The Badlands of the American West are typically a harsh, dry place with little to no vegetation. But when any amount of water finally arrives, the landscape changes remarkably.
In his latest book, More Than a Rock, photographer Guy Tal captures the rare blooms of wildflowers that arrive after a rare storm.
Light of my life
Achill Island, Co. Mayo, Ireland by Katy Kildee
original image by severrir thorolfsson