– A Dance of Colors
Nature has provided a bounty of wildflowers from the burn scar areas of the devastating Woolsey fire. Stunning shades of purple flowers stretched out into the distance on the Cistern trail.
Only a heavenly gardener could have arranged such a lovely arrangement of lilies and lupines.
Amazing plate size Matilija poppies graced the trail trailhead as my friends and I started out on our Cistern to Lookout Trail hike..
Bold magenta wildflowers and interesting rock formations added a degree of magic to an area that was only a few months ago black sticks and ash.
At the junction of Cistern and Lookout trail, vibrant poppies pointed to evidence of a tree charred by the Woolsey fire.
The fields in Agoura Hills were dazzling with color from early March and well into May.
Lookout Trail leads into Malibu Creek State Park, in the distance. It’s nice that this trail provides some shady areas.
Incredible hot pink color. The center looks like a flower within a flower.
Pastel wild lilies adorned the trails in local Westlake Village and Agoura Hills trails from April into May.
In the midst of the wild lilies and mustard with my furry friends. The hills of Malibu are in the distance.
A stunning perspective of Malibu Creek from above.
My first time seeing these dainty button shaped flowers.
April’s fields of lupin blossoms, gave birth to thousands of painted lady butterflies in May.
“Behold, I make all things new.” – Revelation 21:5
My wish for you is that you will be refreshed by nature as I have been. May God bring you into deeper levels of inner renewal. If you are going through difficult circumstances or have experienced loss, I pray the promise of spring’s restoration of the barren, fire scorched hills, will bring you hope,
“To all who mourn in Israel, he will give a crown of beauty for ashes, a joyous blessing instead of mourning, festive praise instead of despair. In their righteousness, they will be like great oaks that the Lord has planted for his own glory.” – Isaiah 61:3 NLT
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