Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Ruby Tuesday- Nations Capital Sighting



Today we Vote, here in the USA. I thought I would give you some Rubies of our Nations Capital, Washington DC.
Our Nations' Capital Building


*Quote is from the Smithsonian History Site. It is Hyperlinked to learn more about this building.
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28 comments:

  1. Nice photos Auntie E. Have a nice day!

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  2. lovely post! What a nice red house.

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  3. Your photos are wonderful! Love all the scenic pictures and natural color! Really awesome!!!

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  4. Great post Auntie E! I have such fond memories of visiting The Smithsonian as a child and then again as a teen. It truly is a national treasure. I STILL have a book I bought with my allowance about the huge dollhouse on display and that was 45 years ago! Thank you for visiting my blog this morning and leaving such a nice comment. Have a great day, Nan

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  5. Loved your post, I have never been there.
    Ruby Tuesday

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  6. I have not had the opportunity to visit the Smithsonian. Thanks for the glimpse!

    Thanks also for visiting my place, I hope you come back some time!

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  7. Beautiful pictures, and an interesting little history lesson!
    Thanks for commenting on my blog :-)

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  8. I like the flowers its so lovely

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  9. Great choices for today. I like the flowers too.

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  10. I love all the photos. The flowers looks so lovely.

    Thanks for dropping to my RT.

    Have a great day.

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  11. Oh, we were there this summer! I took photos of that garden, too. But we didn't go inside that lovely building. So many museums in Washington.

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  12. Lovely election day rubies.

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  13. great shots...I love the last one a lot!

    have a wonderful day Auntie E...thanks for dropping by...glad to be here!

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  14. Interesting views of Washington. Thanks for your visit.

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  15. DC seems so classy, a large town it feels like with the building height restrictions. Classy brick walk and of course, the Smithsonian are beautiful - and great rubies, too!

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  16. Hello Auntie E! What a great educational red post! Sweepy would love for you to visit him too!

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  17. Beautiful place looks quiet. and the flower is pretty. I love the red and yellow combination in it

    Spider Man and Minnie Mouse

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  18. Neat post! And it's important to vote. :)

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  19. We didn't go to Washington DC on our last roadtrip and I'm kind of sad about that. We decided that it probably deserved a roadtrip all for itself -- and I hope we get to do that before too long.
    (so many places, so little time!)

    Your pictures are quite elegant!

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  20. Your information on the Smithsonian was new infor for me. As a lover of everything castle related I will have to move our visit to DC up a few notches on the to do list.

    Very interesting post. Thanks for stopping by to see my chicken truck. And, yes i agree. Looks as if the chickens do talk in Doolittle, Mo.

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  21. Beautiful photos and lovely place.

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  22. great shots. DC offers so much to see and do!

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  23. Great photos - I love the building with all its towers ;-)
    Have a nice weekend!

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  24. These are so exciting to see. I sure hope we get a chance to travel and visit DC someday.

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