Here's the companion piece to that image of a huisache bud I posted a couple of days ago. It's strange, because most of the year huisache seem pretty much the same as mesquite in the Texas countryside, but come spring--BOOM!--they burst out in these incredible displays of yellow-orange flowers. And the flowers themselves are bizarrely intricate puff ball-looking things. I even found a wine recipe online that uses huisache flowers as a main ingredient. Imagine that.
Camera: Canon 7D Lens: Canon EF 100mm 2.8 macro
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