Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Ruby Tuesday

Parsboro, Nova Scotia Gallery


Parsboro, Nova Scotia
Gallery Seating



Ruby Tuesday is a really good photo blog; just enough entries to keep it interesting but not so many that it's overwhelming.

Some Ruby Tuesday participants I recommend:

Do You See What I See? (New Jersey)

Why, What Have You Heard? (North Carolina)

Nature Tales and Camera Trails (New Brunswick)

Yen ( Japan)

Paz's New York Minute

11 comments:

  1. Great choices for Ruby Tuesday, Gina!

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  2. i would like to sit in there :D

    Mine Ruby post in HERE. Hope you have time to visit. Thanks.

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  3. thanks for ur nice comment at my ruby post. About ur question, I don't exactly understand. But about how I did the frame on my photos. I use CS3.

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  4. Is it just me, or do those seats look out of place there? they're beautiful, but they look like they belong somewhere else...

    And thanks for the props in your post! I appreciate it!

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  5. Mojo: regarding the seats. They're theater seats that look like they've been plucked from an old theater and put here as gallery seating when they have talks or poetry readings or whatever it is they do there. In the first frame, you'll see a pew up against the wall, which serves the same purpose.

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  6. Such a lovely gallery, what I find most appealing is the wonderful colours of the walls, pinkish grey and very antroposophistically calming somehow.

    Btw, Yen and her fine photos are from Japan, not Sweden...:)

    Have a good RT and most of all, a wise and good outcome of the election!

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  7. Hi, Pia. How did I get Sweden? Either I mixed up Yen with another photo blogger or she posted some photos from Sweden?? Anyway, thanks for the correction, I'll fix that.

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  8. Very nice photos! Yay for finding the beauty (the red) anywhere and everywhere!

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  9. those are lovely!

    and thanks for the recommendation :)

    I have to catch up with all the RT posts tomorrow, I have had election fever ;)

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  10. Ruby Tuesday is the perfect time and place to let you know that I think you are one of the people that helped usher in such a defining moment in our history. Your words and spirit have touched so many and for that I honor your hard won efforts and hope you continue to bring light to The Tree and the blogosphere.

    Now our real work begins. There's one hell of a mess to clean up and we've the tools to do so.

    Peace,
    Mark

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  11. Beautifully done, Gina. I've been a bit distracted and haven't been at all consistent with my Rubys, but I enjoy yours weekly.

    Strongly, but weekly!

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