Monday, January 25, 2010

Clock Tower/ Ruby Tuesday


The clock tower on the uxbridge, Ontario, Library



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

38 comments:

Craver Vii said...

Do you know the cuckoo who lives in there?

Betty said...

Very lovely Ruby Tuesday I like the contrast between the shingles and the red trim and is that a tiny bit of snow I see?

Tricia said...

What a beauty!

Jarart said...

Clock towers are so pretty. This one looks like it might be old?

Cezar and Léia said...

This red mix perfectly with the tower.Adorable clock tower in a beautiful morning!
Léia

Kerri said...

Quite a lovely structure!!

Leif Hagen said...

An impressive clock - easy to see what time it is but looking at the tower!

Ralph said...

This is a wonderful tower, its classic shape formed by the brick, shingle roof and ruby detailing. Modern architecture is probably more efficient - but lacking in the beauty of the past...

toby said...

Ooh, I like it a lot! What a perfect ruby :)

Patti said...

I also like the architectural details, as that Ralph person said, ;-)

This looks like it's quite old. Or is it just built to look old?

Happy Ruby Tuesday!

Risa said...

Lovely addition to RT

Hootin' Anni said...

This wonderful photo says so much in all its simplicity. Love it.

My R T is posted early on Monday afternoon...hehehehehe

HERE You'll need to scroll down a bit below my Tuesday's Heads or Tails meme.

kaye said...

perfect :)

Paulie said...

I like the unique bell tower a lot! And I saw that blue sky you are having too! We had a little blue peeking thru today but it is all gray clouds and rain again now. sigh

Kris said...

That is truly pretty. I adore towers like that. I never get as good shots as you obviously did, though. Lovely. Thanks.

Jacob said...

This clock tower looks like it belongs somewhere in England...

Very nice composition, EG! The red "shutters" make the photo (well, the clock, too, of course!).

George said...

I really like this clock tower. It's perfect for Ruby Tuesday.

Carletta said...

Such quaint and loving architecture against a perfect blue sky!

Felisol said...

A special bell tower from about 80-100 years ago, I guess. I like the strong, clear lines,rectangular and circular. The red wood(?) enhances the building, brings dynamic and character to it.
Great shot.
Great building.
From Felisol
P.S.Hope you like the Ken Follet. It's some brick to come through, but it sure is worth while doing.

Becky and Gary said...

That is just beautiful EG. I love the architecture.That little snow just sets it off perfectly.
B.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Love clock towers, EG... That one is gorgeous --and especially good to feature on Ruby Tuesday.
Hugs,
Betsy

luna miranda said...

we don't have this kind of clock tower here. it's beautiful!

Jama said...

Impressive! is that a bit of snow I see near the clock?

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Beautifully done photo. Going back to your blog now to figure out where East Gwillimbury is. Thanks for sharing.

RuneE said...

That kind of architecture just begs for a photographer. Lots of interesting details.

laura said...

Gorgeous photo!! Love it!

√ Abraham Lincoln said...

A beautiful picture. I wonder how often somebody gets up there to paint?

Robin said...

What a cool structure, I'd never have guessed that it's a library.

ilanadavita said...

Your photos are always wonderful. This one is no exception.

see you there! said...

The tiny bit of detail (metal?) at the top just sets it off.

Darla

Dianne said...

beautiful !!

Joops said...

Great shot, its beautiful!

Cleveland Airport for Ruby Tuesday

Stephanie V said...

Very European-looking clock tower. I love the angles in the roof.

Annie said...

Wow. Love this clock tower. Plain and simple.

moorebloglife said...

Very impressive the would be awesome as an HDR image, very cool indeed! Happy RT!

Michelle said...

What a pretty clock tower.

Rose said...

EG!!! I love this one!

Helena said...

That is a seriously cool clock tower!

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