Such pretty, vibrant reds. Happy RT Mary!-----------------------------------My photography is available for purchase - visit Around the Island Photography and bring home something beautiful today!
Can't wait to see those flowers so pretty! My RT
Red tulips are so wonderful. They are always the first tulips to bloom in my gardens.
Nice! Happy Ruby Tuesday!
pretty flower =)Happy RT!
so pretty..they are called red tulips? I thought tulips look different. nevertheless, they are really beautiful. have a good week!
Cheery! Happy Spring, Mary.
I want to put my nose right down in the center of those gorgeous blossoms and breathe their fragrance deeply!
Today's picture is my cats - who seem to be attracted to the color red for some reason.
pretty flowers love it.
Beautiful red flowers..I want some!Out here in West Texas, we are going thru horrible winds and dust storms.Thanks for hosting..
Very pretty.Happy RT!Mine's here.
What pretty flowers!I played too. Mine are here and here.
I agree, a pretty red flower. Soem kidn of yulip would be my guess.
It seems you have a lot of sun to encourage the beautiful tulips.Have a nice Ruby Day.
lovely strong red color of the petals
I love it, they are so pretty! Mine is up!
it would be like Christmas in my garden if i have those red tulips. happy RT!
Those are so beautiful and cheery! Great find, and perfect rubies!
what lovely reds to spice up the spring!
They look like tulips, are they? I've not seen variegated leaves like those. Beautiful! Happy RT, Mary.
what a beauty...very lovely!
Ver pretty, feels like spring !
Thanks for sharing a bit of red cheer!
Nice flowers telling us spring is coming !!!
Thanks for sharing your beautiful bouquet;o)***Have a nice and happy week****
Those are so lovely! Makes me think that the Spring weather might come our way after all. :)
Your flowers are beautiful, Mary.
Happy Ruby Tuesday!!! I love the reds!!! And I love your meme! <3 Here's my Ruby Tuesday entry: http://www.3littlepigsonline.com/2011/04/details-details/
the flowers are really pretty
It's Ruby Tuesday Again - Hurray.Sheila @ Raggedykingdom.blogspot.com
Love these Mary!I don't think I've ever seen leaves like that. I want some. :)
Very awesome shot of a flower thanks for this MEME as always
Those are lovely flowers!
We anxiously await flowers here in Michigan. Yours are so pretty!
Happy Rubie Tuesday! my share is up, yum!clavs
You know I always love flowers. Those red tulips are great! I happen to have tulips, too: orange and red oneshttp://www.lovethatimage.com/blog/2011/04/red-and-orange-tulips/
Wow, these are wonderful flowers for a vibrant tuesday.I have myself put up a query post on my blog, would really appreciate if you visit and answer my query.
Very pretty and vibrant! Wish we have the season of spring here in the UAE.
oh i love flowers , so lovely. mine is up here:http://www.rytchoice.com/2011/04/05/ruby-tuesday-23-fire-extinguisher.htmlhappy RT!:-)
Very cheerful red flowers! My choice of the week was architecture with lots of red details.
Spring is here - Denmark - and for the first time in months we don't need to use the woodburner ;-)Have a great week!
So bright color!
Delightful bright flowers! They look so brilliant gathered together in a bouquet!
lovely flowers...made my first entry to ruby tuesday...Flowing Rhythms
Excellent choice and they are exceptionally beautiful!
Gorgeous flowers! I've posted a picture of a barn, which isn't necessarily a sign of spring, but we did finally have a day nice enough to go out for a walk and take these pics. Happy spring!
Gorgeous REDS! Love those beautiful flowers!Have a great Ruby Tuesday!Coralie
Red flower to celebrate this month from our garden is leaf amaranth.
Superb red flowers...Are they the result of blind evolution? Or are they genetically engineered? From above. From outside our world. :)
There is nothing like brilliant red flowers to brighten your spirits and put a smile on your face!! Lovely photographs.
Beautiful flowers you got there ;) My Ruby Teusday
I love it's red.. Hope you can visit my entry too. Thanks!
We definately need one of those in our yard!
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