Friday, August 2, 2013

Getting To Know Me



Queen Anne's Lace in full-blossom mode.


This is the next stage of Queen Anne's Lace after  the lace-like blossom fades.

It never ceases to amaze me that this beautiful flower 
and all its intricacies is 'stored' in those tiny brown seeds.

Pretty darn special process if you ask me!!

How lucky we are to be part of it all.



21 comments:

  1. it is magical if only we stop and take a look.

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    1. Yes Joanne! Just take a breather now and again to take a look around.

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  2. So true! All life begins with a tiny seed!

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  3. Awesome, isn't it? Totally blows the mind!

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    1. Yes it does Sharon! Sometimes I just can't get my head around it.

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  4. Simply beautiful. Yes, we certainly are lucky to be a part of all these wonders!

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    1. I bet you have a few things planned for a photographic weekend ahead, Martha! Enjoy!

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  5. Stunning, the last one is lovely, and yes, nature can " blow us away" with all her beauty. Fortunate, YES.. Cheers from Jean.

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    1. I t sure can 'blow us away' Jean! You must experience this all the time in New Zealand!

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    1. Hi Hayley! Good to 'see' you here and hope all is going well in Spain!!

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  7. QAL is one of my most favorite flowers! I so miss QAL which we don't get wild here in my part of Colorado. Every time I'm in NS, I'm trying to capture the perfect QAL photo. Have an awesome weekend my friend!

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    1. Me too, Louise! Thanks and you have the BEST weekend too!

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  8. We have those here,
    just didn't know the name.
    :)~
    HUGZ

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