Monday, October 20, 2008

Ruby Tuesday



Thanks once again to The Teach for making it possible for red fans all over the globe to showcase their photos featuring a little or a lot of ruby red.


Modesto Bimey selling his handmade African baskets at the Newfane, Vermont Heritage Festival
He and his wife and daughter immigrated to Massachusetts from Ghana and earn a living selling their beautiful wears.


This is the one I chose. It was the last one available, in this, the perfect size to hold CDs in my car
African Basket Culture and Craft Designs Pittsfield, Massachusetts Modesto & Tina Bimey 413-443-0079

12 comments:

  1. Really cool basket there, Gurrrl.

    You always did have an eye for that sort of thing!

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  2. cool basket. and I do like his red button too!

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  3. The baskets looks so good! I wish I can have one, too!

    My Ruby Tuesday entries are posted here and here. Please drop by if you have some time. Thanks a lot!

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  4. You have a beautiful blog. I have been here for an hour just reading, absorbing all it's beauty with the wonderful art and your words! Thank you.

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  5. Beautiful red baskets...an art.
    Happy Ruby Tuesday!

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  6. Ooo aaah. I like these a lot. The baskets make me want to pick them up.

    BTW - I also went back and commented on the black and white nudes from two Fridays ago, AND the cat paintings. The latter was more opinionated than usual... I didn't want you to miss those, especially my short vent about Warhol. I don't get it.

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  7. Those are beautiful. I love true crafts.
    The one you chose is colorful and a great idea for CD's in the car - I would never have thought of that.

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  8. I love baskets,beautiful ones here.

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  9. I really love baskets. Have many. These are so beautiful!

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  10. Really lovely baskets! My mum has something similar she has been using for years, good quality, good looking, hand crafted, what more can you ask from a bag? Have a good RT!

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  11. great shots lady!!

    his work is amazing.

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