Jan 19, 2010

RUBY RED


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In my garden

16 comments:

Thom said...

These photos are brilliant my friend. I love how the red is just by itself. Well done :) Happy RT

Chie Wilks said...

oh..the snow ruins the plants in your garden but at least the snow left some beautiful ruby

mine's here

Ivon said...

A little snow and a little red. Awesome picture. Thanks for sharing.

diane said...

The little red berries really stand out against the snow. Very pretty.

Hootin' Anni said...

Those berries...well let me put it this way Gattina...the pictures of photo perfect!

My Ruby Tuesday is HERE. Do come join me if you can find time today.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Red rowan berries
still cling to snowy branches—
morsels for starlings.

Torrent of poinsettias!

shopannies said...

love how the red berries play off the wrought iron

Stephanie V said...

Just a spark of red. Very effective! I like the contrasts.

Joops said...

beautiful cherry!

Art Explorations of my kids is my entry for Ruby Tuesday!

imac said...

Dont those red berries make your photo colourful -in all that snow.

happilyretired said...

Lovely rubies in your wintry world as your kitty snoozes on the red pillow!
Hugs and blessings,

Manang Kim said...

Berries makes the snow very dramatic. Thanks for sharing!

RT:Strawberries

moorebloglife said...

BerryLicious Gattina, just awesome!

Ralph said...

The littlest of reds is mighty, the ruby looks much bigger than real. That is because in a time of snow, red appears so lively and we think of Spring to come in two months. A perfect ruby on a cold day!

Dianne said...

the bit of red behind the snow covered iron fence is so lovely

Jama said...

A little bit of red to sparkle the white snow, perfect!