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Burned joshua tree near Butcher Knife Canyon, Mojave National Preserve I scramble over a few rocks on the way to Butcher Knife CanyonThumbnailsFor some reason, this meadow near Butcher Knife Canyon is resplendent with small white flowersI scramble over a few rocks on the way to Butcher Knife CanyonThumbnailsFor some reason, this meadow near Butcher Knife Canyon is resplendent with small white flowersI scramble over a few rocks on the way to Butcher Knife CanyonThumbnailsFor some reason, this meadow near Butcher Knife Canyon is resplendent with small white flowersI scramble over a few rocks on the way to Butcher Knife CanyonThumbnailsFor some reason, this meadow near Butcher Knife Canyon is resplendent with small white flowersI scramble over a few rocks on the way to Butcher Knife CanyonThumbnailsFor some reason, this meadow near Butcher Knife Canyon is resplendent with small white flowers

This dead joshua tree has more reach than most. The burned trees in this area suggest that the Mojave National Preserve "Hackberry Complex" lightning fires of 2005 reached this area.