ALL RIGHT RED

 

Last week was insanely busy, and need to get my focus back on my own activities. Meaning am taking it easy this week:) What better than with my second favorite color to paint with: Cadmium Red, deep hue it is called by Winton

 

 

What about them apples? This would my first still life since high school’s art class (honest!) I’ll show you when it’s done! These are Gala apples. In dishes or pie I like the Green Granny Smith!
ABC Wed. -G

 

 

 

Train Museum in Old Town Sacramento. Hope I can get back here for a better shot of the door before Thursday!
Tue Treasures, Tue Travel, Thurs. Doors,

Couldn’t find he red train on Tuesday, when in Sacramento for a goodbye lunch with our
second grand, who’s going to study nursing
close to San Diego (about 8 hrs. away in South California) , but there were many
greyish trains with doors.
Thurs. Doors

 

 

At least I had a reflection of one of the windows of the red train.
Weekend Reflection

 

 

 

The Xmas cactus inside the house blooms
several times a year!
Makro Tex, Floral Passions, Floral Fri Foto

 

 

Darkness overtaking the red sunset
Natur Donnerstag, Sky Watch

 

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Thanks to All the Hosts
Our World * Thru My Lens * Makro -Tex *
Tues Treasures * Travel Tue * Nature Notes * Pictoral Tue * ABC Wed -G * Floral Bliss *
Communal Global *Β  Sun Snap * Natur donnerstag *
Thurs. Doors * Floral Fri Foto *Β  Sky Watch *
Weekend Reflections *Β  Fri Photo Journal * Fri Photo Friends *

45 thoughts on “ALL RIGHT RED

  1. Junieper, greetings for another week. Great photos and story line here. My favourite was the one of the paint tube.
    Best wishes,
    Rowena

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    1. I’ll have to have more of a look at your blog. Do you post your art works? I am a frustrated painter, which has fueled my passion for photography. I think you’ll appreciate my door post this week. Stay tuned.
      Best wishes,
      Rowena

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  2. Beautiful macro shot of the paint tube, and funny that they call it “Winton”! Beautiful sky shot too. Glad you are getting some time to relax this week!

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  3. I love the train car and the reflection from the window. The apples are making me hungry! Have to have breakfast soon, I guess. πŸ™‚ My mind still doesn’t put Junieper together with you, so I was once again surprised when I came here and found you…a good surprise, I should add. Happy Thursday!

    janet

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    1. Thank you Janet! Yes, I understand …the junieper thing is because I wanted to get the maximum amount of free space, and it seemed I could only do this if my 2 blogs would be completely separated. Also needed another email, so why not jump in with both feet – as an artists I welcome change, so… but I can imagine i might be confusing for others. Hope your day will be as well happy and extraordinary:)

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  4. First of all, being busy is not that bad as long as you take good care of yourself.

    Lovely apples, did not know they’re excisted by that name… I know that name only from a coffee-brand πŸ˜‰

    Have a splendid, β™₯-warming ABC-Wednes-day / -week
    β™« M e l d y β™ͺ (ABC-W-team)
    http://melodymusic.nl/23-G

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  5. I see gala apples in the stores all the time, but I’ve never tasted one. My favourite eating apple is a honey crisp followed by a fuji. – Margy

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  6. Yes, love the color of apples, all hues of them. πŸ™‚ The train museum looks interesting. Enjoyed seeing what you’ve captured and will look forward to your artwork of the apples. πŸ™‚

    Peabea from Peabea Scribbles

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  7. Loved this post which I came across on Our World Tuesday. The Christmas cactus flower blooms during our Southern Hemisphere winter. Greetings Jo (South Africa)

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  8. Hi Jesh… I wish we could just email directly. But, thank you for reading my words. I felt the need to point out how hard it can be to just be yourself, and encourage artists to keep trying. Thanks for the link party.

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    1. Thanks Dan. Don’t know about here in the USA but where I come from trains are between cities and towns (and go much faster), and trolleys are only going locally to several points in the city.

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  9. Those apples are asking to be eaten! My Christmas cactus flowers twice a year. It must be the most neglected plant ever but is covered in flowers at Easter and Christmas

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