Monday, October 25, 2010

Ruby Tuesday

Today we celebrate Ruby Tuesday again. I went to Brooklyn to find some wonderful shots for today. We took Jarome to the park and passed this beautiful front door on the way.
A brownstone in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn.

Don't forget to sign Mr. Linky and visit your RT friends.


51 comments:

Nora Johnson said...

Love those pots!

XOXO LOLA:)

Life Ramblings said...

what a gorgeous setting. those pots are eye-catching. Happy Ruby Tuesday!

HOOTIN' ANNI said...

Love the header for your blog Mary!!

I'll be back later to add my post...I'm just now beginning to work on it.

EG Wow said...

I like those ruby red pots with white flowers. Very attractive. :)

Leora said...

Mary, I think my father grew up on Carroll Street in Brooklyn... of course, I have no idea where that is, and I doubt it looked as lovely as this, as his parents were new immigrants.

Robin said...

Yet again I'm forced to cheat and let a post do double duty. I'm back working full time out of the house for a month or two and it is seriously eating into my blogging time. Feh!

Lovely door Mary, very elegant.

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Thom said...

That is gorgeous my friend :)

Carolina Mountains said...

Lovely doorway!

Mama Zen said...

What a pretty door!

Liz said...

Great find. I love the red pots.

Ralph said...

This brownstone, like all in the borough of Brooklyn, is stunning. Solid in style, delicate in details, this offers a pinkish tint that is unique. The planters are beautiful. what a nice neighborhood!

Auntie E said...

Lovely red pots. It always amazes me how many comments one get on the flower pots placed on their stairs.

Pagan Sphinx said...

There is nothing like a Brooklyn brownstone. Except a San Francisco brownstone! I'm about due to visit NYC. The Brooklyn Museum is one of my favorites of those I've been to both at home and internationally.

Speaking of SF, my entry was taken there.

Have a great week!

Peace,
Gina

srp said...

I got to apartment sit in Brooklyn for a couple of weeks several years ago and the architecture is amazing there. The botanical garden was my favorite place... well so was the art museum in Manhattan.

reg said...

Those doors are worth a fortune. That said a great pic all round with the door and red flower pots

eileeninmd said...

Wonderful photo, Mary! I love the door and the red pots. Hsppy Ruby Tuesday!

Dianne said...

my good old Brooklyn has the best brownstones :)

love your Halloween header

Pagan Sphinx said...

Sorry about the bad link, Mary. I fixed it. :-)

toby said...

What a welcoming door! And the flowerpots make it even better :)

MOO said...

Love the detail in this doorway!

BJ Roan said...

The red pots compliment those white flowers. Nice shot!

Misty Dawn said...

ohhhh LOVE them!!!

Karen of 3G2S said...

Love the photo Mary! Even with the interesting architecture, the eye goes right to the planters.

gigi said...

Those red pots just pops!
This is my first week joining Ruby Tuesday :)

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Someone is waiting—
but up the stairs you must go
to see who it is.


Ruby Sunset Watercolor

Becky and Gary said...

Oh Mary, I love those flower pots. Perfect for RT.
B.

TheCunningRunt said...

Cool doorway! :)

Kebeni said...

gorgeous. They wouldn't last long around here though, they would get stolen I think

Judy Sheldon-Walker said...

Love your flower pots. They certainly get our attention.

Mel Cole said...

Oh wow, Brooklyn in New York City? I have been in New York City but we didn't push through farther to Brooklyn. I like the design of the door and the red flower pots too.

Check me out with my Ruby Tuesday post here

lina@women's perspectives said...

It's lovely door indeed...

EastCoastLife said...

Love that elegant door.

It would be a problem as it's easy for burglars to break in if it's installed in certain countries. :P

anne said...

The flower pot look so adorable

Meikah said...

Hi, everybody! Haven't been joining for the past months, and am sorry. Work has gone in the way. :D

But am back and now please spot the Ruby (Tuesday) in my post. ;)

Maria @ LSS said...

Love the red pots!

Cafe au lait said...

Great shot! Happy RT.

Sara Chapman in Seattle, USA said...

What a gorgeous door! Nothing like that around here in Seattle.

Jientje said...

Those red pots add a very welcoming touch to this lovely house. I love your new header too!

Mimi said...

A lovely selection of pots to feast your eyes as you ascend the steps to that beautiful door.
Happy RT, Mary

kat-Lifestyle & Homemaking said...

oh I love your red pots. Happy Ruby Tuesday.

EmptyNester said...

Very pretty---love the way the pots stick out! New follower!

Coralie Cederna Johnson said...

I do love the gorgeous doorway! Happy Red Day!
Coralie

Cildemer said...

The front door is a beauty! And the red pots are nice too;o)

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Thanks for sharing and happy Ruby Tuesday****

tinasphotoblog said...

Georgeous doorway but I like the red pots too! :)

Sandy from the Heart of Texas said...

Beautiful entry!

I'm sharing a bit of Halloween for Ruby Tuesday today!

imriz said...

love the pots, sooo RED!
mine is up, too.
tnx for making RT available for us:)

Terry said...

hi teach mary..this IS a wonderful shot with those red planters on the steps
are the leaves nice in new york this year?
i was tempted to post some of last years fall pictures!
happy ruby tuesday dear teacher...love terry

♥ Kathy said...

I saw some pots like that at Home Depot and I wanted them so bad lol very pretty :) Happy Ruby Tuesday Mary ♥

Lui said...

I love brownstone houses/buildings and we don't have those in my place!

Inger-M said...

A very inviting front door!

CACHANILLA73 said...

Love it... red pots, a cozy setting... just perfect!