Queen Anne's Lace

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    Magnolia15
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    If ever there was a flower more deserving of a closer look, it’s the Queen Anne’s Lace. It boggles my mind to think of the engineering nature pulled off to make this happen. Why put just one or two flowers on a plant, let’s shoot for the moon and give it a million!

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    flowerpowerz5
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    Very nice I love queens Ann lace. I like looking for differnet colored middles.


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    SunshineNY6
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    Nice capture. It looks like snowflake. It’s very pretty, don’t get me wrong but, the last thing I want to be reminded of today is snow. I’m hoping for Spring on Thursday.


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    luvmyb_b
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    Love both of these photos!  I don’t believe I could pic one as a favorite as both are splendid all on their own.


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    Karen
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    Stelios
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    What a beautiful photo!  Such a nice contrast between the black and white.

    Here Queen Anne’s Lace grows wild…..everywhere.  I guess with all those flowers, there are millions of seeds.


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