Monday, January 3, 2011

Ruby Tuesday

On my walk around Washington Park,
I came upon a tree decorated with ornaments and tinsel garland.
Here's one of the ruby red balls enveloped in some early morning frost...
Anacortes, WA
(12/29/10)

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20 comments:

Naturedigital said...

Colorful, beautiful.
Costas

Kay L. Davies said...

What a wonderful sight to come upon.
-- K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Louis la Vache said...

It's OK to still be posting Christmas-theme images! Christmas isn't over until Twelfth Night, the Feast of the Epiphany on 6th January!

Y. Ikeda said...

Lovely and shining red ball! Well captured.

Arija said...

That is so joyful. In days of yore when our grandchildren and various conifers were small, we would all go through the garden and each hand a glass ball on a small tree so that the trees would not feel left out at Christmas time. There were thirteen of us and thirteen small trees so each got a bauble and smiled.

Blessings . . . Arija

Gattina said...

Christmas was the ideal season for Ruby Red !

iamclarizze said...

all the colors were vibrant.

imriz said...

awesome ruby shot!

Mari said...

Very pretty!

bicocacolors said...

Linnea ,...well done!!!
and thanks a lot!!!

George said...

This is a wonderful photo. The ornament really stands out. The frost just sparkles.

Tricia said...

So pretty! I see you there in the reflection, too! LoL!

Peg said...

That is really pretty. Love the frost on the ball, and your tiny reflection.

Cildemer said...

Simply lovely!
Thanks for visiting and taking the time to comment;o)

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Photo Cache said...

that's a lovely shade of red. happy new year.

Pagan Sphinx said...

Nice! Happy new year!

anne said...

Very striking photo, I love the real red color here

Lily Riani said...

the red certainly pop out

Rosadimaggio63 said...

Molto bella questa decorazione in rosso !
Buona serata e buon anno 2011 :)
Myriam

jo©o said...

Oh, to live in a place where something like that wouldn't immediately be vandalized :-(