Atacama Desert in Bloom

 

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 Every five to eight years rain falls in the driest desert on earth, the Atacama. A few weeks later life explodes and the desert is covered in flowers of all colors. Two months later the blooming desert comes to an end and you have to wait years to see it again. More photos of Chile at atacamaphoto.com