Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge ~ Nature’s Queen

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Queen Anne’s Lace, in all of her majesty, found in a Colorado meadow high up in the mountains.

“Those who contemplate the beauty of the earth find reserves of strength that will endure as long as life lasts…There is something infinitely healing in the repeated refrains of nature, the assurance that dawn comes after night, and spring after winter.” ~ Rachel Carson

iPhone 6Plus used in Camera+. For other entries in the challenge, click here.

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About Angeline M

Love to travel, read, garden. I am a nurse case manager working in Disease Management. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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22 Responses to Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge ~ Nature’s Queen

  1. ChgoJohn says:

    Well, whatever its called, it’s a beautiful bloom and a great capture on your iPhone, Angeline.

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  2. The light is lovely .. Much loved by insects

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  3. Of course i love this photo!! We had huge elk in themeadow on Sunday!

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  4. thirdeyemom says:

    Beautiful Angeline!

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  5. Queen’s Anne Lace is a native here in the Mid-Atlantic. I adore its clusters and for its precious flowers up close. Carson’s quote is an apt companion. Happy Photo Challenge.

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  6. I discovered this plant in Norway. Perhaps it is a slightly different variety you have here, but perhaps not? Anyways, it is really enchanting. I love it’s delicate petals and formation, so that if there are many plants in a green, green field, the effect is like a dusting of icing sugar! Thanks, Sally!

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  7. amusingword says:

    I could be wrong about the Hogweed, but I’ve never seen leaves like that on dainty Queen Anne’s Lace.

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  8. amusingword says:

    Queen Anne’s Lace in North eastern Pennsylvania has lacy leaves like carrots. http://www.welchproperty.com/cannon/queenann.htm

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  9. amusingword says:

    That is not Queen Anne’s Lace! It looks like Hog Weed!

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