Thursday, August 20, 2009

underneath queen anne's lace !!








Queen Anne's Lace shot from underneath. Enjoy this little white bouquet posted with my gratitude for your visits and kind comments.

16 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos. I love Queen Anne's Lace. And I love the name of the plant too.

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  2. I concur with Jazz.....

    Bless you....

    Peace,
    S

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  3. LOL Bonnie...nope just what I was hoping for. Stunning shots hon!!! Love the lighting and the detail is amazing!!! Hugs, Sarah

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  4. Absolutely delightful! Such great shots of such beautiful flowers and I, too, love the name.

    Enjoy your weekend!

    Sylvia

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  5. Oh Bonnie that is beautiful.

    xoxo

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  6. Of course that is one of the things art does, show us the world from a unique perspective. Make us stop and take notice.

    Queen Anne's Lace is just as beautiful seen from underneath.

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  7. Floral delicacy - great shots, Bonnie. I enjoy your visits as well!

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  8. Sorry, I am going to spoil your fun: Queen Anne's Lace other name is COW PARSLEY; Also, it has been over for months here, it is a spring visitor here, It turns the hedgerows into foamy green and white filigree.

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  9. what a breathtaking view ~ thank you for capturing this lacey love from such a new perspective ... we should all look at many aspects of our lives from new perspectives ~ look at what beauty we could discover!
    hope you are feeling better each day,
    prairiegirl

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  10. hi bonnie - queen anne's lace - one of my fave wildflowers. thanks. steven

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  11. I love taking photos of plants from an ant's eye view. The translucence of the leaves is so much more interesting because it reveals the intimate structure of the plant more plainly. Thanks for sharing!

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  12. Beautiful! Love Queen Anne's lace. Hardly see it out in California unless you buy it at a nursery. Thanks!

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  13. I love Queen Anne's Lace. It's so delicate. i saw a beautiful cuff on Etsy with the blooms stitched on it. Now, I am wishing I knew how to make it! I love the photo.

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  14. Always one of my favourite flowers...I remember picking this by the side of the road when staying at my mother's cousin's cottage. I might be considered a "weed" but I still think of it as a delicate flower!

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