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Now that's a shot for Ruby Tuesday. Very nicely done.Have a wonderful RT.
Door with striking colour. ;)
That's really interesting. Your photos of Wabash are making me want to take a road trip and check the place out!
Great shot. Old towns have such interesting buildings. My town is only 53 years old and they tore alot down. I like your site will come back.HRT
I threatened to and now I did it...I did RT :) I had to do the literal stupid "Ruby Tuesday" shot I told you about:)Like the post production work you did on yours. Great shot!
On second thought, maybe it's not post production. Did you do something to the wall to draw attention to the red door or is that how it's exactly painted. I keep going back and forth. Either way, great shot!
The red doors certainly catch my attention, make me want to know what's on the other side.
Nice capture of the red door..
dear maraca,thanks so much for your visit to my ruby tuesday,your post isn't bad either.in fact it is down right beautiful!that red door is a real eye catcher and the contrast between it and the grey building and the two different grey shades of the men's suits and their pale faces...excellent!the reflection of the white car in the door window...how cool is that?just such a great picture!.....terryps.. i wouldn't so much mind that hearth in my house right now.it is again a cold and damp day in southern ontario...burrrrr!!!!
What a very neat shot! Thanks! Hope all's well in Indiana!
What ingenious wall paintings.Those guys, I would have taken them for real, have you not told it was a mural.I don't know about entering the red door alone...Heartg shoppe?the picture is a 10er.From Felisol
Wow. If that was only part of mural, what does the full mural look like. That is amazing.
What an interesting mural, set against the red door just seems perfect.
btw...isnt this Susan Boyle just fantastic ;p
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