Monday, July 21, 2008

Ruby Tuesday - Red Jeep

This evening, I picked up my camera and headed outside to look for something red to shoot. Right across the way, I could see my neighbor's freshly washed Jeep reflecting the trees around it. Ooh, pretty..... so Sarah and I went over to take a look.
This Jeep reminds me of how much I need to wash my own vehicle. Oops. Better get to that tomorrow.
The window worked almost as a mirror here - the colors of the sky look fairly true.


15 comments:

Raven said...

That is one shiny red jeep. I love the reflections in all the shots. Nicely done.

BNS said...

I like the reflections -- especially the last one, which shows the photographer quite clearly. Happy Ruby Tuesday.

Bobbie

Greyscale Territory said...

Almost like a pillar box red! Interesting shots! I love the mystery of reflections!

DrillerAA said...

I love photographing cars and these are some nice pics of a big red Jeep.
Have a great RT.

Dianne said...

great shots, and cool reflections!!

I don't think my car has ever been that shiny

Michelle said...

Now I am reminded that I have to wash my car too...LOL
Rambling Woods

Carletta said...

Wow - great red and the reflections are great!!
Well done.

For The People said...

Great idea! nICE rUBY!

Karen of Sillymonkeez said...

I really like the last one. Great self-portrait!!

the teach said...

Real nice shiny RED jeep! Great post for Ruby Tuesday! Yes and the reflections are wonderful! :)

Gayle said...

What a shiny jeep! Not sure my van has ever been that shiny!

Homemom3 said...

love the red jeep, so pretty too. Oh I bet they had fun washing it too. Course we would've had fun getting that dirty. :)

Tink *~*~* said...

Now that is a beautiful shade of red. It's nail polish worthy! :D

Tink *~*~*
My Mobile Adventures *~*~*

For The People said...

I see you! The reflection is a neat touch! Thanks for stopping by my place. Need a hit for today. No post? :(

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