Thursday, July 19, 2007

A plant that grows abundantly in Illinois in the summertime is Queen Anne's Lace. I love it when these cover open fields. Recently Phil and I were out on errands, and I happened to have my camera with me, so I asked him to please stop and let me take some pictures. I love the sight above, then tree line, luxurious corn field, and finally Queen Anne's Lace, growing along with something that looks like droopy Black-eyed Susans.

Some feathery little growth at the edge of the field where I took the pictures of the Queen Anne's Lace.

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