Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Ruby Tuesday - Seasons in Red

Currently winter
Spring to come
Summer brings berries...
...and autumn red leaves


Jan said...

Very nice series, Pia. The top photo is great and the berries made my mouth water. You should be a food stylist.

Linnea W said...

Oh my, your shots are absolutely gorgeous. The summer berries look delicious. Great RR selections. Happy day from the USA!

Anonymous said...

Very cleverly done Pia, and beautiful photos too! I love the first photo...I have always wanted a red house.
Thanks for stopping by my RT. The red circle at the top of the fire hydrant is there so that if the hydrant is covered in snow, the firemen know where to find it!

Happy Ruby Tuesday:)

aforkfulofspaghetti said...

Lovely warming pictures, Pia!

Ralph said...

With the current winter, I long for the eds to be found in two other seasons: The flowers are beautiful, and look like May, the fresh berries make an elegant desert in the summer.

The autumn leaves look nice, but by the time we see this foliage, winter is that much closer. I like the four season climate, but I am tired of snow, at least in Connecticut.

Great shots, as always...

Felisol said...

Hi, Pia K,
A wonderful, uplifting Ruby Tuesday from Sweden.
First pure winter idyll.
Then the hope of spring.
Magnificent taste of summer.
To end in a flaming foliage.
A perfect composition.
Life is just that great.

From Felisol

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Oh, Pia! his is such a lovely post. Bravo!!

Babs (Beetle) said...

Lovely idea for Ruby Tuesday. Love them all!

splummer said...

Beautiful Photos!! I like the spring one the most and wishing it was here already! I'm tired of snow and cold! Thanks for stopping by my place. Have a great day!!


P.S. Your cat and sheep kettle holders are cute!!

Anonymous said...

*gasp!* Excellent Ruby Tuesday photos. Love them!


♥peachkins♥ said...

I love your photos!♥

thanks for visiting!

Eaton Bennett said...

Pia, these are beautiful photos, the first one is really lovely. I've been to Sweeden and my first night there was the first snow of the season, everything looked like a white fairyland. :)

People with Cameras said...

Oh that's a wonderful set of photos! The first one makes winter look so wonderful - even though I'm counting the days until spring! ;)

tr3nta said...

nice reds!!!... I'm back from vacation... which u a nice 2009

edson_dias said...

your pictures are beautiful. Full of life

Pia K said...

Thanks, Jan, oh gosh, yes food stylist would be a neat job to have!

Thanks ever som much for a sweet comment, Linnea!

Bella - thanks! Well I have always wanted to live in a yellow house with white corners, now I live in a red one instead, that works too:)

Ralph - thanks for a well composed and kind comment, as usual:)

Pia K said...

Thanks, AFoS, glad you liked them!

Felisol - oh, indeed it can be, thanks for your personal, sweet and well put comment, as always:)

Your EG Tour Guide - how very kind of you, thanks!

Thanks, Babs, glad you enjoyed your visit here!

Pia K said...

Hi splummer, great that you enjoyed your visit here and may spring hurry up then!

Wow, thanks, Paz!

peachkins, thanks, that's sweet of you!

Eaton B - thanks, sounds like you enjoyed your visit to the fair winterland of Sweden then:)

Pia K said...

People with Cameras - thanks for such a kind comment!

tr3nta - thanks! And a happy new 2009 to you to, hope your vacation has been a good one!

edson_dias - thank you very much, for a thoughtful comment!

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