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Tuesday, June 15, 2010

red abounding


This tulip's last hurrah seemed elegant enough to capture in a neighbor's yard in May.

Fast forward to this weekend where we wandered around an annual vintage motorcycle show. This gorgeous Indian from the 1950's was one of my favorites.

Enjoy more reds here.

11 comments:

Pietro said...

Very beautiful "Ruby Tuesday" post, Noni. The image of the tulip is so charming!
I haven't seen the film 'Picasso and Braque Go to the Movies' by Arne Glimcher. About Picasso, I have seen the film "Le mystère Picasso" (1956), directed by Henri-Georges Clouzot.
Have a great week :-)

Auntie E said...

That flower is glorious looking. I love the way it looks great color combination.
My ruby link for you

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

one tulip
unfurling, fading
petals fall

Red-Sash Window (With Gum!)

Ma.links said...

Beautiful flower. Great shot!

Snap said...

Delightful! Tulip and cycle ... what a combo!

Marianne said...

Beautiful reds. The Indian motorcycle holds a very special place in my heart. weird, nothing 'personal' but I've always loved them.
THAT was a Motorcycle!

reg said...

That Tulip is just amazing. Sadly mine are completely finished for a while now

Ralph said...

The classic Indian motorcycle is beautiful in ruby. A large bike manufactured not too far from us (Springfield MA), a classic who closed down in 1953. I believe the Indian has been revived, but the originals are great show bikes...

Donna said...

Love the flower, but LOVE the Indian!!Hahaaa
hughugs

maryt/theteach said...

Noni, fantastic blossom and a hot, RED motorcycle! Happy Ruby Tuesday! :)

Daryl said...

Love your reds!