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Ruby Tuesday! September 30, 2008

Posted by littlebangtheory in Art and Nature, Ruby Tuesday!.
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Man, what to do with all these pictures of red things?

I know…  join the fun at Work of the Poet, where every Tuesday is Ruby Tuesday!

Here’s a barn along a winding road, from last weekend.  It ran red in the rain , heavy with permanence, the functional heart of a nearby farm:

…and a long, slow shot of a leaf beneath the surface of a knee-deep brook, taken as my awareness of the cool water disappeared into the still, misty air:

And today after work I was compelled to hang a u-turn and pull over across the street from a particularly stunning maple to pick out fragments of it’s splendor with my new 400mm lense:

Still getting the hang of that one, and will be for some time, I do suppose.

Hope that put a little extra Ruby in your Tuesday!

Oh, and H/T to The Pagan Sphinx for hooking me up with this beautiful site!

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1. Sylvia Kirkwood - September 30, 2008

Exquisite photos and colors — as always! Thanks for the pleasure!

2. dianne - September 30, 2008

Welcome to Ruby Tuesday!

You’re going to see red everywhere lol

love the barn
one of my dreams is to live in a converted barn in the NW

3. littlebangtheory - September 30, 2008

Go for it, Gurrrl! 😉

4. sherry - October 1, 2008

that is so great!

a lot of the barns around here have been converted to a house. i love them but it takes so much money.

5. The Pagan Sphinx - October 3, 2008

Oh, CR! I didn’t know until today that you’d participated. That’s a fabulous first RT post!


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