Thursday, June 2, 2011

Thoughtless Thursday











27 comments:

  1. I give up what is it? Maybe something caught in that neat lookin creek you went fishin at. My kinda place that.... :)

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  2. Troutbirder - This is some Queen Anne's Lace that grows around our farm.

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  3. I just love Queens Anne's Lace.

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  4. It's always been my favorite weed-flower. Lovely!

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  5. I was going to say not even the most expensive kind of lace can hold a candle to that and then I saw the name...!

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  6. Neat plant...looks just like it's name.

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  7. i was going to guess queen anne's... :)

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  8. That's a lovely closeup, I can see where it gets its name.

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  9. Life is funny. We used to run through fields of this weed, and now it is used by flower shops. How many people noticed the single tiny red flower right in the center? The butterflies and bees love these things! So do the spittle bugs! I tried growing some from of these from seed but they didn't germinate.

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  10. Gosh, I haven't seen Queen Anne's Lace since I lived in Michigan. Brings back lots of summer childhood memories of running through fields filled with it.

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  11. Nice shots! I always loved queen anne's lace. If only I could sew them onto my curtains and such.

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  12. So lovely! I love how it looks in the second photo a lot!

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  13. Brace yourself......I knew what it was and I'm horticulturaly challenged!

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  14. I think I shoot something like this yesterday, it was in a wild green area inside the port. Not sure if it is exactly the same plant though...

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  15. Natures Lace!
    Beautiful!!!!

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  16. LOVE Queen Anne's Lace! Ours isn't out yet, but you can be sure I will have pictures of it on my blog once I them blooming.

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  17. Love Queen Anne's Lace...
    My grandmother would give me a vase and let me decide what food coloring to use in the water..the Queen Anne's picks up the colors :)

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  18. Queen Anne's Lace is very plentiful around here. I've always liked it. Nice photos.

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  19. I didn't know what is was either. Very lovely.

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  20. I adore Queen Ann's Lace. I used to pick the blooms when I was a girl, then turn them upside down and pretend they were ladies in ball gowns.

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  21. That is really pretty...it does look a lot like lace.

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  22. Love the pictures! I'm new to blogger, if you can check out my blog :)

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