I've been looking up information on cyanogenic glycosides found in Rosaceae species and almost wrote a blog post on it, but I'm afraid people will come after me with pitchforks and torches if I seriously start in on the organic chem, so... another topic from left field!
A couple days ago, we were looking around for ways to keep the Goober entertained. It's so hot here we can't take her outside for very long unless we're spraying water on her. So, anyway, I grabbed the backup digital camera, gave it to the kid, and turned her loose. (This is the camera that I threw across the yard into a tree while falling down the porch steps last summer, if any long-term readers remember that fun-filled extravaganza.) She wandered around the house taking photos. We found out that this camera will take between 150 and 200 flash photos before the batteries give out. Once the batteries are dead, she's done for the day.
So here you go, photography from the Goober (for those of you on Facebook and Twitter, these photos are mostly different than the ones I put up there; I included the teddy bears again 'cause it's just so damn cute). She did all the framing and focus and posing and setup and everything. All I did was hand her the camera and show her how to turn it on and 'poosh da button'.