Photos: California Bursts With Spring Colors

California's bright colors are in full bloom. Check out some of the amazing shots of the season, from the Antelope Valley poppy fields to Griffith Park and other stunning landscapes. Send your photos to isee@nbcla.com.

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Bob Wick, Bureau of Land Management California
California's Central Valley is getting in on the wildflower superbloom party. The hillsides of the Carrizo Plain National Monument in southeastern San Luis Obispo County are pictured here.
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Holly Fazio
The Antelope Valley Poppy Reserve is still going off. This photo was taken during Easter weekend.
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Monali Khandagle
The hills in Lancaster, March 19, 2017.
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Bob Wick, Bureau of Land Management California
Wildflowers have painted the hillsides of Carrizo Plain National Monument in San Luis Obispo County with yellow, purple, green and orange. The hillsides have comes alive in early April after California's wettest winter in years.
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Marianne Mantz
Marianne Mantz sent this photo to NBC4 after a visit to Diamond Valley Lake in the Hemet area.
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Bob Wick, Bureau of Land Management California
Visitors explore a field of bright yellow wildflowers in the Carrizo Plain National Monument in southeastern San Luis Obispo County. The site is about 100 miles northwest of Los Angeles.
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Bob Wick, Bureau of Land Management California
Like something out of a painting, the hillsides of the Carrizo Plain National Monument is bursting with color. The Plain is a grasslands area in southeastern San Luis Obispo County.
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In this March 19, 2017, photo, visitors walk among the poppy bloom at Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve in Lancaster, Calif. Rain-fed wildflowers have been sprouting from California's desert sands after lying dormant for years - producing a spectacular display that has been drawing record crowds and traffic jams to desert towns. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel)
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In this March 19, 2017, photo, visitors walk among the poppy bloom at Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve in Lancaster, Calif. Rain-fed wildflowers have been sprouting from California's desert sands after lying dormant for years - producing a spectacular display that has been drawing record crowds and traffic jams to desert towns. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel)
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In this March 27, 2017, photo, Camille Perkins, left, of Dana Point, Calif., takes a picture of her mother, Cynthia Perkins jumping among blooming desert shrubs in Borrego Springs, Calif. Rain-fed wildflowers have been sprouting from California's desert sands after lying dormant for years - producing a spectacular display that has been drawing record crowds and traffic jams in area desert towns. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)
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In this March 27, 2017, photo, retired California state park ranger Jim Long, of San Clemente, Calif., takes pictures among blooming desert shrubs in Borrego Springs, Calif. Rain-fed wildflowers have been sprouting from California's desert sands after lying dormant for years - producing a spectacular display that has been drawing record crowds and traffic jams in area desert towns. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)
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In this March 27, 2017, photo, a visitor poses for a picture among wildflowers blooming in Borrego Springs, Calif. Rain-fed wildflowers have been sprouting from California's desert sands after lying dormant for years - producing a spectacular display that has been drawing record crowds and traffic jams in area desert towns. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)
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In this March 19, 2017, photo, visitors and traffic converge at Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve in Lancaster, Calif. Rain-fed wildflowers have been sprouting from California's desert sands after lying dormant for years _ producing a spectacular display that has been drawing record crowds and traffic jams to desert towns. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel)
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In this March 27, 2017, photo, a visitor takes a selfie among wildflowers in Borrego Springs, Calif. Rain-fed wildflowers have been sprouting from California's desert sands after lying dormant for years - producing a spectacular display that has been drawing record crowds and traffic jams in area desert towns. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)
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A hiker passes flowers after prolonged record drought gave way to heavy winter rains, causing one of the biggest wildflower blooms in years on March 16, 2017 at Diamond Valley Lake, near Hemet, California.
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Snowy mountains are seen behind flower-covered hills after prolonged record drought gave way to heavy winter rains, causing one of the biggest wildflower blooms in years on March 16, 2017 at Diamond Valley Lake, near Hemet, California.
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People photograph California poppies after prolonged record drought gave way to heavy winter rains, causing one of the biggest wildflower blooms in years on March 16, 2017 at Diamond Valley Lake, near Hemet, California. The winter storms brought relief to most of the region suffering years of worsening record drought conditions though aquifers remain very low and would require many more years of heavier than average rainfall to recharge water tables to pre-drought levels. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)
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A fisherman passes arroyo lupines on a early morning after prolonged record drought gave way to heavy winter rains, causing one of the biggest wildflower blooms in years on March 16, 2017 at Diamond Valley Lake, near Hemet, California.
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Chias and California poppies, which will remain closed until warmed by direct sunlight, bloom after prolonged record drought gave way to heavy winter rains, causing one of the biggest wildflower blooms in years on March 16, 2017 at Diamond Valley Lake, near Hemet, California. The winter storms brought relief to most of the region suffering years of worsening record drought conditions though aquifers remain very low and would require many more years of heavier than average rainfall to recharge water tables to pre-drought levels. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)
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California poppies bloom after prolonged record drought gave way to heavy winter rains, causing one of the biggest wildflower blooms in years on March 16, 2017 at Diamond Valley Lake, near Hemet, California. The winter storms brought relief to most of the region suffering years of worsening record drought conditions though aquifers remain very low and would require many more years of heavier than average rainfall to recharge water tables to pre-drought levels. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)
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John Cunningham
John Cunningham snapped this bright striking shot in downtown Los Angeles.
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A jogger passes between fields of flowers after prolonged record drought gave way to heavy winter rains, causing one of the biggest wildflower blooms in years on March 16, 2017 at Diamond Valley Lake, near Hemet, California. The winter storms brought relief to most of the region suffering years of worsening record drought conditions though aquifers remain very low and would require many more years of heavier than average rainfall to recharge water tables to pre-drought levels. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)
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Jonathan Lloyd
Flowers along the Los Angeles River Monday March 21, 2017 near Colfax Avenue in Studio City.
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Cole Sanada
Cole Sanada sent us this sunset photo from Moreno Valley.
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Susan Manley
The hills are alive with poppies and other wildflowers at Diamond Valley Lake, near Hemet, on Thursday, March 9, 2017.
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Canterbury bells bloom after prolonged record drought gave way to heavy winter rains, causing one of the biggest wildflower blooms in years on March 16, 2017 at Diamond Valley Lake, near Hemet, California. The winter storms brought relief to most of the region suffering years of worsening record drought conditions though aquifers remain very low and would require many more years of heavier than average rainfall to recharge water tables to pre-drought levels. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)
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Chias bloom after prolonged record drought gave way to heavy winter rains, causing one of the biggest wildflower blooms in years on March 16, 2017 at Diamond Valley Lake, near Hemet, California. The winter storms brought relief to most of the region suffering years of worsening record drought conditions though aquifers remain very low and would require many more years of heavier than average rainfall to recharge water tables to pre-drought levels. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)
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California poppies (R) and Canterbury bells bloom after prolonged record drought gave way to heavy winter rains, causing one of the biggest wildflower blooms in years on March 16, 2017 at Diamond Valley Lake, near Hemet, California. The winter storms brought relief to most of the region suffering years of worsening record drought conditions though aquifers remain very low and would require many more years of heavier than average rainfall to recharge water tables to pre-drought levels. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)
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Bob Loros
Photo of wildflowers t Anza-Borrego State Park, where bright colors are set on blast.
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Richard Brown
Flowers at Borrego Springs in San Diego County are bursting with color after a wet winter.
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Richard Brown
Flowers for as far as the eye can see in Borrego Springs.
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Jonathan Lloyd
A view of downtown Los Angeles behind a vibrant green hillside in Griffith Park near Cahuenga Peak.
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Jean Pichler
Lupinus polyphyllus, or purple lupine, adds a splash of color to White Point Nature Preserve near San Pedro.
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Jean Pichler
Blue skies above, a lush green landscape below at White Point Nature Preserve.
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@1jpeat on Instagram
A very good girl in a very good photo in Wildomar, California.
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Bianca Gonzalez
Bianca Gonzalez found these bougainvillea flowers on the way to La Quinta.
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Craig Mackenhausen
Walker Canyon in all its March glory.
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@therepublicofcalifornia on Instagram
"'Tecolote Giant Ranunculus' flower field in Carlsbad has 13 colors of ranunculus," this Instagram user said of this photo of the Carlasbad Flower Fields.
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Brad B
A spectacular March sunrise in Hemet.
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Erwin Gee
A perfect winter sunset on a summer-like March day in Southern California.
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Bill Box
Bill Box caught this incredible shot of a late-winter moon behind Los Angeles' Griffith Observatory Sunday March 12, 2017.
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Monica Fayme
The poppies are popping in SoCal.
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@1jpeat on Instagram
"I can't get enough of these beautiful wildflowers!" Apparently, no one can. This shot was taken in Canyon Lake.
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@damianjpc on Instagram
The poppies were gold and purple at Chino Hills State Park.
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The view of the golden wildflowers the morning of Thursday, March 16, 2017, in Anza-Borrego Desert State Park.
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Jonathan Lloyd
A bright green hillside in Griffith Park, which has come alive after winter's rainfall in 2017.
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