Saturday, December 26, 2009

Frosty Queen Anne's Lace



Christmas morning dawned cold and clear, a beautiful day.

The thick fog from Christmas Eve left this treasure -
A delicate frosty Queen Anne's Lace heart ...

7 comments:

Beth Niquette said...

There is only one word--maybe two, to describe this photo...exquisite, and WOW!

Fills my eyes--I think this heart of Queen Anne's lace is one of my favorites of all time!

Lois said...

I agree with Beth--exquisite!

Grannie Annie said...

Ahh a septor for the Queen of Hearts it is a fitting gift for you my dear.
I'm glad you have survived Christmas on your feet with camera in hand...I hope it was a happy one. I made it through too battered but unbroken and a good time was had by all. I guess that's all that counts. Love you

Tammie Lee said...

This is incredibly lovely Ms. Clytie! Such a beautiful find!

Angie Muresan said...

That is a gorgeous flower! Merry Christmas Clytie!!!

Beth Niquette said...

We did have such fun when we were children--the forests of our childhood were magical and the stories were endless...I remember...

If only we could go back there...

((hugs)) It is interesting that our life was amazing--and at the time we did not know it...

Hmmm....

I love you, Sissy. I'm so glad we got to spend time together in the enchanted forests of our childhood.

((hugs))

Again--I think this is one of your most beautiful captures... WOW!

PS The performance went great--sound didn't quite pan out as thought, for the first few songs, but that didn't matter...all was well. Thank you, oh, thank you for praying for me. (((((BIG HUGS)))))))

Judy said...

I have to comment on that Queen Anne's lace!! I simply love them with the frost, like that!! And the butternut squash made me stop and stare for a while!! Gorgeous!!