Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Ruby Tuesday- Night view

I took this during the night blizzard. The snowflakes were so big and beautiful. snow at night it just a wonderful thing to me. We have what Hubby calls Stadium lights in the back yard. I turned them on and snap the photo.

Did you see the ruby in my yard. It's always there.
You can enlarge the photo to find it.

See more rubies at Work of the Poet

35 comments:

  1. Of course I"m looking for the red in the snow. I LOVE the photo though. Those flakes are IN ACTION. Also, I played all of your wind chime video clips at once. Very calming.

    Jan
    GDP

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  2. Your stadium lights sure brought life to the snowflakes.
    Just beautiful.

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  3. Me, being the wuss that I am, I would rather have NO snow. That is one amazing photo with the snowflakes and all. But, BRRRRRR!!!

    MY R T - A Ruby Ship's Bollard

    Have a super, great Tuesday!!

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  4. Well, those stadium lights come in handy for snow flake viewing.

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  5. Wonderful picture thanks for sharing. I love a snow covered landscape it's so peaceful

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  6. Is it the slide? That's a hard ruby to find!
    I love your snow shot - it's actually giving me the chills :)

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  7. Your garden is lovely in winter!

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  8. The slide?
    Your photo is stunning.

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  9. Pretty well-hidden ruby. I searched and searched before I spied the slide. Lovely photo. The snow falling against the lights' glow is perfect.

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  10. I had to look several times but then I saw it in the background ! well hidden, lol ! It's a slide or chute (don't know the word) Take the same picture without snow please, I have enough of this white stuff now !

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  11. Great shot of the snow flakes. Happy RT!

    Moms... Check Nyo

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  12. I think I was going blind, but then I saw it. I have to agree with Gattina, I think it's a slide.

    Happy RT!

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  13. Beautiful shot! And the RUBY is well hidden. :)

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  14. I see the ruby in there!! :) Love the snow falling, nice capture!

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  15. It IS the slide!! Happy Ruby Tuesday

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  16. What a great night shot! Yes, the slide...it's not easy to miss.

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  17. i see that red thing afar...cool one!

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  18. read in your profile that you had been to Germany..feel free to visit my Explore Germany site..I love this country!

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  19. I just KNOW the RED slide in your yard, Auntie E! Happy Ruby Tuesday!! :)

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  20. Very sneaky ruby you've got there, and my gosh, look at the size of those snowflakes!

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  21. I think the S-shaped slide is in red - the fresh snow is lovely as it falls with abandon on the landscaped yard. The look is of peace and quiet, the snow a natural sound deadener - very nice to view if not to shovel...

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  22. oh! i love it, the snow. there's something magical and enchanting about it!

    i looked hard and can't find it...wait! was it the slide!

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  23. Pretty red slide showing through the flakes.

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  24. I clicked to enlarged and saw it!

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  25. The slide is really super showing through the snowy scene! I started to leave you a comment yesterday and must have been interrupted...sorry! Anway, have a great day! Coralie

    P.S. If you have a chance, please visit my daughter Carrie's blog (www.carriesayer.com) as she writes about her husband's loss of job last week. They have two toddlers and are trying to stay positive! I know she'd appreciate a visit!

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  26. What a BEAUTIFUL wintry photo from your world with a bit of ruby red ;-)
    Hugs and blessings,

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  27. Beautiful photo. I'm ready for spring though :)
    Visiting from Harriet & Friends.

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  28. dear auntie e..
    this is soooo beautiful and coming from a disliker of winter and snow, this is quite a compliment!.
    is that a ruby water slide that you have in your yard?
    you have the same kind of bird bath as we do!
    thanks for your visit and sorry that it took so long for me to get here!!!!love terry

    ps..you have lovely hair just as pretty as the little northern nana, pea has!

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  29. Hi there Auntie E!

    I'm stopping by to thank you for taking on the Comment Challenge.
    Good luck and thanks!
    Harriet

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  30. very nice shot. i grew up in a tropical climate and never experienced seeing snowflakes falling from the sky. thanks for sharing this pic.

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  31. I just wanted to say I love your little candle lanterns around the birdbath. I am a big fan of burning candles in the yard. I always have a whole bunch in my yard during the summer. I put them in jars and I have a few lanterns too. It is so peaceful to watch them all burning whether I'm sitting outside or watching them through my living room window. That is a beautiful capture of the nighttime snow.

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