Yes, well, I was considering starting another blog so that I could display all of my favorite photos of Queen Anne's lace. Just kidding - not. I really am thinking of starting a photography blog just so that I can have a place to be part of the Suday Creative and share random photos. I just cant' think of a name.....I know, 101 different ways to view QAL!Mary, they may be of the same subject but it's inspiring to see all of the different ways that you can view it! I think that you're inspired and isn't that where you do your best "work"? =]Well, once again, if any advice springs to mind and you could toss it my way (re: photo blog) I'd love to know it. If anything just comes to mind.....Oh, most importantly - wow! It's just beautiful!Love, Katy
er, btw, I'm not joking - I HAVE taken a million photos of QAL, myself!
It's GOOD to specialize! :) Beautiful images, each of them, Mary. Wishing you a lovely weekend, too. xo – g
I think that would be funny.I was walking down my driveway on Tuesday with a single thought in my mind, which was to capture a photo of QAL, hoping it would turn out as good as yours.Unfortunately, as fate would have it, I fell on the stones and smashed my lens. So I will have to be content to view your QAL. All the time.
What I usually tell my bloggers is "tell me enough already" when you're sick of seeing posts of similar content. So far no one has but then you never know. I love your images of QAL. Carol
I think it's amazing all the different shots you get of the QAL - they are all beautiful and unique - soft and inspiring!
Hee hee . . . I like that title! Just think of the possibilities!All your QAL look great Mary.
Well they do make a beautiful series!
I think it is one of the prettiest and most graceful wildflowers, so why not shoot it? And, you do such a wonderful job of it!
Exquisite!! Love the delicate detail you captured here.
Oh Mary , This is so very beautiful. Love Love the ligh.Have a nice day .You always leave me in aww and wonder.
QAL! You do make me laugh.....There is nothing wrong with specializing...like Georgianna says...This photo is beautiful.My mother used to pull off the road suddenly when I was a child, simply to cut QAL for a lovely table centerpiece. So...every time is see QAL I think of her...fortunately, I still have her to take QAL to...smiles.
Wow, Mary, I love this photo. Queen Anne's Lace is just one of the most enchanting flowers there are. I actually wrote some poetry about them and I made up a children's story for the neighbor children I use to sit about some ladybugs and their Queen Anne's Lace. Love these photos and this is a gorgeous blog.Hope you have a lovely day,Susan
Sooner or later, something else will catch your eye, and then we will be on another lovely ride. In the meantime, I love seeing the beautiful Queen Anne's lace through your eyes - so different from what I see!!
they are just so photogenic...like a beautiful model~ they just long to be photographed.they NEED to be photographed.:)very lovely.again.
known as wild carrot as well. easy to obsess on apparently.
Hi... your pictures are so Beautiful .. It made me go look in my own back yard for some Queen Anne Lace.. I love the way you see it, and make it look so different in each photo.. I am not happy with my pictures yet.. you inspire me... Thank You...Kim
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