I tool this photo just outside Olympic National Park in the Staircase District ~ Lynn
This well-known plant also known as Scot’s Broom is an invasive flowering shrub that grows commonly throughout the Puget Sound region. Originally introduced from Europe as an ornamental and for erosion control, it is highly aggressive and forms dense, monotypic stands, which reduce wildlife habitat and hinder revegetation of upland sites and wetland buffers. Scotch broom is a Class B Noxious Weed in Washington State. Control is recommended in King County, but not required except for along I-90 east of mile post 34 and on Highway 2 where it dips down into King County before crossing Stevens Pass, in order to reduce its spread to neighboring Kittitas and Chelan Counties.
My camera is a Digital Nikon D90
Lens ~ Nikon DX 18-55mm