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Wild Carrot

Carrot Weed (Daucus Carota)

Carrot Weed (Daucus Carota)

The flower heads of wild carrot (daucus carota), more poetically known as “Queen Anne’s Lace”, are pretty during all stages of their development (but not much liked in pastures).

15 Comments

  1. HansHB

    Awesome B&W composition!

  2. Christian

    fantastic flower and nice details.

  3. abrianna

    Beautiful details in b & w.

  4. Dragonstar

    That is an incredibly lovely photo. Perfect patterns and superb light. That should be printed large and hung on the wall.

  5. RuneE

    Wild carrot was new to me. You did a fine job with the photo.

  6. NatureFootstep Photo

    I like the fact that the background is all black and does not distract the flower. 🙂

  7. Monica

    Wow,- what an interesting and decorative flower head! A wonderful shot in B&W, with great light and details, Paul!
    🙂

  8. Carver

    Fantastic nature shot in black and white.

  9. Birgitta

    Marvelous photo! Love it!

  10. Wayne

    Very interesting likes that are created by the leaves.

  11. John

    Makes me think of that book, Day of the Triffids

  12. Oakland Daily Photo

    The textures and nuances of shading are fantastic.

  13. Prairie Jill

    Gorgeous shot. I love the lighting.

  14. Jarek

    Well composed picture. Great tones!

  15. Debbie at Travel with intent

    How beautiful. I have never seen one of these before and it appears to be nature at its most perfect And perfectly captured too.

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