Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Ruby (Red) Tuesday -- Russia still looking a little red?

You can see for yourself:
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Red Square, with Lenin's tomb on the right and St. Basil's Cathedral at the west end. It would be our first of many cathedrals we would visit.

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The Kremlin Wall, behind which is the Kremlin. (dah)



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The whole city of Uglich seems to be in the process of being remodeled. This chappel, the Church of St. Dmitry on the Blood in Uglich, Russia, housed military equipment and operations back quite a few years.



Note: Blogger was not liking me to upload pictures tonight. If you have seen these previously please forgive. Click here to see my other Russia posts.



I thought I'd tell you about the rules of RUBY TUESDAY.
They are real simple:

On Tuesdays you can post any photo you like (it must be one of your own) that contains the color RED.

Your photo can contain lots of RED or a little bit of RED

AND (please) post your link here with MaryT

I will might post a NEW Ruby Tuesday each some Tuesdays.

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Comments:
Hi Jim - Thanks for posting those interesting Ruby Tuesday shots from Russia. It's a country I've never visited.

Bobbie
 
Great Ruby Tuesday shots from Russia. Nice photos hope to visit there someday.
 
Wow! That sounds wonderful! What a neat experience to visit Russia!
 
Loved the title!
My favorite is the last shot - stunning colors.

Blogger was a beast tonight - grrr!
 
Wow! Those pictures are great. I especially like the last one with the blue tops (I'm sure that has name, but I have no clue what it is).

Ruby post
 
morning Jim and Mrs,Jim

thanks for the birthday song,

so are ya on the road again , or just coming back?


take care
blessings
 
Yup, (un)fortunately, Russia will always be red. Beautiful shots!
 
Well I like these shots from the country of my ancestors :0)
They do love their red. Even though I am 100% Russian I've never been to Russia...
Have a wonderful Tuesday Jim!
 
I love looking at the old buildings in Russia, so beautiful....

Yes, we did have a "gully washer" yesterday....lol
 
great photos. I get to see a place I have never been.
 
Beautiful Red Stuff. :)
 
When were you there was it chilling?
 
my grandparents cme here from Russia and I have always wanted to visit there.

your photos are beautiful

I also enjoyed the Sunday post showing the McDonalds in Russia
 
What a beautiful collection of photos. Another place I would have loved to visit. Next life, I guess for that one too. Isn't it just maddening when blogger gets in that no pictures tonight mood?
 
Glad you decided to do Ruby Tuesday today Jim! It's always more fun when you post! Happy Ruby Tuesday! :) Love those RED buildings of Russia.
 
I find the architecture in Russia fascinating. Great pictures!
 
Those building are sure pretty Jim.
 
Nothing redder than RED Square...
 
I have always been green :):working at health food store in college - as a docent @ the FW nature center - worked for 3 years recycling ink cartridges and cellphones w/ schools and I am working on becoming a naturalist -- I am just not an extremist:) so yes send me the link and its is funny for the first couple of times I did not know what JIMG was:)tee hee-then I liked it-- you did not answer was Russia frightening
 
Dear Jim,
how exotic. The Red Square.
Good to see it free from all those military parades from the time of the cold war.
I never knew that the wall of Kreml was red. Amazing.
You certainly are a man of many colors. I'm looking forwards to seeing your next red!
From Felisol
 
Wow - perfect subjects for Ruby Tuesday! It's interesting that Lenin's tomb is bigger than St. Basil's cathedral. We can all draw our own conclusions from that.
 
How lucky you are to be able to see such wonderful places. These buildings look like something from a fairy tale.
 
I've seen some Russians playing in the Olympics. Their flag is red, white, & blue too, also, in addition, as well.
Great shots for Ruby Red Tuesday.
 
Wow, very cool. What happened to the post with the Fenstermobile?
 

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