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That would make a great painting.
Blades of eutrophy cut two ways. Those leaves could be harvested, incinerated to generate electricity (waste heat used to dry them) and the phosphate and potassium residue sequestered in the leaves removed from the lake and or reused upstream.
It's not eutrophy. It's a carefully tended reflecting pond.
Ann Althouse said...It's not eutrophy. It's a carefully tended reflecting pond.OK. But what I said applies to what floats on your lakes. Just letting the conservation flow..._____wv = "ingin." Must wait until the weekend to imbibe. Carol Herman would write something about Huck Finn.
Another jigsaw puzzle for DBQ. Gorgeous.
I love gold barsIn water blackAt end of day'Fore all goes slack.
The golden edge reflections with the water are really interesting. But in a painting you might reject it as unreal. In the photograph you notice it but figure (I am assuming) it was some optical effect of the moment. I am wondering if you saw it like that photograph depicts when you took the picture, or if he was an effect from the camera?
Hate to say it, but not much is gonna flow through there.PS Agree with tg. That really is nice and the photo is composed in such a way that it has that Impressionist feel to it.Nicely done.
deborah said...Another jigsaw puzzle for DBQ. Gorgeous.Althouse cuts through legal edicts with the precision of a scrollsaw.
Fred, it immediately reminded me of this Althouse photo:http://www.flickr.com/photos/althouse/5111228594/in/photostream/
That's a fine compliment, chick, especially considering you're a lawyer.
That's a fine compliment, chick, especially considering you're a lawyer.Not true! I just hang around them and help.
My reading retention has failed me!
Those look like FASCIST card carrying NRA lilly pads hypocritically decrying supposed violent imagery.
deborah, you mean the leaves on the car hood (I am assuming)? I do not see it there as much. But Ann does take a lot of pond shots that get some unusual reflections. But sometimes I wonder if it is interesting distortion from the camera or an optical effect you would see in person (assuming you were standing in the same place, spot and time).
Wisconsin is so very beautiful. I went on pilgrimage (from Florida) to Ashland, Ws to visit the grave of Tom Blake (influential surfer from the 1920's and 30's) and then on to the west coast. Scenic. I wonder what it's like in the winter? June was gorgeous.
Is that a snake?...I think I saw a snake!
I'm batting zero in this thread...I thought those leaves were on water that she had caught at just the right angle and lighting.
I mean, it seemed as if some of the leaf edges were held up by surface tension...
deborah said... I'm batting zero in this thread...I thought those leaves were on water that she had caught at just the right angle and lighting.I'm certain you are correct.
lol thanks, chick, but I think it's a car.
deborah said... lol thanks, chick, but I think it's a car.Whatever. I guess I trusted Althouse. :(
Did she say somewhere it was water?
Well, darn, I mean the car is wet, but it's not a bird bath, etc.
The old pic is leaves on my car.
@deborah:I was only referring to the present pic. I didn't look at older ones. Sorry for the confusion.
I didn't realize lily pads overlap so much.
I didn't realize lily pads overlap so much.Only the maxi-sized ones do that.________wv = "mangro" Original (rejected) Tradename for Viagra.
Sounds like it's getting litigated if you're proofing a deposition. The truth will out.
It's a comment on something, I'm sure, but the news comes that Hugo Chavez, after all that time in Cuba getting that free government health care Michael Moore thinks is so great, is in kidney failure.Make of that what you will.
Sixty grit...That was horrible.Now, get a trial lawyer and pray that Rick Perry doesn't win.How else do you get their attention?
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Sixty Grit. It is stories like that that make you want to strangle idiots who claim the only way to "save" the medical insurance industry is to ban lawsuits. I have no problem at all making the standard for medical malpractice high. It should be. People die (especially sick people) and doctors should not be blamed for that--that is why we have doctors (to help sick people). But when you have such clear negligence, it is critical that there be accountability. Otherwise there is zero incentive to change it. And I say that as a conservative. And I know there are hucksters and shysters. But less of them now a days than you think.
Isn't there a gold or yellow pagoda or bridge at that "O" garden where Meade volunteers?when a guy I saw wood with Whose did you see?
Barack Obama says: Change me, I stink!
I'm nobody! Who are you?Are you nobody, too?Then there's a pair of us — don't tell!They'd banish us; you know!How dreary to be somebody!How public like a frogTo tell one's name the livelong dayTo an admiring bog!E. Dickinson
this segment seems a bit padded and flat.
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