Weekly Photo Challenge:Inside

Friends, Searching for remnants of the tall grass prairie on Thursday yielded many shots of this Queen Anne’s Lace.  This image tells the flower story, the beautiful sweet blooms attract many bees and then the flowers fold into the seed pod up above the flower.  You can still see the structures inside the spent bloom, i like the insides of this image. Do you? til Tomorrow MJ

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About mjspringett

Nature Photographer, searching for questions and answers

Posted on July 22, 2012, in Nature, photography, Wild flowers and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 17 Comments.

  1. Reblogged this on Lisa Hughes Posts.

  2. Absolutely spectacular! I love everything about it. The inside. The pretty bee. And the delicate stems it all rests on like a pillow. Beautiful!

  3. This is a sweet beautiful image. Even the name Queen Anne’s Lace is romantic. I love the tone of colour and the striking white. Many thanks.

  4. beautiful image…perfect

  5. It does tell the story. And you help with the translation.

  6. MJ.very peaceful image…..shalom en theos….jim

  7. A superb photo mj, each fine detail just perfect …. I had never noticed the way the spent flowers fold in until I saw it here …. And a special treat with the bee too 🙂

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