Take a walk on the white side

This is not anything racist!  Heavens no.
I've been walking the Richardson trail and seeing so much capital N nature happening before my very eyes.
These white-flowered weeds/wildflowers line the trail. The plants are umbrels similar to what I consider Queen Anne's Lace.

After much searching I am going to guess they are Anthriscus, known as  Cow's Parsley or Queen Anne's Lace.  The visitors should sign in.

Some are visitors are shiny.
Others fuzzy.
One ghostly predator, a man-in-the-moon spider.. 

Mystery guest, please sign in.

© 2012 Nancy L. Ruder


Kathleen said...

Marvelous! Robert Frost has a poem about that white spider!

Collagemama said...

And snout butterflies have been found in 30 million year old fossil shale strata, but the biological purpose of the nose apparatus is still unknown.


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