Wednesday, August 17, 2005

God's Paint Spill


If you have ever been to this area, the photograph is even more amazing. This was one of the most barren hillsides we have ever seen. This is near the San Andreas Fault line and pretty hot now, maybe truly a shake and bake location. A result of the unusually wet winter in the desert areas of the southwest. An occurrence said to occur about every 20 years or so. Long dormant seeds erupt to color the usually barren landscapes. This almost looks unreal in its beauty! Desert Flowers on the east side of the Carrizo plain, in the Temblor Range (about 50 miles due west of Bakersfield, California).

Someone said it looks like God spilled his paints

This was sent to me email by a friend.....

footnote: Photo taken by Barbara Mathews May 14. 2005
PURPORTED ORIGIN OF 'God's Paint Spill'
http://www.stmattsultreya.com/formation.htm

4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

PURPORTED ORIGIN OF 'God's Paint Spill'
http://www.stmattsultreya.com/formation.htm

1:43 PM  
Anonymous M. Bowers said...

Do you actually know the person that took this picture? Would like to contact. Please advise

8:59 PM  
Blogger Wendell said...

Hello..
The only information I have is already posted... Other than that, I do not know..... Hope this helps!

Thanks for visiting The Strait Gate......

10:37 AM  
Anonymous Linda Maciel Kelley said...

I was borned in Bakersfield,and growing up in Arvin we would take Sunday drives and this was one of my favortie places.
Linda Maciel Kelley

5:38 AM  

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