Another Day, Another Picture

March 15, 2010

March 15 2010

A lazy Monday and a silly obsession with all things Scandinavian (thank you, residual love of nordic sports in the Olympics) made it a perfect day to turn the 100mm on our little miniature Swedish horsey.

March 16, 2010

March 16 2010

After 6:30 in the evening it was just getting to be magic hour on our street, and our neighbor’s magnolia was nimbed with gold.

March 17, 2010

March 17 2010

Straight out of the camera, and for the last time until next winter, here’s one of the rusty snow fence posts along the cornfields on the way to work. The sun had just (finally) come up, and this post and its rusty wire were all glittery with frost. It was a lovely last hurrah, as the fence has been taken down now for the summer. –Schn.

March 18, 2010

March 18 2010

The first crocus of the season. I don’t actually know which one came first of our two blooming crocuses, but they’re both awesome. — Pookie

March 19, 2010

March 19 2010

On the walk to work, at the ridiculously late dawn, the only thing I was really interested to take a picture of was the restored farm house’s pretty lamp. –Schn.

March 20, 2010

March 20 2010

We went to the Devils/Blues game today, and had second-row seats. The game itself was a 1-0 stinker of a loss, but the experience was completely awesome. We brought Chuck the Duck and the star filter with us, and while soaking up the swanky Fire Lounge atmosphere, we had a blast taking thousands of crappy action pictures. And then Pookie somehow managed to take this pretty cool action picture. Wow! The game was much more of a success than we could have expected!

March 21, 2010

March 21 2010

You can never have too many pictures of crocuses, can you?

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