California’s historic wet winter brings more than astonishing records and a breath of relief from a persistent drought. The particularly wet weather caused an influx of wildflowers, called a ‘Super Bloom,’ all over California. In an attempt to explore the abundance of orange, yellow, blue, and purple hues, I traveled west to Point Lobos State Natural Reserve and east to Sunol Regional Wilderness.[slideshow_deploy id=’63901′]
Hi, my name is Evelyn Calhoon and this is my first year writing for the M-A Chronicle. I am really looking forward to a year of finding unique stories, and meeting interesting people. As well as writing, I enjoy photography and hope to take pictures for The Chronicle too! I love to spend my free time playing sports like soccer and wrestling, as well as exploring the outdoors by hiking, biking, and photographing nature. I can't wait to contribute to the school this year in journalism!
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