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California may have some great views (the state’s entire eastern border is beaches), but one they’re not used to is hill after hill of blooming wildflowers. See, Cali is notoriously dry — that’s why there are so many wildfires there — so it’s not often that the landscape gets enough water to reach its full flora potential. This year, however, the state had a record amount of winter rainfall and it’s resulted in an unprecedented boom of flowers, dubbed the “super bloom.”

In Canada, we’re totally spoiled when it comes to breathtaking nature, but for Californians, this is a big deal. So big a deal, in fact, that conservationists and Californian officials are concerned the thousands of people flocking to the flowering hills to get that perfect Instagram shot may actually ruin those fields.

Out of respect for California wildlife (and our bank accounts), we’re going to stay right here and just look at the incredible photos of the super bloom from afar. Care to join us?