“Every year the Arizona desert comes to life with spring wild flowers, usually the last and the longest to bloom is the brittlebush,” explains Groeber. “The desert floor turns yellow with a blanket of flowers. Nothing better than a wildflower sunset in the Tonto National Forest.” Nikon D3100. Exposure: 1/5 sec., f/16, ISO 100, 10mm. See more of Gerry Groeber’s photography at www.gerrygroeber.com.
Congratulations to Gerry Groeber for winning the recent Wildflowers and Super Blooms photography assignment with the image, “Brittlebush Bloom.” View the winning image and a selection of submissions in the image gallery below. And check out our current photography assignment here and enter your best shots!