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Thursday, September 25, 2014

Queen Anne's Lace

One of the wild flowers I enjoy seeing in the summer is Queen Anne's Lace.  It's nearly done, but I found a few stragglers in the ditch down the road from me and thought I would share.










Pretty from start to finish!

13 comments:

Blackberry Lane said...

Your photos remind me of crocheted snowflake Christmas ornaments.

Sola Scriptura said...

Very pretty! It seems so delicate and beautiful. I hope you have a wonderful weekend!

HOOTIN ANNI said...

It's been ages since I've seen these....and your photos are very pretty. You're right, gorgeous from the start to the end.

Linda E said...

Very pretty...so delicate.

Brooke said...

very cool - and it was definitely ready for its close up!

Jenny said...

Ah! Perfectly miraculous. You're enjoying that new camera, aren't you? I know the feeling. xoxo

White Lace and Promises said...

I do love this flower. Sad I don't know flowers but I've seen this one and loved it because it is white. If I had a green thumb, I would grow a garden of white. I had a vendor/friend who had the White Rabbit and her little white cottage was surrounded by all kinds of white blooms. The whole yard looked like a covering of snow from the road.

Amy at love made my home said...

Wow, ours was finished so long ago now, I am amazed that you still found some in bloom. It is lovely though isn't it. I like it when there are old flower stems that get frost on them, they look all sparkly and pretty then. xx

Betsy Brock said...

Oh, those photos are amazing! I've never seen one with pink on it like that first shot! So pretty....

Simply Linda said...

Oh how pretty!! Thanks for sharing. Blessings

Sally Crowe said...

So very beautiful, Mari! I don't believe I've seen this before.

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Have a blessed day. :)

Sandra said...

Just gorgeous. I am always amazed at God's creations :)

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