Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Ruby Tuesday

Carousel in Boston Commons

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14 comments:

  1. I love Merry-Go-Rounds and Carousel is one of my favourite films, so this is a particular pleasure! Nice photo.

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  2. The carousel is great, but I love the horses - the colors, style and artistic touches make these horses come alive.

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  3. Love Merry-Go-Rounds, too! and particularly the horses! Brings back memories of seeing my kids riding on their first big carousel, the look of wonder and excitement on their faces!

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  4. I love them. They are all over Europe and I'd like to see more of them in the US, too.

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  5. Carousels were always my favorite! The colors are so vibrant!

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  6. I love a carousel and this one looks to be so beautiful! Happy Ruby Tuesday!

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  7. Such wonderful memories come to mind!
    Great choice for Ruby Tuesday - wonderful shot.

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  8. I love love love this

    I'm like a little kid when it comes to the merry-go-round

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  9. Great shot! Is that the little one at the Franklin County Fair?

    And do you know if the big, historic one ever got set up in Holyoke's Heritage Park! I'd dig seeing it, haven't ridden that in fifty years!!!

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  10. Nothing quite like a merry-go-round. Great Ruby Tuesday shot.

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  11. Thank you all very, very much. I was with my 19 year-old daughter and we had the greatest time watching the little kids. I took the time between rides to take the picture. In less than a minute the whole thing filled up with people again. Fun.

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  12. Oh what a fun Ruby Tuesday shot. It's such a cool meme! I really need to get on board with this one day. I do LOVE my reds!

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  13. Really love carousels. This is a great photo.

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  14. That's a beautiful carousel, sphinx! Perfect with RED. Happy Ruby Tuesday! :)

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