22 Regal Pictures of Queen Anne’s Lace

There’s something regal about Queen Anne’s Lace. The name certainly plays a part; the flower becomes a bit less imperial when it’s called by its other name: Wild Carrot. Often seen by the side of the highway, this bit of lace stands out among the usual refuse and greenery. Tall and stately, it may be the only flower that is just as interesting viewed from the under-side. Even dead, Queen Anne’s Lace provides an enchanting image. So next time you go driving, don’t forget to stop and smell (or take a photograph of) Queen Anne’s Lace.

Queen Anne's lace flower

Looking Up by Ed L

Queen Anne's lace flower

Queen Anne’s Lace by liz west

Queen Anne's lace flower

Moonlight And Lace by Carl Christensen

Queen Anne's lace flower

Queen Anne’s Lace by Manjith Kainickara

Queen Anne's lace flower

Small Break-thru by GollyGforce

Queen Anne's lace flower

Up Queen Anne’s Lace by Bird Eye

Queen Anne's lace flower

Image by Caroline

Queen Anne's lace flower

crochet by jenny downing

Queen Anne's lace flower

the year by Robb North

Queen Anne's lace flower

Queen Anne’s lace by Alex

Queen Anne's lace flower

Yellow gold dried flower by Marite

Queen Anne's lace flower

god save the queen by Brooke Peiffer

Queen Anne's lace flower

Image by Loreen Liberty

Queen Anne's lace flower

the queen’s influence by Brooke Peiffer

Queen Anne's lace flower

Winter’s Lace by Doug Hockman

Queen Anne's lace flower

A Queen Anne kind of sky by James Jordan

Queen Anne's lace flower

Queen of Silver and Gold by jude McConkey

Queen Anne's lace flower

Late Summer Beauty by Debbra Obertanec

Queen Anne's lace flower

Summer Snowflake by JudyStalus

Queen Anne's lace flower

Simplicity by thepoeticlife

Queen Anne's lace flower

Queen Anne’s Lace by V Sanderson

Queen Anne's lace flower

A Queen’s Life by Angie Rea




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Shari Brase-Smith
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I have always had a special appreciation for the beauty of Queen Anne’s Lace, and am so very glad to see others do as well. These photos are just breathtaking! Thank you so very much-you just made my day!

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