Monday, 12 October 2009

Ruby Tuesday Moments









My first post for Ruby Tuesday, Hope you all enjoy!!!

a Red Dahlia (Eric the Red)
 a Bud of a Prickly Pear Cactusa
 a Pink Rose ( Queen Elizabeth II)
a Red Rose (Dr Huey)
a Red Lily (Red Blazer)

27 comments:

  1. oh! oh! oh!
    sonny i am speechless!!
    i will email you now and send you over to mary the teach....oh so nice.love terry

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  2. All these ruby flowers are beautiful, with many shapes and details unique to each - shades of red being the constant. Fine Ontarian captures here!

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  3. you DO have a clue sonny and like i said this is beautiful but don't you ever get our beloved manitoba out of your brain OR out of your HEART..love terry

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  4. Ha Ha
    Did you know I did a mural at Brooke School for a competition in Manitoba's Centennial Year, Winners got show their murals. It was large and I actually one for Daly County. It was shown in Winnipeg at the Legislative Building. Big moment for me.

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  5. What a beautiful garden you must have!

    Signed,
    Envious in Central Ontario

    My Ruby Tueday post is here
    White Stuff

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  6. aw way too bad!
    when bernie and i went to manitoba that first year to the base and saw that dear school torn down, it really broke my heart and i guess your mural was torn down with it, eh?
    or did it sonny..do you think they still have it it the legeslative building?

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  7. Looks like a wonderful first post for Ruby Tuesday. Your red flowers are all stunning.
    I loved them all but my favorites are the lilies.

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  8. Last I was there at the Legislative Building 1991 I asked about that. They where all taken to the Provincial Archives for future showings and preservation at some future event. That is so cool. That mural will last well after I am gone.I did get go and did see it there in 1970 it was in the main lobby with numerous others. Each county had one represented.
    I had a Red River Cart leaving the East and entering the Red River Valley. The back ground showed small provincial flags of the then Canada being distant in the background and a huge Golden Boy in the foreground with light radiating from it. foreground.

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  9. Hi Mary this is for Ruby Tuesday. I really enjoy your site and had the pleasure of exploring to-day. Thanx to Terry S.I discovered it

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  10. These are gorgeous! I especially like that first shot.
    Glad you joined us!
    You have some beautiful posts here.
    Carletta’s Captures.

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  11. How nice. what a great collection of Ruby things.

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  12. reg, your photos for Ruby Tuesday are excellent! Especially the RED dahlia! I will thank Terry doe sending you by. I'm so glad you joined in to post for this Special day! :)

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  13. All so beautiful. I hardly know where to look first. Must admit though,the second really holds my attention. The bud looks like it is weeping drops of blood.

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  14. they are so pretty! I especially like the dahlia. my RT is up too.

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  15. A great first post. I think that cactus is really neat!

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  16. oohhh so beautiful!
    all the great shades of red in one place!

    come and visit my place

    xoxo

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  17. Wow are these real flowers! They're beautiful! Happy RT! :)

    My RT entry is here.

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  18. O wow all these compliments will go to my head. With so many comments here I will have to continue posting to Ruby Tuesdays

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  19. i am so happy for you sonny..
    i just KNEW that the ruby tuesdayers would love you and your flowers...you are a smart boy...love terry

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  20. What wonderful red flowers for the theme!!
    Happy RT, mine is here!

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  21. These are just gorgeous ruby colors!

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  22. i love this blog great colors and so many names and different plants

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  23. gorgeous closeups of red flowers for Ruby Tuesday!

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  24. those are really nice photos. I love the red flowers!

    Mine's up too.

    http://hunnynicquee.blogspot.com/2009/10/ruby-tuesday-2.html

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  25. Thank-you all for so many comments and the such. I have looked at every ones Blog that had a Url attached. All of which are increbile, giving me ideas for my own

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