Monday, January 18, 2010

Ruby Tuesday


 Reading Room Only


The chair is yellow! But there is plenty of red in the background and quite artsy to explore if you click on it!



Dusty Typwriters



Bench


 Taken last week at The Book Mill, Montague Massachusetts


Ruby Tuesday   features photo entries containing a little or a lot of red and today Mary is featuring a tribute to Dr. King



13 comments:

  1. This looks like a delightful place to wander and browse!

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  2. Excellent post, Sphinx! I love all those books with RED! And the old RED typewriter and the RED stool seat! Job well done! Happy Ruby Tuesday! :)

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  3. I like the room and its contents red or not. Beautiful art books, charming old typewriters and the wooden chair in front of the icons.
    The Book Mill must be quite a place to visit.
    From Felisol

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  4. That really does look like a cool place to hang out. Love those typewriters.

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  5. The artists tomes each has ruby on each jacket. Those who more than dabble in acrylics seem to have an affinity for red. The dusty typewriters have a charm, the red one a little more stylish. The workstool in red seems to offer more to the worker - when we see the red, we are ready to work. I am unsure as to what it is about red, but life and living seem more fun in red...

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  6. i live in massachusetts, but ive never heard of montague. havw you heard of carver?

    great snapshots!

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  7. Hi, I'm really not a blogger, but I've recently come across some beauties and just wanted to touch base and say hi from across the waves. Being of the practical inclination I really prefer forums to blogs because you can get to the point quicker - in the hope that some joint action might come out of it, but its not the way with most people and blogs seem here to stay. Generally they are too much reading for me, but i do like the images (they can speak a thousand words - like the look in Emily Dickinson's eyes).

    I felt I should write to you because I recently put in some favourite movies etc on my, very small blog, and one of them is Love and Anarchy - to which most people say - what? But I've discovered that 24 other bloggers have listed the same movie, and you being one of them I looked at your site. I couldn't believe all the parallels with movies and music. Though I am turning 59 in February so a little older than you. Like you I am somehow drawn to seek out justice and have generally throughou my life been connected with some form or other of campaign. I do have good friends (most who don't know the said movie) but it is lovely to connect with others who are on a similar wavelength. Would be interesting to have a talk about Love and Anarchy (why you listed it etc.) at some time. If you are maybe you could go a blog about it and I'll check back later. Take care and best from Australia, Joannie

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  8. Love to browse those books, the red typewriter is unique. Thanks for sharing!

    RT:Strawberries

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  9. it looks like a great place to visit
    so many wonderful things all around

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  10. I love that red stool. I think all that dust would make me sneeze. I would love to just hang out and read those art books.

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  11. Joannie - so, Love and Anarchy brought you here! :-) I love old Italian films, having seen a few of my father's favorites with him, long after they were classics - Love and Anarchy was one of them. There is something about Italian - I love the language and being a native speaker of Portuguese, it always amazes me how well I understand it. Often better than a lot of the dialects of Spain. When I was in Barcelona, I had to ask people to repeat themselves and then they would invariably try speaking English! Thanks for the visit and I hope you come back and share your thoughts.

    To everyone: the Book Mill is a very cool place. Their motto is: "a place you can't find filled with books you don't need". My kind of place!

    Thank you all for dropping by. I hope I can visit all of your entries soon.

    All the love,
    Pagan Sphinx

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