"Mountains, badlands and spiny things." Joshua Tree National Park by smoox

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In a unique transitional area, where the lower Colorado desert meets the high Mojave northeast of Palm Springs, Joshua Tree National Park protects a vast area of grotesquely gnarled and ragged trees as well as a highly sensitive cactus population.
All around lie great heaps of boulders, their edges rounded and smoothed by flash floods and winds.

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  • Last visit to Joshua Tree National Park: Apr 2003
  • Intro Updated Feb 2, 2006
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