Saturday, August 15, 2009

A Tiny Wonder



I really DO have another 4 new neck pieces to share with you here...but I got side tracked because I found this incredible mutation of a Queen Anne's Lace flower and just had to post it. Yes, I've noted the single purple tiny bloom in the center of some of these white flowers. But this was rather extraordinary! And other blooms on the same plant also exhibited varying degrees of purple where most are white.

This rather errant Queen Anne's Lace is perhaps a mutant, but what a lovely abberation!

12 comments:

Duni said...

That's amazing! The odd one out :)

ps - your cluster jewelry is absolutely stunning. I love the white pearl one!

Ann said...

I agree, it is lovely

askcherlock said...

I was absolutely thrilled with the earrings I ordered from you! They are exquisite. The sublte class combined with creativity is a wonderful combination.

Sandy said...

Oh, how pretty you just don't see Queen Anne Lace much these days. I remember as a kid it was everywhere. Was always fun to pick a bunch, put food coloring in a class and wait for the flowers to change colors.

Sandy
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yoon see said...

Wow! lovely blooms:)
I don't see such beautiful blloms in my country...

digivickie said...

Beautiful Queen Anne's Lace photos! TFS :)

Nancy said...

Wow, it's lovely. It makes it look so much more delicate, and almost gemlike.

Poetic Shutterbug said...

Oh these are so lovely. They look like dainty doilees (not sure if I spelled that correctly) :) The are just so pretty.

Jennifer MacNeill-Traylor said...

Gorgeous! My favorite wildflower:)

BeadedTail said...

Lovely!

WillOaks Studio said...

Thanks so much for your feedback and comments on my flower photos!! I really appreciate all of you stopping by XXX Karen

Shinade aka Jackie said...

Oh my these are very beautiful and give one a sense of a lovely summer day in the country!!

I hope you have a great week,
Jackie

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