Posts Tagged ‘queen’

Skeletal Flower

March 23, 2018

Even without the petals the queen anne’s lace is still delicate.

Queen Anne in Winter

Photo Friday: Queen Anne’s Fence

September 2, 2017

I took this picture of queen anne’s lace in front of an old fence.

Queen Annes Fence

Photo Friday: Exposure Exposed

July 15, 2016

Photography, like any art, is not a series of rules.  It is a series of guidelines.  The biggest of these involves what is thought of as correct exposure.  Exposure is important, especially in documentation, however, using it creatively can have very interesting results.

Today’s  photo is such an example.  The intentional over exposure of the image gives the picture a dreamy appearance, while still being a beautiful photograph of a queen anne’s lace.

Dreamy Queen

Photo Friday, On Thursday

January 22, 2015

Starting tomorrow, I was planning on starting something called Photo Friday.  Unfortunately, we will not have the internet starting tonight, for a few days, so I have chosen a picture I took last summer that I thought you would all like, of the Portland, Maine skyline with queen anne’s lace in the foreground, during sunset.  I hope you enjoy.  I hope to be back online shortly.

queen anne lace

Queen Anne Undressed

April 11, 2012

During it’s blooming season the queen anne’s lace is a cluster of delicate white flowers that look like a lace doily, but after the petals fall off it leaves this interesting pattern  that is a skeleton of what it looked like before.