7 thoughts on “wild carrot

    • Yes, she has! Delicate is the perfect description. Queen Anne’s Lace are like milkweed – interesting to shoot all year long.

      Have a great day, Eliza. ๐Ÿ™‚

  1. I have been searching for the name of this plant for about a week. I have seen it for the past two weeks now. I was thinking that it was hemlock lol So now I know its wild carrot. Your photograph is so beautiful.

    • Hello Larry, and thank you. ๐Ÿ™‚

      These flowers are also known as Queen Anne’s Lace because of the delicate, lacy flower head. They’re a common roadside plant growing wild in ditches and fields from mid-July on. They’re great models.

      Thank you!

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