Have you always been curious on where to find the distinctive Joshua tree? We’ll tell you where.

Scientifically known as the Yucca brevifolia, the Joshua tree is a native plant in the southwestern part of North America, particularly in Nevada, California, Utah and Arizona. They are found in great quantity in the Mojave Desert, and they’re known to survive in the vast grasslands found in Joshua Tree National Park’s Lost Horse and Queen Valleys.


See more of the distinctive Joshua tree in this test shot recorded by Brad Mirman, who describes his experience as:
 

It was a painfully bright day (thank God for my ND filters). It was pretty windy at times which did me no favors, but it is an incredibly beautiful place to film.
 

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