Sunday, September 19, 2010

Queen Anne's Lace

The Queen Anne's lace is still in shadow against the morning waters.

14 comments:

Misty Dawn said...

This is a work of art! Great eye for capturing beauty that many others wouldn't even notice.

Pagan Sphinx said...

Yes, I agree with Misty Dawn.

Also wanted to compliment you on the lovely flower macros you posted as guest host of today's flowers.

http://thepaganeye.blogspot.com/2010/09/todays-flowers.html

Roberto M. Alves said...

Your picture looks like a painting. Shadows give a special touch. Congratulations.

Greetings

Carver said...

The queen anne's lace against the shimmery water is lovely. Your shots of the beautiful orange flower's on the home page of Today's Flowers today are great.

Carletta said...

Love the light glowing in the petals of the daylily on your guest friend page!
The Queen Anne's Lace is a lovely silhouette against the pond and its reflection.

Charlene: the Polarblogger said...

You put beauty in these withered weeds by the way you captured them.
My compliments too for your lovely macros in Today's Flowers.

wenn said...

lovely!

Luna Miranda said...

what a dramatic shot! love it!

Ladynred said...

Excellent shot! I love the shadow!

Francisca said...

The Queen Anne's Lace have a special personality that you captured well. Your macros of the orange flowers on Today's Flowers are just lovely too.

lotusleaf said...

Your picture looks very mysterious!

joo said...

Beautiful!

Ann said...

I am not getting any Princes Anne Lace because my gardener cut off the plant. I will have to go to the bush to find some.

srp said...

My brother sent a florist bouquet to my mom for her birthday and it had Queen Anne's lace in it... wild carrot! I love all the arching and the symmetry of these wild blooms.

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