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Looks like a giant snowflake, doesn’t it?

“Sparkler” (Queen Anne’s Lace in Winter) Nikon D300, 70mm (28-70mm), F/3.5, 1/500s, -1.0EV, ISO 640

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16 Comments

  1. Snowflake was my first thought, too, and then sparkler πŸ™‚
    This is so pretty! Was there frost on it to make it look white?

    • Thanks! Funny, I did consider calling it “Sparkler” (and may still do so). No, no frost – it must just be bleached from the winter weather. No sign of snow here yet but I am sure it is coming.

  2. That’s a sight to behold, alright. Neat capture. Lovely bokeh.

  3. This totally looks like a snow flake. Great eye you have. THis is so beautiful!

  4. I love Queen Anne’s Lace in every stage.

  5. Stunning photo… simply stunning!

  6. Looks much prettier than the photo I posted today. πŸ™‚ That’s a nice lens.

    • Ha, you are funny Scott. It is actually my favorite lens in that, it is the one I’ve used the longest and know inside and out!

  7. Looks very elegant with the soft background. Isa from Schweiz have posted photos of the same flower, almost at the same time. Apparently you agree about when it is the right time for Queen Anne to show up at your blogs. πŸ™‚

    http://isathreadsoflife.wordpress.com/2010/02/27/forest-stars/

    • Weeeell, great photo minds do think alike! πŸ™‚ Thanks for the link…Isa’s images are lovely!

  8. πŸ™‚ What a happy coincidence ! Your Queen Anne’s flower looks enchanting, with a dreamy air about it. I love the background and the soft pastel shades.
    Thanks giiid for leading me to milkayphoto.


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