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Ruby Tuesday: Spring and Flowers and YaddaYaddaYadda… May 24, 2010

Posted by littlebangtheory in Art and Nature, macro photos.
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These things, among others, caught my attention on the Bridge of Flowers.

An iris:

Yeah, it’s semi-ruboid, but we’re commin’ on Tuesday, and it’s time to put up or shut up.

So, onward.

Poppy Guts:

Some sort of red shrub, didn’t catch its name:

…and a fringed tulip, quite a sight amongst its plainer cousins:

The Bridge of Flowers in Shelburne Falls is a bit like cheating, and  I promise (with fingers crossed) to avoid it in the future.

Thanks to Mary over at Work of the Poet for this delightful meme!


1. chubskulit - May 24, 2010

Lovely shots! I love the tulip!

2. teenasutton - May 24, 2010

excellent shots of flowers, wonderful close-up, good stuff! Happy Ruby Tuesday ❤

3. Anne-Marie - May 25, 2010


That fringed tulip is quite unusual. Your yadayada make me laugh! Maybe we should create a “joke” blog hop one of these days. I know I could use a few good jokes these days. Thanks for sharing.


4. LOLA! - May 25, 2010

Like the fringed tulip best – looks quite fragile!

Happy RT!


5. Delphyne - May 25, 2010

Poppy guts! Ha! Lovely pictures!

6. Around the Island - May 25, 2010

Semi-ruboid and poppy guts – I think you’re my new best friend LOL.

I’ve entered a major international photo competition (details are on my blog) and would be most grateful if you’d click through and rate my portfolio (just click on the stars at the bottom (preferably the 5th star – “fantastic” – LOL), easy peasy, no registration or personal details needed). Thanks so much!

7. littlebangtheory - May 25, 2010


8. timothy Murdock - May 25, 2010

ohhh my arent those flame boyant!! Nice shots

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