Monday, December 1, 2008

It's beginning to look a lot like.../ Ruby Tuesday

FYI: My World is the post below.

Suddenly it's December and the holidays are upon us! Decorations are appearing on lawns, lights outline roofs and cover trees, wreaths decorate doors and gates.... Yep, it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas.

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35 comments:

People with Cameras said...

Oh that's great! Love it :)

Leora said...

Pretty colors! Love seeing the red with the snow and the green.

maryt/theteach said...

Oh, EG, a perfect sleigh for a Christmas ride to Grandma's house! Happy Ruby Tuesday! Mr. Linky is up! :)

Felisol said...

That sleigh for sure is a rare antique.
So nicely decorated for Christmas.
From Felisol

Gmj said...

Snow, cross country sking, sleighs, do I start calling you Heidi now? You have a beautiful world, and that is a pretty cool sleigh.

Paz said...

I love your photo!

Paz

Jan said...

Great RT. What a lawn ornament! Very cool.

Dora said...

Wow! So much snow...No snow at my place...:(

Small City Scenes said...

I love it. a buggy like that would look great in my pasture. That one you could make a christmas card.

Btw--I write on my calendar to remind me about theme days but you have so many other things going on you might even forget the calendar. LOL MB

~Just Me Miranda~ said...

What a beautiful sleigh

MyMaracas said...

What a perfect shot for a December Ruby Tuesday!

Ralph said...

I assume this is the very sleigh that the overplayed (at this time of the year) 'Jungle Bells'. Alas, the green patch underneath looks so non-wintry. The red bow remains the holiday focal point, however.

Carletta said...

This speaks Christmas in volumes!
Awesome find!!!
MB said it for me - the perfect Christmas card.

ellen b said...

Love this scene!! I'm ready for a ride through that winter wonderland!

Becky and Gary said...

I love old sleighs, and they look so neat decorated for Christmas.

foodiejenn said...

That's so cute! I wonder if Santa will use that to give the gifts.. =)

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Tink *~*~* said...

oh I love this sleigh! Is this on your lawn, or did you see it somewhere? I'd love to have one, but I think it would look funny with palm trees over it....

Tink *~*~*

2sweetnsaxy said...

I love this. It's very Christmasy. And leave it to me to wonder why there's a patch of green only under the sleigh.
:-)

ilanadavita said...

Lovely combination of colors.

Yen said...

The sleigh say it all! Nice!

Catherine said...

Is it the genuine sleigh of Santa Claus ? Waiting for its load of presents. Watch a little for me please. What is the Big Man going to bring me? My children are also curious.
Perfect subject for Ruby Tuesday of 1st of December. What else? Sincerely. This one makes people dream.

Julie said...

Oh I LOVE sleighs! Are the runners made from wood?

Linda said...

I'd love a ride on that sleigh.

Olga said...

Pretty picture! And now that song is going to be stuck in my head :) Thanks!

Dianne said...

that is such a lovely sleigh!!

Ladynred said...

That's perfect photo for the holiday.

see you there! said...

Are you going to use this shot for your Christmas cards this year? You should, its beautiful.

Darla

splummer said...

Hi!
Beautiful Sleigh!!! Is it a working sleigh? Take Care!!

Sherrie

Raven said...

I always love all of your photos. My favorite today was the monochrome shot... but they are all wonderful... and this Ruby Tuesday shot is so nice and Christmasy.

Mary said...

What a wonderful old sleigh! So perfect for Christmas! I like your bridge in the above post also. I like the idea of bridges between countries :-)

Pia K said...

Oh, that's pretty, pretty! Gives me a slight Narnia-feeling:)

Mary said...

Lovely!!!

Rose said...

Another one that screams "Christmas Card" to me! It could not have had better composition in my eyes.

BJ Roan said...

Perfect post for this time of year!

Kerri said...

This is Gorgegous! It looks FABULOUS in the snow!

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