I love them too.
I have been fascinated by Queen Anne's Lace my whole life. Did you know that the root was once used as a vegetable? It had a taste similar to carrot. I am not recommending it though.
Exquisite detail. Love how you've framed this.
Never stop with the QALace. I love how they grow in roadside ditches adding such beauty. I am with you....fascinated. We do not have them in Sandy Eggo but I have let parsley and carrots go to seed and enjoyed the family of QAL. Love your daily photos. Thank you.
Mary, you don't need to stop with the Queen Anne's lace on my account! I am sharing your fascination, and enjoying your photos! You have been finding such unique angles for your photos!!!
So gorgeous. Your photo invites me to step into it and see the beauty of the individual flowers. Like walking through the looking glass with Alice.
Beautiful shots - I love it too, at least until the seed stage, when it gets stuck in our dog's fur :(
But they are so beautiful...
gorgeous love - it's never too much to love something this well.
Don't apologize for the queen. Ever.I am still fascinated.
love me some queen anne's lace. this is a beautiful composition.
queen anne lace, my fave, that photo, extraordinary!
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