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Ruby Tuesday On The Deerfield River. October 18, 2010

Posted by littlebangtheory in Art and Nature, Ruby Tuesday!.
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Autumn in New England + Ruby Tuesday = Just Too Easy!

At the risk of being clichéd (but with a promise to keep it brief,) here’s a single Rubylicious shot of the Deerfield river in Shelburne Falls:

That’s ivy and Virginia creeper on a light pole on, you guessed it, the Bridge of Flowers.

And a promise being a promise, that’s it for now.  If you want more of The Ruby, please visit Mary over at Work of the Poet!

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1. Liz - October 18, 2010

Awesome capture. Happy RT!

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2. Maria @ LSS - October 18, 2010

Simply breathtaking!

3. Ralph - October 18, 2010

This river is outstanding in its beauty up there – in the more urban riverscape down here (Housatonic, Naugatuck), it is nice then it is urban, and so forth. Up there, it is all nice it seems the entire length. Wonderful and colorful foliage, too!

4. Hootin' Anni - October 19, 2010

So very, VERY beautiful.

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5. littlebangtheory - October 19, 2010

Thank you all! And Ralph, yeah, it’s beautiful and relatively pristine up this way (though there’s the usual degradation where the river parallels the road and there are villages and such.) It’s easy to take it for granted until one goes elsewhere (or takes up photography,) and then the rare beauty of the place becomes abundantly apparent!

6. Mauigirl - October 21, 2010

Gorgeous. Love fall foliage!


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