Monday, January 4, 2010

Ruby Tuesday

Ruby Retrospective
2009

 Mary hosts Ruby Tuesday weekly from her blog Work of the Poet


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 January
My front yard, overlooking the Connecticut River
western Massachusetts





 February
Portrait of Barak Obama
by a five-year-old   
(cute, huh?)





Old Barn
Sunderland, Massachusetts





 March
My Buddy Omar 
(friends' dog)






April

Tulips around the maple tree in my yard




 May
Old Strubridge Village Doorway
Strubridge, Massachusetts



June

Asian Lily in my yard






 July
Millions of Bicycles
Barcelona, Spain


July
Zona Oeste, Portugal


August
Lawn Ornament
Nova Scotia 



September

Our favorite local orchard
South Deerfield, Massachusetts



October
Leaves in a fountain
Boston, Massachusetts




 November
LP's Birthday Pie
(it's raspberry-blueberry, in case you're wondering)  ;-)



December

Sinister Clowns
photograph from Mass MoCA
North Adams, Massachusetts

18 comments:

  1. What a great retrospective! The drawing made me smile. The Sinister Clowns remind me that I would love to visit Mass MoCA - but none of my family would be terribly interested in coming with me, so it will have to wait. The tulips are great on this cold winter day. And the red door of old Sturbridge welcomes us to visit.

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  2. I saw where Leora did this last week - such a great idea.
    You chose some of my favorites of yours - nicely done!
    Round The Bend.

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  3. These are all beautiful views! What do I like? Well, that Citroën Deux Chevaux is great. The barn and Olde Sturbridge are perfect in the barn red, the flags over the Connecticut are impressive and who doesn't love Omar? A wonderful collection in ruby, artistic captures!

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  4. A red letter day for sure!!


    Aloha, Friend


    Comfort Spiral

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  5. what a wonderful collection! i don't know which one to pick as a favorite---the red doorway, the red biked, the old barn, love 'em!

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  6. Ruby Tuesdays are always great fun to see because they're always sure to surprise and delight. You've had some great ones.

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  7. such a wonderful strand of photos, thank you for sharing a glimpse into your wonderful world!

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  8. Gina, these are great rubies but the Obama pic is top banana! Love that red tie... hope school is going well and that we see you around in 2010.

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  9. Beautiful photos all but it's the pie that really caught my attention - that looks utterly DELICIOUS!!

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  10. What a wonderful front yard view! And that pie....got leftovers? I'm heading your way right now!!

    My Ruby Tuesday is posted HERE --scroll down below the Heads or Tails Meme to find it tho!

    Happy day to you.

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  11. That's a great collection of Things With Ruby In'em!

    Sorry to have missed the clowns, that's an interesting concept.

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  12. Okay, I get it, Ruby Tuesday, as in ruby red. Is that right? I am such a dunce trying to figure out what goes where.
    I love the photos.
    By the way, it would not be one bit condescending to explain things further to me.

    peace.

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  13. Lovely photos...the first one I thought it a clothesline hehe. Thanks for sharing!

    RRT:Macopa fruit

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  14. I love your collection
    impossible to choose a favorite since they're all different and they're all so good

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  15. enjoyed your ruby tuesday retrospect...remembered many of those shots.
    happy new year!

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  16. Great pictures! Happy Ruby Tuesday!!

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  17. Thank you all so much for your kind words and wishes! I sure do hope I can visit all of your entries by week's end.

    Spadoman (Joe) - you are by NO means a dunce - it's my fault for not having explained the theme in this post: yes, you got it in context - submit a photo or photos with a little or a lot of red.

    Peace, love and all groovy things,
    Gina

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