Apr 21, 2009

RUBY RED TUESDAY

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From my train wagon I could see this red train standing on the next platform

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my train of course looked different !

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I sat in this wagon !

23 comments:

quilly said...

Your train car was the flamboyant member of the Wagon family.

luna miranda said...

the red train is an elegant lady, yours is a hip-hop teenager.:D

Minkydo said...

That is quite a contrast.

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Mar said...

Love urban art!!
:)

Ivon said...

I think you sat in the kids wagon. :)

thanks for sharing two interesting photos.

chrome3d said...

It´s good for the young at heart. :-)

Eaton Bennett said...

The red train is very nice, but your train is WOW! Happy RT! :)

Jama said...

Nice piece of art on your train!

Bonnie Bonsai said...

It's gorgeous! Different colours in different places!

EastCoastLife said...

I like your train better. :)

The Good Life in Virginia said...

the graffiti covered trains are something...noticed many this time while traveling through italy.
have a wonderful day...

Amanda Guthrie said...

Wow that is some artistic graffiti! by the way I love the new template for your blog it is very pretty!

Patti said...

That's quite the colorful train car you were in, Gattina, but the other is perfect for Ruby Tuesday ~

Your EG Tour Guide said...

The car you traveled in sure is snazzy!

Dianne said...

you had the artist's train!! how cool :)

Nukke said...

Beautiful trains !!!!

humanobserver said...

very colourful trains :)

Sukhmandir Kaur said...

Quite a difference huh! I guess both get you where you want to go ulitmately. Happy WW

I am Harriet said...

LOL...things have changed...

imac said...

Now, thats different, a jazzed up carrage.
W ell caught.

Roger said...

Happy Ruby Tuesday G! Love the trains!! :D

Greyscale Territory said...

The ruby train looks so dignified and your train looks so wild! Great contrast!

Catherine said...

I like this vintage red train. It looks like what we called, years ago, "micheline", a little train that made short route.
You've chosen the modern one, the XXIst century one.
So funny.