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Nature Photograph - Queen Annes Geometry by Shane Brumfield

Queen Annes Geometry is a photograph by Shane Brumfield which was uploaded on June 26th, 2011.

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Snowy pinwheel! Liked

Shane Brumfield replied:

Thanks Meryl

Thank you Richard

Fantastic work, Shane! Well done. V

Beautiful capture ! Congratulations on your Feature in WFS Group ! /v/pif

Beautiful image! v

Shane Brumfield replied:

Thanks Stuart

Great capture! v

Shane Brumfield replied:

thanks Adel

well done! v

Great macro Shane. The small white petals and the blue sky are an excellent contrast from a view looking down with a green background. George v/f/pif

Very pretty of the Queen Anne's Lace--with the blue shy--like the perspective! fave and voted

Shane Brumfield replied:

Thanks Nava

Shane nice capture of a beautiful but to some a nuisance weed .V/F

Shane Brumfield replied:

That is what Randy told me in a couple of comments up. Just looks like a cool flower to me. lol

The backlighting of the Queen Anne's lace against the deep blue sky is beautiful, Shane. vf

Totally agree with Marilyn on her comment about a floral of any kind against the beautiful blue of the sky is just phenomenal! Nice beauty on this capture, Shane! Just for your info, it is a nuisance plant to farmers, and they spray to rid themselves of this beauty for one reason, only! That is, the cows also like this plant, and the Queen Anne's Lace, makes the cow's milk a bitter taste, which make in unsaleable to most dairies, thus they spray, like I do dandelions, to make things better. However, take a lovely yellow floral head from a dandelion, and put it against the blue of the sky, and you have a winner for sure! Hard to get down low enough to capture the "underside" of this lovely weed! LOL Nice job on this great capture, Shane! fave and vote

Shane Brumfield replied:

Just goes to show the old saying is true. One mans junk is another mans treasure.


Shane Brumfield replied:

Thanks Jean for the visit and comment


Shane Brumfield replied:

thanks Ausura for the visit and comment

What a great angle of view for this shot Shane.

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