I don't want to leave a sour note first here on Emma's blog, so I thought I would try to show others what anencephaly looks like (via ultrasounds).
This is an ultrasound profile pic of a non-anencephalic baby at 20 weeks. In my opinion, you can clearly see the head and see that it is a profile picture. You can see a little where the eyes, nose, and mouth's locations are.
This is Emma's 20 week profile ultrasound picture. She's got her head a little more tilted up than the baby in the first picture does. The arrow is pointing right to her nose. A little more below her nose (but actually to the left a little in the picture itself) is her mouth (the other whiteish stuff around her mouth I believe is faintly her hand, because she had her hand by her head for a lot of the ultrasound). The dark circle on her face (if looking at the picture, down from the nose and only a tad to the right) is one of her eyes. The other eye is on the other side of her head which is not in this picture. Notice that her head stops just a little above her eyes and continues at a downward slant. It's not the regularly full and round head that you would see.