Saturday, February 6, 2010

Queen Anne's Lace/ Macro Monday


This weed fascinates me throughout the seasons

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22 comments:

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Even if it's a dead Queen Anne's Lace, EG, it is still pretty, isn't it???? Love seeing the little pile of snow on top!!! Great macro.

Hugs,
Betsy

kaye said...

I've never seen queen anne's lace, I'd like to see it when it's blooming.

Jan said...

I find it fascinating, too. Your photo is wonderful.

Ann said...

Do I see a dollop of snow on top of it?

I have a clump of this plant on my drive way, and have yet to take a good photo.

Rose said...

Excellent!

Small City Scenes said...

Again an excellent shot. Among other things you are very good at macro. MB

nursemyra said...

So pretty

cieldequimper said...

Pretty, delicate.

Jacob said...

I like the snow hat...it is quite appropriate for a queen! I think they call those pillbox hats.

Have a great week. And I shall never believe a gull again!

Coy said...

I agree, Queen Anne's Lace is beautiful in all seasons, even prettier with snow than when blooming.

amatamari© said...

:-)
Wonderful shot!

Paulie said...

Beautiful capture with the blue sky! I love the layer of snow on it.

kalamarie123 said...

They are so beautiful, either blooming or dried.

Colleen said...

I love the little cap of snow! Great photo!

see you there! said...

Stunning!

Darla

Manang Kim said...

Awesome! It looks like the plant has a hat! ^_^

Macro-Dama de noche

Carolyn Ford said...

How beautiful in any form...and, it's wearing a little snow cap!

awarewriter said...

Looks like a marshmallow or pillow on the Queen Anne's lace. Nice take of a fascinating "weed."

Jay said...

Beautifully done! I love the snow 'cap' she's wearing!

Tammie Lee said...

beautiful!

KaHolly said...

I admire the Queen Anne's lace in the wint3r, as well. Several plants together in a cluster against a fresh cover of snow is somehow stark yet bold.

AB said...

Great macro. I love the snow topping

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