Whatever else you do today, take a few minutes and drive to Morris Reserve (3151 Lower Bellbrook Road). And bring your camera, because this prairie is experiencing a super bloom.
Super blooms occur when multiple species of wildflowers bloom at the same time. I have spent a lot of time in area parks, but I’ve never seen a super bloom before. Kendra Schide, the park’s naturalist, told Dayton.com that she’s never seen one either. She said a super bloom like this might only occur once in the life of a prairie.
When I visited Morris Reserve yesterday, several other photographers were taking photos. All told me the same thing. Our photos could not convey how wonderful it was to be surrounded by all these blooming flowers. So don’t just look at this photo. Go to Morris Reserve and experience this for yourself