Dried Stems Posted on November 8, 2012 by Sheila Creighton Posted in Nature Tagged field, grass, lines, photography, Queen Anne's Lace, silhouette, two tone, vertical 13 Comments Done for the season, silhouetted wild grass and Queen Anne’s Lace create an interesting pattern. © Sheila Creighton 2012 Share this:ShareFacebookEmailTwitterPinterestLinkedInTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
Dear Sheila, Lovely. Are you OK with re-blogging? I respect that everyone has different views. Ellen
Dear Ellen – thank you. Yes I am fine with it, anytime no need to ask. In fact if there is ever any type of image you are looking for that I might have, I would be glad to send it to you. I so enjoy your poetry and observations. Sheila
Dear Sheila, Thank you!
That’s great! A very appealing and pretty natural monochrome.
Sheila: how do you get random posts to appear in your ‘Top Posts and Pages’ grid? Mine stays static.
Thanks m! It is a widget that this theme offered called Top Posts and Pages. I just dragged it over and it does all the work. Which is neat since a lot of people find my blog searching for photos of specific things and this creates a turnover of old posts that not may have seen. Perhaps your theme offers this same widget?
Yes – I’ve had the widget on my home page for some time but the images don’t change very much 🙂
Reblogged this on Poems From Oostburg, Wisconsin and commented:
Reblogged with Sheila’s kind permission.
Good picture, Sheila, I like that a lot – its just about mono – good stuff! Adrian
thank you Adrian – it is very mono for a colour shot.
I think Queen Anne’s lace is at its best at this time of the year, as demonstrated here.
it is such an enduring plant through all seasons. 🙂