Silent Sunday: Queen Ann’s Lace

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    • The wildflowers are very abundant this year – and there are fields of Queen Ann’s Lace dancing in the breezes. I think I am going to try to capture how they seem to float atop the fields.

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      • In the UK we’re not having a very floral summer, and seeing your images has lifted my spirits.
        I’ve just been reading up on Queen Anne’s Lace, and apparently it’s taking over in the UK, and killing off smaller flowers, due to the modern method of trimming hedges – the cuttings are left to lie, making the soil more fertile. Q.A.L. likes fertile soil. It also like traffic fumes. In other words, w’re creating a monoculture.

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