The spring-blooming across the world has helped the world don shades of hues and its so pleasing to watch. And if you don’t trust us, then you must check out this story about spring flowers blooming across the world.
In something similar, the USA also has been overwhelmed with super bright orange poppy bloom in Antelope’s Valley California Poppy Reserve. And it is so bright that it is visible from Space.
NASA shared the images on its Earth Observatory website and said that these images were taken on April 14 by the Operational Land Imager (OLI).
“While the orange poppies are easy to spot in satellite imagery, the fields also contain cream cups, forget-me-nots, purple bush lupines, and yellow goldfields (a relative of the sunflower),” NASA said on the website.
It further goes on to add that depending on the day or even hour, the orange patches may change in appearance.
Energizing imagery! Love it.— cjlortie (@cjlortie) May 1, 2020
Wow!!!! Wish I could be there!!!— Annette Becker (@annette_jlu) May 1, 2020
Zoomed in pic.twitter.com/IzeFd0oXLk— Danoreo19 (@danoreo19) April 29, 2020