Friday, July 22, 2016
Queen Anne's Lace
What would summer be without the fields of Queen Anne's Lace? I have always loved this flower but this year they seem even more special to me. They are so delicate and if a little breeze comes by they move slowly back and forth.
I even love the name -- it gives this flower dignity to me and history and brings images of tea being served in a castle garden. Isn't life wonderful!
[please note that the field picture came from Richard Bowman because I was unable to get a good perspective from my camera].
"The world is full of magic things, patiently waiting to grow sharper." - W. B. Yeats