I love rabbitbrush (Ericameria spp.) I am always taking photos of them because I love their late blooming bright yellow flowers. I also love the way they look in late fall and winter when their blooms are fading and they are seeding.
I find them most difficult to photograph in spring and early summer, when all the other wildflowers are going crazy. I try to take at least one good photo of rabbitbrush each month of the year, but as you'll see below, in spring and early summer it's difficult.
The photos below are thumbnails, if you click on one photo it will open up the gallery and from there you can scroll through the photos at a larger size.
Learn more about rabbitbrush here: https://www.basinandrange.org/basin-and-range-blog/rubber-rabbitbrush
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