Monday, October 26, 2009

Port Perry Doorway/ Ruby Tuesday



The day I took this photo my eyes were searching for red...for Ruby Tuesday, of course!

Seeing red? Why not join in the Ruby Tuesday fun, by visiting MaryT at http://workofthepoet.blogspot.com/

46 comments:

Betty said...

That looks like a fun store. Lots of red for Ruby Tuesday. I want to go there.

Judy said...

it is so cool when you look at a photo like this and say i have shopped there!!!

Jane said...

Very rustic looking shop, thanks for sharing EG:)

Leora said...

I would love to see the inside of the store. It does look inviting.

Diane AZ said...

Looks like there's no shortage of the color red at Luke's Country Store. I like those bright red flowers in front of the darker red shop.

Robin said...

Custom-painted for Ruby Tuesday for sure :).

maryt/theteach said...

Well, EG, you certainly found RED! I love this post! Happy Ruby Tuesday! :)

PERBS said...

I thinbk you found what you were looking for!

I see I missed yoru post from yesterday too. . . so going to visit spider and leave a note there too.

Patti said...

And your search was successful.
;-)
That store looks like a great place to poke around in for a while.

Happy RT!

eileeninmd said...

You did have a successful search, I like the old country stores. This one is cool with the old signs and of course the lovely red.

Marites said...

it looks like a very established store. I would love to check it out too:)happy RT!

Michelle said...

Such a neat shot. Very rustic.

Marice said...

they are right.. very rustic and i like that shade of red.

u may view mine if u have time

Martha in PA said...

I love it, the perspective is awesome!

Happy RT!

My RT

Felisol said...

The inviting shop seems to be decorated for a Ruby Tuesday.
Hope the inside matches the lovely entrance.
I sure would like to take a peek.
From Felisol

Rose said...

That's a lot of red!

Jama said...

That a lot of red for the store!

Jacob said...

You did good, looking for red. It would appear to be an interesting shop...do you know it or shop there?

√ Abraham Lincoln said...

That is a nice sign.

marian said...

ooohh i'd like to have a rummage through that store!

Ralph said...

A lovely building, the fading ruby color surrounding Luke is washed out beautifully. Lots of rubies here, I enjoy visiting antique stores - not for fine antiques, but signs and other funky decorations!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Jacob, I have never shopped there. But I know people who love it.

Dianne said...

you sure did find red!
lovely shop

moosh said...

I love all the red. Looks like afun shop. The flowers look very pretty. HRT

dot said...

Looks like a fun place to visit!

Tammie Lee said...

so many ruby shades in this! Wonderful photo of this place~

Becky and Gary said...

My goodness you didn't have to look very far for red did you. What a beauty.
You'd love to visit Presque Isle. It's a beautiful and interesting drive any time of the year too.
Let me know if you ever decide to wonder down this way. I could be your tour guide...
B

Meikah said...

You sought for red, and you found red! Happy RT indeed! :D

My entry is here.

Carolyn Ford said...

What a great store...rustic and with such character. Just the kind of places I love to enter!

chubskulit said...

Love that rustic look and lots of pretty reds in it..

Come and see what I have got in my page for Ruby Tuesday.N

Small City Scenes said...

I'd say you found plenty of red. Nice shot and neat looking store. MB

Loree said...

Ruby Tuesday just gets you addicted doesn't it? I am always looking for red these days.

Icy BC said...

Oh I love this shot of the red entrance..Beautiful!

B SQUARED said...

Looks like you found it.

Cezar and Léia said...

Well done! Fabulous red post!
Lucky girl! :)
Léia

moorebloglife said...

Boy that is the rubiest! Even the old signs are red this was lots of fun to look at, love the old Gillette sign!

Stephanie V said...

I love these old stores. Funny how we get to looking for those RT subjects! Good bunch of reds.

Raven said...

Lovely shot. I hope it's as much fun to shop in as it appears to be.

Mikabella said...

A wonderful shade off red! Nice!

storyteller said...

What a perfect capture for Ruby Tuesday ... love this! Thanks so much for visiting Small Reflections. I'm glad you enjoyed my Napoleon Hill quote. Your macro photo of the spider is marvelous and reminds me that I took spider shots recently so maybe I'll participate next week if time permits. I enjoyed your weathered barn and the boat tethered to the tree too. It's so hard to stay current these days because life's been busy, but I do what I can and I always learn something from your beautiful photos.
Hugs and blessings,

kaye said...

I love how the gold lettering pops off the red building.

ilanadavita said...

Very nice shot. I like the angle too.

ellen b said...

Looks like a store I'd like to explore!
Happy RT to you!

The Cunning Runt said...

Yep, that's RED alright! :)

Postcards from Wildwood said...

I love this photograph! To me it just says 'small American town' like the illustrations in storybooks and on designs for quilting fabric! So lovely!
Janice.

Iowa Gardening Woman said...

Your eyes found red.

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