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Monday, March 15, 2010

waning winter

A walk in the neighborhood to check on the snow melt unearthed this bridge--which I've posted photos of before--uncovered and sharing the lake's edge with new growth of bushes. Bright, blissful reds! See more at Ruby Tuesday.

15 comments:

lynda Howells said...

hi, love this little red brige..very japanese looking. Where is it? A beautiful image for Ruby red tuesdayxlynda

Ralph said...

The red shrub is a true ruby - we think only of the foliage in red, the trunk and branches are so unique. The bridge is a nice looking weathered and bold paint, and offers a nice walk over the brook. Minnesota is such a lovely state!

Titania said...

This is such a pretty picture. the small bridge with its fading splash of red colour. The brave, red shrubs in the background and the mellow winter grass still bent from the pressure of the snow. Still there is sort of a spring like feeling to it.

Eaton Bennett said...

Gorgeous bridge, very Japanese...kinda matches my RT. Hope you post a photo of this in the spring when it's all green and leafy.

My RT on Silently Mine. :))

Carolyn Ford said...

Beautiful Japanese style bridge...and glorious day...color is returning to your part of the world! Enjoy the arrival of spring very soon.

Robin said...

What a shock of red, that bush too. Great RT choice.

Auntie E said...

Love that worn bridge. So much character.
My Ruby Link for you

Donna said...

Pretty in here sweetie!!
Love the photo!!
hughugs

Daryl said...

Look at you! All spiffed up! I love the new look and thats a super photo

daylily777 said...

Beautiful pic !Spring will be here soon.
Blessings,
~Myrna

i beati said...

a bright spot in the day sandy

Jientje said...

That's a pretty bridge,I love how the red bushes echo the color.

♥ Kathy said...

What a cool bridge! Happy Ruby Tuesday!

Marice said...

so cute! the red bridge really stood out!

u may view mine here

Felisol said...

The hints of ruby in the naked spring. Just beautiful.
This is the time of year I love the most. The tiny snow drops are peeking up and greenish points of daffodils to come.
Lets stay up and stay outdoors.
Time of winter sleep is over.
Your bubbling brook is singing day and night.....