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Desert sunflowers bloom at Amboy Crater National Natural Landmark, a 250-foot-high cinder-cone crater in the Mojave Desert. The area is managed by the Bureau of Land Management and sits between the California towns of Barstow and Needles. (David McNew / Getty Images)