Poppy Apocalypse

About 150 thousand people gathered to see this year burning spots of poppies on the hillsides near lake Elsinore, California.

The people were so many that the Park authorities have closed access to the covered with poppies Walker Canyon. Live in the city of 60 thousand people, but in the weekend I arrived here tourists three times more than all the urban population.

Like blooming poppies — rare, which usually happens about once a decade, because they need wet winters and warm temperatures above zero. “It was absolute madness,” said mayor Steve Manos, who called the event “the poppy Apocalypse.”
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