Sunday, July 15

Queen Anne's Lace & such...


Wild Chicory mixed with Queen Anne's Lace...
Sweet little yellows tossed in~


Roadside pictures...
Once reason why I love living in the country!
Beauty around every corner~





I'm lookin' over a four leaf clover...
No matter how many leaves~
Clover smells sweet, always has a curious bee hovering and
the pinkish-purple blossoms are stunning!
Roadside gardens!

Hope your road home is lined with simple beauty~

7 comments:

Brynwood Needleworks said...

All of my Wisconsin roadside and field favorites! Thank you for the pictures, Michelle.
xoxo
Donna

marie said...

I pass patches of Sweet Anne's lace every time I drive to or from work. It's so pretty!

I just paid a visit ot your Etsy shop...the framed feathers are wonderful!

Annie said...

Isn't nature just gorgeous....especially when it's you behind the camera.
Hugs,
A x

Bob Bushell said...

I love the way it's done, naturally.

Penelope's Beehive said...

Such a lovely stroll down your "lane" Michelle. Nature does offer us with splendid views round every corner...and you always capture them perfectly!
Fond hugs...
Judy

Smiley said...

Oh I remember that clover from my childhood . . . something I haven't seen for years! Thanks for sharing my friend.

Blessings and Smiles,
Deb oxo

Kathie Brown said...

Beautiful wildflowers. I love your wren painting in the sidebar. Very sweet. Queen Anne's lace is one of my favorites!