Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Ruby Tuesday -Peppermint Garden

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This is a fallen leaf from my yard. I love the way it looks. Reds to orange. We use to wax these and save them. Great memories.



Just taken, the roses are still getting their last views in...Winter's coming and the peppermint is in the garden.The White and Red Swirl was a surprise. Almost like it knew I needed a Ruby for Tuesday.
You can enlarge for a close up view.

16 comments:

  1. Good morning Auntie E. Your leaf is so pretty. I recall the waxing process very vaguely. I'll have to google that to remind myself in detail. I don't believe I have ever seen this variety of rose. I don't remember it even when I visited the Portland Rose Garden. How perfectly gorgeous. Happy RT to you.

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  2. Such beautiful flowers in red, pink and white.
    I should also like to learn more about the waxing of beautiful leaves.
    Has someone really found a way to catch their elusive beauty?
    From felisol

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  3. They are beautiful Auntie E. Happy RT!

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  4. Both are pretty but I like the leaf a lot. Happy Ruby Tuesday!

    Mine are here and here.

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  5. Beautiful shots. I haven't thought about waxing leaves in years...

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  6. Hi Antie E, your photos are very pretty. I love the autumn leaf especially. Btw, what do you call that shrub/tree in your header?

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  7. A leaf and a rose - makes me happy! Thanks for sharing the beauty.

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  8. The end-of-season garden pictures are stunning, the candy cane leaves look so holiday seasonal. Nice final views prior to Winter's cold!

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  9. The colors are great in both shots.

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  10. wow that two-toned rose really look lovely! almost seems like edited :) great capture!

    u may view mine if u have time

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  11. Great post. I love all the photos. You captured them wonderfully

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  12. Thanks for the visit and comment! Your rose is lovely, I've never seen one in peppermint candy colors before! And I also am curious about waxing leaves...

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  13. Lovely photos. How nice that you still have some life. Winter has pretty much set in here in the north east where I am. Happy Ruby Tuesday.

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  14. Between my fingers
    a single crimson leaf glows,
    warming heart and soul.

    My Ruby Tuesday

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