These are just beautiful Sharon!!! I have a friend who lives for Queen Ann's Lace!! hahaha! I'll make sure I send her this post!
Lovely photos! I was wondering how the mason jars in the first photo tied in until I saw the other photos below... :) Cabin Fever in Vermont
Beautiful photos Sharon! I too, like Queen Ann's lace and am enjoying our summer so far. The weather has been perfect the past week or so. Stop by and see our new kitchen I posted about tonight. Blesssings, Pamela
Absolutely gorgeous! I love flowers displayed in old mason jars.
I saw an entire field of these beauties the other day. It reminded me of when I was young and played Barbies with my friends. We would pick the small blooms for Barbie's bridal bouquet!
I adore Queen Annes Lace, I had some on my table tonight for friends over for dinner. I really enjoy how you vary the graphics so each picture is different but a common theme. The off white frames are great, howsyoudothat??
Simply gorgeous, Sharon! Ours are just beginning to unfold... Last year I was quite caught up in them, especially as they began to fade and turn in upon themselves... This year I think the 50mm will be taking a crack at them. :)xoxo
Stunningly breath-taking... lovely.
Goregous photos!Love themMari
So beautiful and tranquil Sharon!!! I love your pictures ~ they always make me feel the need to slow down and savor life. Your work is always an inspriration to me.Cindy
Beautiful photos!I like the old-fashioned photo look. May I ask where and/or how you did that?
Beautiful! She has just made her appearance here, too - feels like summer!
It's beautiful... I don't know that I have noticed any Queen Ann blooming here yet.But the berries are in full swing!Di
Oh my what gorgeous images yo have done. And I love the textures and the frames and borders and well I love it all. Carol
I can't believe how lovely those photos are!
She was just in time for the royal couple too! What great timing!
Very Pretty! I like the technique you used.
So gorgeous, I adore your processing and the bar jars!
Such beautiful pictures! It was a pleasure to discover your blog, and a fellow New Englander!Blessings, Bonnie
these are just so stunning .... I'm speechless!
Beautiful, gorgeous photos. I Queen Anne's lace!
I'm loving summer but loving your photos even more.
thanks for replying to my earlier comment:) I have bought photoshop but have not opened it yet, I think I need to take an online class. It is so easy to edit in picnik or with my photo processor. I have to bite the bullet and learn photoshop, a little daunting to me. I do not even get how to buy frames and add :(Again, beautiful post!
When I was a kid, Queen Anne's Lace was my favorite wildflower - it just seemed so romantic and storybookish to me. Thanks for the beautiful photos!
White is a cooling color and probably why I like it so much. I hesitate to admit this but summer is not my favorite season....except for the flowers I hate the heat that comes with!Today was a steam fest! Gorgeous images!!!xCarole
Beautiful...love the look of the Queen Anne's Lace in the canning jars!
Gorgeous photos. I love the framing, the processing, and everything about them. Nice!!
I love these! the lacy flowers are so delicate. I stopped looking at these as weeds as soon as I got my macro lens last year. The bottles are awesome. I really want to start a collection but I don't really have the right type of windows...
These are beautiful Sharon! I love Queen Anne's Lace and just noticed today that it's starting to bloom here. :)
A treat for the eyes! Love all of your photos and the frames. So romantic!
Wonderful series of photos of the QAL!! One of my summer favourites, too! My favourite shot is the window full of canning jars, though!
Beautiful. I love the photo of the jars in the window.
What a beautiful flower that is. I also like the photo go the jars in the window.
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