where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
August 26, 2016 § 15 Comments
of fluttering lace
in the quiet white light
Tagged: bright light, flowers, lace, landscape, meadow, outdoors, Queen Anne's Lace, snow, summer, summer sun, sunlight, wild flower field, wild flowers
Reblogged this on per mare….
Love this one.
In England an old name for Cow Parsley is Queen Anne’s Lace – after the fashion for lace frills on sleeves during her reign.
i love this
I think this is one of the most beautiful plants around. The intricacy of its bloom is just amazing. 🙂
Pure serendipity here. I found a link to an interview with the poet William Carlos Williams this morning, and when I went to the interview, I found a mention of his poem, Queen Anne’s Lace. Lovely photo, and a lovely poem.
I love Queen Anne’s Lace.
Among my favorites!!!
We have them, too, in our part of the country. I’d never see them before until we moved here. I can stare at them for hours.
This brings back so many childhood memories. Lovely!
Reblogged this on Friendly Fairy Tales and commented:
Seedbud achieves perfection in her photography and three lines of observation. Enjoy and have a great week!
I reblogged this because it made my heart sing. XOXO
Hey, beautiful poem and a beautiful meadow too!! ♥
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