Red Dirt

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15 Responses to “Red Dirt”

  1. Vogon Poet Says:

    Strange to say this, but you made an excellent image of few roots and some dirt.

  2. Robin from Israel Says:

    The blue of the rocks sets off the red well. Nicely shot.

  3. Ralph Says:

    These roots seem in the style of a starfish or the tentacles of a squid. The red ground is a unique shade of ruby, the hint of rust color gives the soil a rich hue. I see a bit of the surf and turf here, a unique combination. Nice!

  4. chubskulit Says:

    excellent choice, I love that blue leaves on it!

    Here is my Ruby Tuesday entry.

  5. Your EG Tour Guide Says:

    This is such an interesting photo! Good job!

  6. Leora Says:

    Love this. Great shot. My kind of photo. Simple and interesting.

  7. carolynUSA Says:

    Very interesting photo with such simplicity! Amazing!

  8. Miranda Says:

    What a cool shot!

  9. Carletta Says:

    Extraordinary image from an ordinary subject! I love it Ellie!
    Reminds me of a spider.
    We have lots of red clay based earth here – ugh, especially when it rains.

  10. Meikah Delid Says:

    Creative RT post! Happy Tuesday! 🙂

  11. mizhelle Says:

    so creative 😉

    u may view mine if u have time

  12. Stephanie V Says:

    That’s an amzing photo. So simple. Just proves there is beauty in everything.

  13. AuntieE Says:

    Reminds me of Georgia and the red dirt.

  14. Prospero Says:

    A very earthy shot, Ellie. You just get a good feeling by examining the photo.

  15. magicalmysticalteacher Says:

    Like writhing serpents
    tree roots claw at ruddy soil,
    seeking sustenance.

    My Ruby Tuesday

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