Ocotillos (Fouquieria splendens) are a flower that are common in Mexico, Southern Arizona, New Mexico and Texas. For most of the year, ocotillos resemble dad, spiny sticks jabbing into the ground. However, when they bloom in late April to early June they look like flaming torches. The cliffs in this video are named after those flowers, it’s easy to see why when you watch this FPV Pilot to Watch video by jaisor. He’s taking in the cliffs at sunset, lighting them up like flames.