Monday, October 6, 2008

Ruby Tuesday

Work Of The Poet hosts Ruby Tuesday. Check out other fantastic Ruby Posts.


Apple Orchard
Late Summer



17 comments:

  1. I especially love the little house/barn at the end of your post. The apples look yummy, and a rose is a pleasure.

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  2. A very nice selection for Ruby Tuesday. Those apples look sooo good.

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  3. Beautiful photos! The apple looks yummy!:) Mine is posted HERE. Happy RT!~

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  4. They say the apple and the roses are of the same family. Those are really yummy.

    My RT entries are posted here and here. Happy Tuesday!

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  5. I loved seeing the old fashioned roses. They so remind me of Pap and Grandma's place growing up.
    The apples, the roses, and the barn make a very quaint picture of life
    Wonderful post.

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  6. You've certainly found tons of red to celebrate Ruby Tuesday. ;-)

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  7. I went apple picking on Sunday with my niece but the photos didn't come out very good, since it was rainy in CT...your photos are lovely.

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  8. love them, the apples are great.

    thanks.

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  9. lovely, serene imges for Ruby Tuesday. I'd love to be at the little house and run around the orchards.

    the light in these photos is exceptional Pagan!

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  10. I love those shots, especially the barn!

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  11. Beautiful, now you went and made me want an apple! :)

    No really, those rosebuds have nice depth.

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  12. Hello ,
    I visited your lovely blog and I like it so much .. good job :)
    Keep in moving ... have a nice day :)
    Cheers ..
    Talal Nayer ..
    Cartoonist from Sudan
    www.tnayer.blogspot.com

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  13. I just heard that CT legalized same sex marriage and thought of you and a few others who have been fighting the good fight for so long.

    It was the only hopeful news I have heard in days!!

    Peace

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  14. Well, thanks everyone. It's really so generous of you all to stop by and comment.

    I have to apologize once again for being remiss in visiting blogs. Life, work and good weather have made a concerted effort to intervene.

    Dianne: thanks for letting me know about CT! It's really very good news. A few hours after I read your comment, I talked to my daughter who explained the whole decision to me. I hope VT follows suit. There, there is civil unions, as there has been in CT until now.

    Hugs,
    Gina

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  15. Nayer: hello and welcome! Thank you for your kind words. I had a chance to read a little of your blog, which is fantastic. I noticed that Ben Heine is on your blog list, so we have a friend in common in the blogosphere.

    Peace,
    Pagan

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