Thoughtful Thursday


Ran across this delicate specimen here on the farmette.  Although it made me think of Queen Anne's Lace, I am not really so sure.  

"Little deeds are like little seeds, they grow to flowers or to weeds." 

Daniel D. Palmer 


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  1. Very pretty- I've seen it before but don't know what it is. Interesting quote from Mr. Palmer.

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  2. Whatever the little flower is, it's very pretty. I like delicate flowers.

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  3. beautiful! I love shots like this x

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  4. Lovely. I think the soft neutral colors really make that photo!

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  5. That's exactly what I thought at first...Queen Anne's Lace....mixed with a hydrangea bloom!

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  6. Beautiful and delicate -- let us know if you ever find out -- barbara

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  7. almost reminds me of hydrangea w/ those 'blooms'

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  8. I don't think it's QAL....what I DO know is .... It's GORGEOUS!

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  9. Yes, reminiscent of Queen Anne's Lace but different. Love those delicate white petals.

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  10. Pretty photo! It does look like Queen Anne's Lace!

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  11. It's a beautiful photo of a dried lacecap hydrangea. Just gorgeous.

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  12. Its so delicately beautiful. And I love the quote:)

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  13. This says, here is what is in store for you this year as I produced this last year and the year before that and the years before that. Spring is near, more so for some than others in the blogshere of life but it will show up and these tiny flowers will be blooming all over again, very soon. Very nice picture. Worth framing

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  14. That's a beautiful shot--and a detail a lot of people would overlook.

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  15. Yes, a Laced Cap Hydrangea...I can't wait for spring to see mine in bloom!

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  16. Thank you for the inspiration very much. Please have you all a good Friday.

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  17. Hello there! I am visiting from Rurality Blog Hop which I just signed up for this week. Your shot caught my eye, so here I am.

    Lovely photo. I too like to capture flowers, and well, all of nature actually. I'll be back! My blog is not associated with any of the blogger formats so I don't really "follow" anyone but I am bookmarking you. ;)

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  18. Thank you for joining in 'Rurality Blog Hop #4' Hope to see you next Wednesday for #5...

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