July 26, 2009

At the Backlit Café...

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... you take on such a lovely glow.

22 comments:

Sy said...

My my ...a cacophony of colors, its like the rainbow ...

Maguro said...

Nice coneflowers and..Russian sage in the background?

traditionalguy said...

Give my complements to the person who designed those flowers. He/She is the ultimate Artist.

Sy said...

@tradionalguy

It is Sunday, you should give thanks to God yourself.

traditionalguy said...

Sy...Amen.

Ron said...

A Treblinka for hay fever sufferers...

rhhardin said...

I like backlighting on dogs.

If you get away from trees, sunrise and sunset provide huge opportunities.

Titushopeyouarehavingalovelyweekend said...

I have a lovely glow right now.

Remember a month ago when I told you I hit payday and met a really hot guy but didn't do him?

Well I saw him last night and did him.

Went back to his place in Quincy, Mass. The place was underwhelming...he rents, but I kind of like that. $1900 for a not so great apartment in Quincy, Mass, somewhat sad but kind of hot.

He is an Indian with a British accent, how hot is that combo?

He is into movies and porn movies.

He turned on the movie and on one entire wall of his apartment was a video of porn playing. Was it me? Did we have to have that on during our passionate love making?

I definitely want to go on a date with him which is a huge step for me. If anything, just to hear the British accent come out of an Indian mouth.

Oh and his body is to die for...and he wore a cock ring which I don't care for much but you take the good with the bad.

rhhardin said...

Backlit dog.

Shadow of man wearing shorts in tug of war with dog.

chuck b. said...

2033 pictures of Vicki--impressive!

I'm drinking a Rooftop--vodka, lemonade, fresh thyme, ice. You can use dried thyme but you'll want to strain it out after steeping a bit.

chuck b. said...

This one has a slight de Chirico vibe.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/rhhardin/3752868259/

chuck b. said...

This one slightly more so.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/rhhardin/3750395541/

chuck b. said...

This one is really fucking cool.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/rhhardin/3744749946/

chuck b. said...

Does the rooster have a name?

http://www.flickr.com/photos/rhhardin/3729740385/

chuck b. said...

Gack!

http://www.flickr.com/photos/rhhardin/3724117120/

rhhardin said...

More than 2000. I stopped adding to sets after I uploaded the existing bacth when I got the account, and just go with tags and the photostream.

chuck b. said...

Why the endless lawn? It would drive me insane.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/rhhardin/3708718798/

It's driving me insane just thinking about it.

Titushopeyouarehavingalovelyweekend said...

My Indian husband with a British accent is on a H-1B Visa.

My Indian husband with a British accent has a beautiful firm chest and amazing defined arms. His ass is very small, as well as his waist. He also has amazing hair that is delish. I liked grabbing his hair while he was blowing me.

Chuck B you always seem to be drinking. I am not judging. Just saying.

Am I going to marry this guy now?

He is everything I like in a lover. Dark, foreign, has an accent, has an incredible body, and is sexy as hell.

His hog was rather small, not really small but smaller than average. I am ok with that as I am not a size queen. The cock ring is supposed to add length to the hog so I anticipate without the ring it may appear smaller.

Meade said...

traditionalguy said...
"Give my complements to the person who designed..."

Now if only He/She would clean the roof gutters, I could go take a well-deserved nap.

traditionalguy said...

Meade...The overbearing trees of Madison must have struck again. But at least Google Earth cannot photograph the roofs in your neighborhood. Another thought, will that certain artist get up onto the ladder to inspect the work herself? I would suggest that climbing ladders is much too risky for brainiac artists.

Sir Archy said...

To Professor Althouse.

Dear Madam,

Pray, forgive the long Absence of an old Friend, even though he be the Ghost of a Gentleman, dead these 260 Years and more.  Many Obsequies & Duties are the Lot of even Ghosts; and, further, I cannot say I have had any Thoughts worthy of Inclusion in this, your Theatre of Topicks (as I call it).

I have been very pleas'd, however, to have been able to prevail on Mr. Boehm to include a very pretty Spectator by Addison on the Topicks of Ghosts and Happiness in Marriage in his Miscellaneous Paper (as I call it).  I feel all the Freedom I use, Madam, when I recommend this Spectatator to you, especially as you are soon to be married.  I cannot but think, however, there are some very fine Sentiments in it, fit for anyone who considers Marriage, especially if it be a Love Match.

Additionally, Mr. Boehm hath some lively Musick of M. Rameau from his Opera of the Gallant Indies; wherein the Indian Princess, Zima sings a duetto with her Betroth'd Indian Prince, Adario, to a Chorus of Savages, expressing the Sentiment, "Peaceful Forests, where ne'er a vain Desire disturbs our Hearts' Content."  'Tis very apt for those who would Marry for Love, and not for Interest, or even Pelf, as the European Officers in this Opera seem'd desirous to do.

Praying you may find the married Estate as full of express'd Joy as any Opera or Tale told by an Author, I am,

Madam,

Your Humble & Obt. Servant,

Sir Archy

bearbee said...

Beautiful.