Green Ruby Tuesday


Because it is Saint Patrick’s day tomorrow, Mary/the Teach suggested we post green this week. To make it complete, I found a photo in my personal archives which is both green and Irish. Apparently Leo Burdock is one of the most famous institutions in Dublin.

On Tuesdays, just post any photo you like (it must be one of your own) that contains the color RED and then link to this blog.



18 thoughts on “Green Ruby Tuesday

  1. So very Irish photo.
    Fish ‘n chips tastes delicious.
    They are not allowed to serve it in old newspapers anymore. Some of its charm disappeared.
    From Felisol

  2. This photo is so perfect for not only “green” for Ruby Tuesday and the fact it is an Irish, but for the St. Patrick’s Day theme, as well.

    Beautiful capture of mood and color.

  3. Wow you hit in all areas possible for this week. Oh my everyone has done such a great job this week. I am starting to get nervous.

    This one is perfect all the way around!!

    Happy R&GRT:-))))

  4. Looking at this I have a sudden urge to have fish n’ chips. And a Guiness to wash it down. Nice green with hint of red also. Very well done! Happy SPD and RT!!!

  5. I didn’t have any green for today that I could find when I realized that green was wanted. You asked about my Nature Notes meme. I thought anytime on Thursday would be good. I really didn’t know if there would be any interest in it so I am happy that you are interested. Thank you…Michelle…

  6. Man, how long has it been since I had real fish and chips? I’m thinking waaay too long.

    And you got a bit o’ red in there along with your Irish green too I see!

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