April 10, 2010

In the grass today...

The Persian Pearl ground tulip:

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The grape hyacinth:

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The blogger...

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12 comments:

David said...

The freckles . . .

Fetching.

Ron said...

It's Emmylou Harris Althouse! ;)

Doug Wright-OG said...

Meade should have captioned these photos! The third photo is most interesting, a riot of colors in so many ways.

But, who shall be Obama's choice to replace Justice Stevens? Will that nominee be Catholic, Jewish, or a male? Does that aspect of his choice matter?

GMay said...

Why does the third pic remind me of a blonde Scully?

Methadras said...

3rd picture just looks like one bad case of grass itch.

Charles Noland said...

Huh, the earth really is round.

Lem said...

Maybe if you had been a better girlfriend in High School he'd still be alive today.

Beeswax (2009)

A joke that misfired.

edutcher said...

Ditto on the freckles, but is there a filter on the lens? The usually roseate Althouse appears a tad gray.

Maybe my video card.

GMay said...

Why does the third pic remind me of a blonde Scully?

Scully always came off a tad cold and a bit flaccid emotionally.

I can, however, see her whipping off the shades to deliver one of the slightly bon mots that used to be the trademark of Horatio Caine.

Methadras said...

3rd picture just looks like one bad case of grass itch.

Maybe Meade can scratch it.

traditionalguy said...

Splendor in the Grass, and flowers too. Is this a hint that you are now a Greens Party law professor that would serve in the Greens seat on the Court to save the earth? Why you even have a horticulturally correct spouse. Two for one. Down here the Greens Jacket that Lefty will wear by sundown is all we care about.

vet66 said...

Spring has sprung as evidenced by the fecundity of Mother Gaia and all she has to offer.

"A rose by any other name is just as sweet!" and "Roamin' in the gloamin" come quickly to mind. It was a long winter after all...

wv: oveshe

Ann Althouse said...

"Ditto on the freckles, but is there a filter on the lens?"

I blue-ified it in iPhoto just for fun. Note the hair color too.

Here's another pic I did at the same time, showing more natural color. Distorted by fisheye though.

Parker Smith said...

Be careful not to plant your bloggers too deep!

Well, except maybe for Charles Johnson - and he's easy, 'cuz he keeps digging the hole for you.