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Sunday, August 14, 2016

Queen Anne's Lace



Queen Anne's Lace. So delicate and pretty. I picked a bouquet recently and had fun photographing it, then played with editing. Enjoy!













We are in Alberta visiting family this week. A few weeks ago my mother-in-law fell and broke her pelvis. She's making great progress, although recovery is slow. 

Linking with Mosaic Monday, hosted by Maggie of Normandy Life. 



33 comments:

  1. Sending good thoughts to your MIL and hoping she makes a complete recovery soon.
    Know she will enjoy having you close by. Tell her many people will be thinking of her and wishing her well.

    Hugs - Mary

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  2. I am so sorry to read about your mother-in-law's fall. I hope that she heals well and as quickly as possible. It must be a comfort to her that you were able to get to Alberta to support her.
    The Queen Anne's Lace is lovely. I usually gather one bouquet each summer. It doesn't last long and the table is soon full of little crawly creatures and tiny flower petals but it is such a beautiful bouquet in late summer!

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  3. Lovely shots! I hope your mother in law recovers quickly.

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  4. The bouquet is beautiful, a real delight. Hope your MIL recovers well, how wonderful that you are able to travel to be with her. Take care.

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  5. You did have fun playing with your camera and the pretty Queen Anne's lace, the quotes are lovely too.
    Sending best wishes for a speedy recovery tour your MIL, I'm sure that having you both there will be a huge comfort to her.

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  6. Coucou Lorrie, je suis en train de rattraper la lecture de blogs et je reprends un peu le rythme, après une longue absence. Bon rétablissement à ta belle-mère, et à bientôt. Ces fleurs sont magnifiques. J'avais semé des fleurs similaires mais comme je n'avais pas eu le temps de m'en occuper elles ont 15 cm de haut... et les fleurs la taille d'un petit bouton, au lieu d'une large assiette. Je ferai mieux l'année prochaine...

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  7. Lovely, I planted Ammi Majus this year which is so similar. I have a vase full of it mixed with delicate pink roses.

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  8. Love the mini-posters you made! So sweet and pretty.
    I'm glad you are both able to visit and help your M-In-L, it must have been a horrid shock and your visit will be just the thing.
    We never know what's round the corner, do we?!
    Many blessings,
    x

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  9. Beautifully photographed. My mother loved, loved Queen Anne's Lace. it always reminds me of her.

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  10. There is so much beauty in Queen Anne's Lace, and so many folk overlook it as just a weed. Best of luck to your mother in law with her recovery. Enjoy the week.

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  11. Saying a prayer for your mother-in-law...so good to know that she is recovering well.

    Ahhhh..I just love your edits. Queen Anne's Lace is growing all over The Ponderosa and some days it is the thing that keeps me going when I look out and see it everywhere. So lovely...such beauty in the midst of so much that is rustic and rough.

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  12. I will say a prayer for your MIL right now, Lorrie. I'm praying for a complete recovery.
    Great shots of the Queen Ann's Lace, it's such a lovely wild flower.

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  13. So sorry to hear about your mother in law's fall. Sending good thoughts for her smooth recovery. I am sure she will be happy to see you.
    Very pretty shots of the Queen Anne's Lace today.

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  14. I hope she heals quickly. I'll keep her in my prayers. Take care. Hugs, Diane

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  15. délicatesse d'un bouquet
    je souhaite un prompt rétablissement à votre maman
    je ne connaissais pas le nom de cette fleur
    avec un nom pareil elle prends de la " grandeur "
    bonne semaine bisous
    edith (iris)

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  16. Lovely images of your Queen Anne's Lace.
    Praying as I type for your mother in law and her healing.

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  17. Hello, Sending my prayers for your mother-in-law. I wish her well. The Queen Anne's Lace is pretty, lovely images and post. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!

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  18. Loevley photos...and words to go with them! Wishing your MIL a speedy and full recovery.

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  19. Sending ~~rapid healing prayers~~ for your MIL. I am very fearful of falling myself, now that I live alone. It is not fun!

    Loved your photos but still not a fan of QALace. Makes me sneeze just looking at it~ LOL

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  20. Beautiful Queen Anne's lace ... love the quotes, too. I hope your MIL recovers swiftly. Happy Monday!

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  21. Hope your mother-in-law continues healing well. What lovely photos of Queen Anne's Lace. I love them all.

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  22. I threw some Queen Anne's Lace seeds in my butterfly garden and now they have spread everywhere, crowding the other flowers out. They are much better off in a field where they can run free and like you, I find them willing subjects for my lens.

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  23. Queen Anne's lace is so delicate and lovely...amazing that they grow wild and are easily obtained! Your photos are wonderful.

    Saying a prayer for your mother-in-law, that she would continue to move toward recovery.

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  24. I love Queen Anne's Lace, Lorrie, and you've captured it's beauty so well. Hope your MIL recovers quickly from her broken pelvis.
    Seeing your Miss A. sewing, was such a sweet sight, and then the tea party...such fun at Nana's house!

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  25. Lorrie, I associate Queen Anne Lace with Ontario because I sister pressed many of them. They are obviously on the other end of the country. Best recovery for you MIL.
    Sylvia D.

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  26. Beautiful mosaic and individual portraits of the beautiful and regal Queen Anne! Best wishes for your MIL's continued and complete recovery.

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  27. Queen Anne's Lace is so delicate and pretty. Pretty mosaics.

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  28. I'm sorry to hear about your MIL's broken pelvis. Sending her positive healing vibes. Thanks for sharing your lovely photos of Queen's Anne lace. Enjoy the rest of your visit in Alberta.

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  29. Oh...be still my heart! I LOVE Queen Anne's Lace and these photos are absolutely stunning. Love the waterlogue effects too...lovely mosaics and words.

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  30. I loved this post; remember many a day picking these in a bouquet for my mom when I was young.

    So SORRY to hear about your MIL..I can see that she is in good hands, and your reader friends will keep her in prayer! :)

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  31. Glad to hear your MIL is recovering!

    I love Queen Anne's Lace. Around our area we have a lot of Poison Hemlock growing, it looks like Queen Anne's lace at first glance. Big difference though! It's good to know the difference!

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  32. Beautiful, peaceful pics. I am so sorry about your mother-in-law. That is a very difficult injury. We will be praying for her as well as your family.

    xoxo,
    Barb

    Oh, I gave changed my blog- www.chasingthenextchapter.com

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  33. I love your Queen Anne's Lace study. Beautiful poses. Loved the quotes you included with some. Hope your MIL is mending well.

    Sending good wishes for your time here in Alberta.
    Brenda
    xox

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