Today's Flowers: Queen Anne's Lace Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email Other Apps By SandyCarlson - June 28, 2009 Today's Flowers Today's Flowers Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email Other Apps Comments Lisa at Greenbow2:37 PMIsn't she gorgeous. This is one of my favorite plants yet I don't have it growing in my garden. There is something wrong with that picture. There is nothing wrong with your picture for sure. Beautiful.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyHilary2:45 PMI love Queen Anne's Lace.. the roots smell like carrots. :)ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyDigital Flower Pictures3:51 PMGreat shot. I find QAL to be hard to photograph. I would love to get a shot this good.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyReader Wil4:59 PMGreat macro photo, Sandy! Thanks for your visit. I wish it were my garden, but it's the French garden of my friends where I stayed for a week.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyCarletta5:17 PMLovely!I like the non-distracting background.Looks like Anne has a little visitor. :)My post is here: Carletta’s Captures.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyHappily Retired Gal6:10 PMBeautiful delicate blossoms ;--)Hugs and blessings,ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyPaul6:20 PMit looks so delicate! thanks for sharing Sandy! excellent use of Macro!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyVALKYRIEN6:33 PMDelicate is the word. I an not sure if I know this flower, I thought it was a wild one at first. It looks like a wild flower growing where I live. Lovely photo, the flower stands out from the calm background.Thanks for sharing - and wish you a great week!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAnnie6:35 PMAh, very lovely! Thanks Sandy! You always have a lovely photo for us!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyUnknown7:34 PMQueen Anne's Lace is one of those flowers I enjoy at all stages!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyi beati7:43 PMWhen we were kids we did artowrk with queen anne's lace?did you ever, making an impressionReplyDeleteRepliesReplyThis Is My Blog - fishing guy8:14 PMSandy: What a nice shot of what I consider a wild flower.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyBradley Hsi8:19 PMGreat close-up, you have manage to catch almost the full flower in the depth-of-field. Well done. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyLuiz Santilli Jr8:20 PMSandy,Wonderful and delicate flower!It is truly a piece of lace!LuizReplyDeleteRepliesReplySquirrelQueen8:39 PMI've always loved Queen Anne's Lace, so delicate and lovely. I have usually seen it as a wild flower but I would love to add it to my garden.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyCarver8:58 PMThat's a beautiful shot of the Queen Anne's Lace. I love it and let it take over in my garden.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyVicky8:58 PMQueen Ann's lace, such an elegant name for a delicate white flower.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyRegina 11:09 PMSo elegant , nice captured.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyTabib11:24 PMBeautiful macro shot of white against the dark green back.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyPietro Brosio11:34 PMWhat a pretty flower! It's a very lovely picture, Sandy.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyJeeves12:36 AMWow...beautiful pictureReplyDeleteRepliesReplyMaria Berg1:27 AMMe too, I did not know that geraniums had so many colors on there leaf until I went to that exhibition. Like you photo, look summery!Some time it is difficult to think of the things we are blessed for only because we have it so good all the time.Me too have been playing basket like your dotter - I want to play again but is to old now./MBReplyDeleteRepliesReplybluedreamer271:28 AMso cute liny flowersthanks for sharing sandyTOP FIVEBREAKING THE BOUNDARIESSONG TO REMEMBERTV MARATHONPOSITIVE THINKERSUPER BLOGReplyDeleteRepliesReplyVixen1:48 AMI see a lot of beautiful flower pictures on here, but seriously that caught me up. Simply fantastically stunning.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyUnknown1:53 AMThat is so amazing!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyTammie Lee1:53 AMyou have truly captured the lace quality of this lovely flower!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAnonymous2:37 AMGreat macro shot. Well-done.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyMike4:24 AMNo idea it was called that...it's so common here, but beautiful :)ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyanthonynorth4:29 AMBeautiful.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplycolleen7:06 AMOne of my childhood favorites. I'm looking for the one black blossom. I think I see it but maybe it's a bug.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyjabblog7:44 AMBeautiful shot. I imagine it attracts many insects.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyLin Floyd10:05 AMlovely photo so delicate...ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyMojo10:07 AMSo that's what that stuff is called. I'd heard the name and seen the flower, but never put the two of them together.'Round here the name "Queen Anne" is usually followed by "Revenge".ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyDeborah Godin10:56 AMWhen I moved back east from the west, this was one of the old friends I was happy to meet again!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyMy Journey11:34 AMHi Sandy, I hope you enjoyed your BYBS :) May you have many blessings this week. The picture of Queen's Anne's Lace is gorgeous! Thanks for sharing.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyUnknown7:30 PMThat's a lovely unique flower. Delicate looking.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyLloyd Irving Bradbury10:17 PMU R CAMERA IS MY iReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAnonymous3:23 AMA very tranquil capture that brings peace to one's mind when viewing :)ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyTipper7:54 AMQueen Anne Lace-does seem to shout summer.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyQuiet Paths11:13 AMOne of my very favorites of the fields. Lovely capture! So delicate.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyMerisi3:46 PMThis is one of my favorite wildflowers! You captured it in such beautiful light.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyEG CameraGirl12:31 PMOne of my favourite wildflowers! Very nice photo!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyPERBS12:34 PMYou captured it beautifully! I got a photo of it recently also -- should find it and post. . .ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAdd commentLoad more... Post a Comment Thanks for being here.