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Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Queen Anne would be proud









Took the camera out under a dark cloud the other night as there was no breeze to take some photos of the wildflowers in the uncut field.  Little did I know there was a tornado warning.  Soon there was blowing rain and high winds.  ( I did go inside before that happened. )   Luckily, we had no damage.  Unfortunately, there were power outages and some damage for others in our county and neighboring counties.





16 comments:

Sandra said...

the detail is soooo AMAZING..a beautiful plant

Hazel Ceej said...

Glad there was no damage in your area. Your photos made me see beautiful details of this flower. Great job.

Anne Jeffries said...

So pretty. Reminds me of the miles and miles of wild Queen Anne's I would enjoy when driving in Oregon.

Beth said...

I love Queen Anne's Lace. You got some beautiful shots!

Roan said...

Gorgeous macros! I love Queen Anne's Lace. So delicate and beautiful.

jeannettestgermain said...

Wow, your second one is mesmerizing! Am speechless, and am happy you commented on my blog (thanks). I read about your husband - you must going through a lot right now and I'll keep you both in prayer.

Rose said...

Oh, wow, Amy! I did not know Queen Anne's Lace could be photographed so beautifully....

Cranberry Morning said...

Beautiful. Queen Anne's Lace does not grow up here, as far as I know, but I think they have it in the southern part of the state (WI). Good thing you know when to get out of the rain, Amy! ;-)

Brian King said...

Gorgeous shots!

TexWisGirl said...

really beautiful! glad you escaped any damage!

CountryMum said...

Wow! Amazing photos.

Robyn said...

Stunning shots, Amy! I love the delicacy you captured of Queen Anne's Lace and the colors too.

The weather has been unsettled lately. We are happy for the nice rains and keep our fingers crossed any damaging hail or winds pass us by.

Wandering Wren said...

Queen Anne would be more than proud, she would be giving a delicate whoop, whoop! Glad you and your camera made it back in one piece.
Thanks for visiting and commenting on my blog, I am honoured.
Wren x

Anne Payne said...

WoW, Amy! These are stunning photos of Queen Anne's Lace.

Terri @ Backward B Ranch said...

Such an intricate plant- so delicate. We are waiting on yet another storm here- I'm pretty tired of being scared to death by the weather people.

Kathy said...

These are beautiful, Amy.
Glad you dodged the bullet on the storm.