Thursday, March 17, 2011

here's a spicy bit of green

for st. patrick's day

20 comments:

Birdman said...

Can summer be on the way in Northern New England? Say YEAH!

Kate said...

Great colours. I doubt, however, that This is the cuisine of choice for most Paddy Day revelers.

Steffe said...

I think Kate is on to something here. But nice colors they are.

VP said...

Nice for St Patrick's Day! Beyond the green I see enough white and red to declare this picture 'tricolor' and enlist it for our Unification Day.

Jacob and Lois Anne said...

Green and red. Hmmm. Christmas, maybe? ;-)

Going to drink some green beer today?

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

This is for an organic St. Paddy's Day. Glad that your computer gremlins are in remission.

Sharon Creech said...

Happy St Pat's day, brattcat . . .hope the gremlins stay away. . .My husband loves radishes. Sometimes he will buy them just to look at them.

Kim said...

Dear Brattcat,
I love the way yesterday's and today's photos look together. So, so beautiful.

I would like to write to you and send you some pictures. Please contact me at this more user-friendly address:-) kiminsea@gmail.com.
-Kim

Malyss said...

Bright happy colors for a happy day!
And seeing the world around,we need so much some little happiness...

SRQ said...

A radish with a Smithwick's chaser? Happy St. Patrick's Day!

Sharon said...

Fantastic color!!

Cezar and Léia said...

The green is fantastic, and I like the intense red as well!
Léia

Amin said...

Hello! Wonderful colors! Beautiful photo!

Amin said...

Thank You very much for Your last beautiful and warm comment!
I wish the same to You! Thanks!

Jilly said...

I agree with Kim - those reds together really tell a story of two worlds. Love your radishes. Confess I hadn't realised it is St. Patrick's Day today. Happy St. Patrick's Day.

cieldequimper said...

Now slice them thinly, put them on slightly salt-buttered dark bread and you'll have me melt like putty!
Happy Green Day!

Bob Crowe said...

The colors are more Italian! Maybe they would taste better if you soaked them in Guinness.

Small City Scenes said...

The bright red out shines the green. MB

magiceye said...

beautiful.....

Randy said...

Great color!