I know I’m a little overdue on Superbloom related topic in LA but I need to share this beautiful photo set! This gorgeous regional park hidden in San Dimas had the most lush mustard flower fields with such a beautiful lake as backdrop. Frank G. Bonelli Regional Park was such a perfect getaway to reach the superbloom that comes to Los Angeles once a year.
This year LA experienced a pretty wet winter that had a lot of people buzzing about the superbloom. For me, it was important to find not only a great flower field, but also a landscape that no other superbloom searcher can find. San Dimas’ Frank G. Bonelli Park was one of my top contenders as I researched for some fields as it had a lake. To be honest, until I got there I wasn’t exactly sure what I was expecting. I was just hoping I can find decent field next to the lake, and I would have been happy.
Oh I was SO wrong – in a good way! I got there a bit early to scout, and after finding a decent patch on a hill I decided we should hike up that little hill. Seriously, I cannot just stop raving about how absolutely gorgeous that location was. Beautiful sky with puffy clouds, gorgeous big blue lake, and just a ton of yellow mustard flowers everywhere! The little walk was absolutely worth it.
Now enough with the talking, but more photos! Enjoy the gallery!
Location: Frank G. Bonelli Regional Park
Also! Christina and Andy brought their best man and maid of honor who were such a blast to hang out with. They also got a mini session that they said will be showing as they do their speeches. Such a cute idea 🙂
Also bonus – my husband ended up coming this day as we were testing a film camera. These two were MVP bag holders for the ladies. Thank you 😛