|Sky over Dog Bar Breakwater, Cape Ann, MA|
When I see the sky, the ocean the earth, wildflowers, my creative soul begins to soar with delight and gratitude.
|Lace ~ Queen Anne's Lace|
In sharing with two creative blogs this Thursday, I am reminded of how much my spirit thrives on seeing beauty others create as well as creating visual art myself.
Today we are sharing with:
A Rural Journal
Two Bears Farmand
Alphabe Thursday ~ L is for Lace (Queen Anne's Lace)
Wishing you a fun and loving weekend.
Hugs and namaste,
We love to have you post your comments, thoughts or questions to delight us all in the day ~ especially, ArtMuseDog ^_^
QUOTE FOR THE DAY: 'The heart to conceive, the understanding to direct, and the hands to execute.'
They are both lovely shots. We've a lot of Queen Anne's Lace blooming here. It's one of the few things that hasn't been completely destroyed by the drought.ReplyDelete
Of course they are beautiful pictures, but that cute little face of your dog stole the show (smile).
I haven't seen Queen Anne's Lace before, neither heard of it ... probably it doesn't grow in my land !!!ReplyDelete
whenever I see Queen Anne's Lace bloom along the roadsides I always think it is such a beautiful plant, I wish I could have some in my yard. but, after trying several times to transplant some, and failing, I gave up and now just enjoy it wherever and whenever I see it growing wild and free!ReplyDelete
Such pretty pictures. We have a lot of Queen Anne's lace around here as well.ReplyDelete
This looks like a wonderful place to be!ReplyDelete
Love the photo of the Queen Anne's lace! Your sky photo makes me feel homesick for the ocean. :)ReplyDelete
A word of warning -- QAL is extremely invasive -- but so pretty, who cares? :)ReplyDelete
we just need to open our eyes a bit right!ReplyDelete
Both photos are wonderful. Beautiful colors and so romantic.ReplyDelete
beautiful photos and beautiful setting! I also like the shadow of you on the Queen Anne's lace - kind of like a reflection in reverse.ReplyDelete
Thanks for coming by. I love queen Ann's lace, even though it doesn't always like me. I love the lacy look. We have plenty growing here in the Pacific Northwest growing along the roadway. Hope you have a great weekend.
Yael from Home Garden Diggers
Oh I love your words and your photos are awesome. BReplyDelete
I have always thought of queens anns lace as a weed I couldn't get rid of. Now, seeing your pictures, I see such beauty in it.ReplyDelete
Sometimes we just need to stop and look around us.ReplyDelete
Thanks for coming to see my horses...pretty lace and beautiful harbor. Ocean has such great affect on us...even picture form. MReplyDelete
What a lovely view...and beautiful shots!ReplyDelete
beautiful! queen anne's lace is growing like crazy all around here...i think it's so pretty!ReplyDelete
Lovely Queen Ann's Lace.ReplyDelete
So serene and beautiful!ReplyDelete
I love Queen Anne's Lace; it always reminds me that beauty lies in the simplest, most ordinary things.ReplyDelete
it is so fun to see what other creative people are doing!! your images are beautiful, gorgeous header!!ReplyDelete
Oh, these are wonderful photographs! I can really imagine how that scenery would feed your soul. So happy I could get through to see your blog. I tried to visit a few days ago, after receiving your kind comment (thank you!),but my imac crashed every time I opened up this site. Had to leave it, but yay for more success today. Pats for ArtMuse Dog. What a cutie!ReplyDelete
The Queen Anne's Lace is in abundance along our rural roads, lighting up our paths and reminding us it is still summer♫♪ReplyDelete
The Queen Anne's Lace is so pretty and you captured it perfectly.ReplyDelete
Queen Anne's Lace doesn't grow here in Arizona.ReplyDelete
I miss it.
I remember gathering great bouquets of it and filling old crocks all over my house!
This was lovely.
Thank you for the memories and for sharing your great photographs.