Monday, May 31, 2010

Ruby Tueday images for 31.05.2010

RUBY TUESDAY IMAGES
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Sorry got carried away again..there is SO much red out there!Hax
The images
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The first image is a postcard l am creating.....half way through. I am having so much fun.

The next image is from Camden Market area..want to see more?... go to the past blogs about this area that l have written, in the last week or so. It is an amazing place!
Saw this ladies hair, while l was ...waiting for my bus home! l used to be this colour about 4 years ago....love this colour!
I did try to see what was in the bag...but...l failed!Ha....but I think that from the shadow l can see...they are actually running shoes! L'm so nosey!
I have a think about cranes....love them. This one is looking great against a beautiful blue sky and the English flag really makes this image, l think!
On the way home from a family funeral last week, to try and brighten the afternoon..we went for a drive via Brighton and then home. The beaches just after Brighton, were full of kite boarders...very windy but they had quite a job coping with board and wings!! Fun to watch! My son has just learnt how to do this, while he was visitng friends in Nassau, where he and we used to live. He said it was not easy but once he got going, said it was amazing but a rich boy's hobby!!Hax
Tony and l went to the cinema to see the 3D version of Alice in Wonderland and as we were there...this advert yelled at me...Ruby Tuesday needs this image!Hax

The last image is of a clown in London,  helping to advertise Ripely's museum in London! I always find clowns a little frightening..do you?
Happy Ruby Tuesday my friends.xxlynda

18 comments:

Joops said...

Great ruby finds!

Hope you can take a peek on my memorial day post dedicated to my uncle who died in Normandy France. Happy Memorial Day!

Ilanadavita said...

Nice combinations of textures!

Lynda Howells said...

Already look Joops..great imagesxlynda

Felisol said...

Here's more ruby than a poor soul can relate to. Wonderful, though.
I do wonder, who's the man in your painting.
I'm nosy too, you see, especially about what I do not understand.
Like Ripely's museum.
Never heard of it. Read "The talented Mr. Ripely" years ago.Spooky, like most British crime novels.
I'd hate to meet Mr. Ripley anywhere.
I've had all shades of red in my hair too. I think this was popularly called menopause red.
I then went back to blond, Andy Warhol blond. Awful!

Nora Johnson said...

Wonderful images - the one of Camden Market brings back so many memories too!

Have a lovely week,

LOLA:)

Greyscale Territory said...

An unbelievable range of ruby shots! Love them! Samden Market looks fascinating! And that clown in the last photo is just stunning!

Ralph said...

I always enjoy your eclectic senses, especially in the variety of rubies that are nearby your domicile. As for art, I prefer your artistic postcard to tattoos. Just my opinion :>)

Clowns can be frightening. But not this one, so artfully draped in the Union Jack. With big shoes as expected...

♣☆♥Willa♥☆♣ said...

Great Rubies for today!

Life Ramblings said...

those are lovely splashes of ruby.

A 2 Z said...

Hi Linda,

Exquisite pictures! They are all so very interesting! My oldest daughter was so afraid of clowns. She is now 22 and still does not like them. Happy RT! Thanks for sharing.

Anne-Marie

chubskulit said...

Oh i love that hair!

Honoring the heroes on Memorial Day

Rajesh said...

Beautiful images, lovely variety. The post card is creative.

Beach House Living said...

I like the crane with the flag.

Johanna S said...

What a collection of rubys - very nice pictures!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Good heavens! You are really seeing red today aren't you? Very nice images.

ShutterNinja said...

Great pics! Love them!

Robin said...

Great images. I love that first one with the knot, and Camden Market brings back great memories too. We have a lot of kiteboarders here as well, they're wonderful to watch, aren't they. Those and the parasailers above.

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Lynda Howells said...

Thank you so much for all your lovely comments.xlynda