Queen Anne's lace was introduced from Europe as a medicinal plant. The vegetable carrot was bred from this plant.
Linking to Mary’s Mosaic Monday.
Simply beautiful and your photography is great as always.
Beautiful photography! I love all the different looks.Donna
So pretty- and I didn't know that about carrots!xoxo Pattie
Pat, Queen Ann's lace has always been a favorite of mine and considered a weed when I was child because it grew everywhere. It has such a feminine, delicate appearance. Your photographs often demonstrate how I look at an object. It makes me smile that someone else sees things the same way I do. Your Friend, Deborah
The arrangement, the color, the composition, the light - you always get it just right! Really, since I started following you, the difference in your photography is terrific. You went from great photos to outstanding amazing WOW photos!
These photos are breathtaking~ you are an artist behind the lense :-)
One of my favorites ... it mixes nicely with the hydrangea, too.
I love Queen Anne's Lace! Love your photos and the mosaic you made with them.
I love Queen Anne's lace and I too grew up with it considered a weed or wild flower growing along side the road. We would pick it to make our little bouquets for our tea party tables as a child. Beautiful pictures as always. Carolyn
Pat, the Queen Ann's Lace is just beautiful paired with the Hydrangea!Love the Mosaic as well!
Pat..just beautiful!!love your style..easy breezy..soft..warm sandy hugs..Loui♥
So pretty. Your photographs as always are beautiful!
Hi Miss Pat! I thought of you while taking that SL home tour...really. I was wishing I had just a tad of your awesome photo skills....Have a great weekend!
Oh wow, your photographs are just gorgeous. So beautiful. Hugs, Marty
Gorgeous photos, Pat! I've always had a fondness for Queen Anne's Lace. It reminds me of my childhood in Michigan where it grew profusely.xoClaudia
I have always loved queen annes lace. Your photos are beautiful.
Such a soft and pretty mosaic! Queen Anne's lace is so delicate looking, but it must be quite sturdy to stand up to the conditions where it often grows.
What a pretty bouquet! I did not know that about the carrot.Thanks for stopping by. I was thankful the fall did not mess my back up again.
B.J. Beautiful as always. Like something out of a dream. I do so love Queen Anne's Lace. Info about carrots new to me too. Great post.QMM
Beautiful photos Pat, two of my favorites!!Thanks for stopping by to view my African safari photos. It was such a fabulous trip.....hope to return some year soon!Off to New England and Canada soon - hopefully it will be a lot cooler than here where we're having such awful heat!Hugs - Mary
Beautiful flowers and beautiful photos, Pat! Let me know if you ever visit Natchez!..Chrstine
Oh Pat, how gorgeous this post is. I love Queen Anne's Lace, but I think you could make a weed look beautiful with your photography. laurie
Pat~ I am soooo jealous of your beautiful photos. I have always loved Queens Ann's Lace. Makes me want to buy a new camera or take a photography class! ~C~
What beautiful pictures! Who knew Queen Anne's Lace could be so beautiful?
Hi Pat - Beautiful composition. I love the Queen Anne's lace with the pink hydrangea. Soft & summery! Didn't know the carrot fact. I was glad to learn something. :)
Pat, this photography is stunning!
Oh, dear Pat. I am speechless. These are outstanding. And, you are amazing.
Beautiful pictures of the Queen Anne's Lace. It is such a graceful and feminine flower (weed). I always wish that they would last longer in a bouquet.
Pat! These mosaics of yours and your photos are exceptional!! Just beautiful.
I absolutely LOVE Queen Anne's lace and you make it look soooo good!
Lovely mosaics! Your photos are works of art! Happy Monday!
Really pretty! I love Queen Anne's Lace!
Just gorgeous! I have some carrots going to seed ... looks familiar! :D :D
Oh, my goodness....what fabulous mosaics!!!Your photography is outstanding.
Simply stunning! Your photo's are beautiful! Love the lace especially!
A beautiful arrangement of flowers.
Wow, your photos are amazing! So beautiful. The Queen Anne's lace and the pink hydrangeas is just gorgeous. I loved your mosaics and photos!
Oh Pat, how absolutely beautiful! It's always a pleasure to come and see your wonderful photography!
Queen Anne's lace and hydrangea, what a perfect combination! Your flower arrangement is so pretty! Love your mosaic!Mosaic Monday
Queen Anne Lace looks so beautiful as part of a bouquet of flowers. I did not know carrots were related to it! Lovely mosaics as always, Pat
So pretty! Love them all!My Mosaic
What delightful colors and composition!
I love the delicacy of Queen Anne's lace. It's always a delight to find it growing wild.
Well, lordy, Pat...this is one of the prettiest mosaics I've seen. Just stunning!!
Very beautiful photos. I am going to venture to say that I prefer the photos without the hydrangea. There is something so ethereal about the Queen Anne's Lace alone.
The Queen Anne's Lace and hydrangea make such a pretty pair! Beautiful photos.
wow! beautiful photos! captured the beauty of the flowers.. gosh sooo amazingly beautiful!
Really beautiful mosaic...hope u get a chance to visit My Dream Canvas too!!
Pat, Just exquisite. Your photography should be in books.Carol
Very beautiful! I feel so uplifted just looking at your photos! ♥
I think I have just experienced an Art Show. How amazing your staging and photography!!!!! Love it!Becky K.Hospitality Lane
Beautiful photographs of some pretty lovely flowers.Happy Mosaic Monday.Karen
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Gorgeous - Queen Anne's Lace is such a pretty addition to a summer bouquet.
So sorry to be so late getting here. Summertime is so busy for us and my computer time suffers a little bit...Beautiful photos...I am wanting a new, better camera soooo much. I never knew how much I loved taking pictures until I started blogging. Thanks for sharing these lovely photos...Happy 4th !!
new to blogging and LOVE your queen annes lace photos - love that wildflower also - so floaty and delicate!! peace love and artsheri
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