Strawberry Against Blue Last week I featured a radish; this week here are homegrown strawberries. Can you guess what the bright blue background is? For more photos with red, visit Ruby Tuesday:
38 thoughts on “Strawberry Against Blue”
Is it the “blue screen” on your TV?
I think that would be darker… and I don’t even own a TV!
The blue on a Redi-Whip can? Or better yet, the container of whipping cream about to be whipped into a frenzy adding a wonderful sweet topping for the ruby berries? We need to check our garden out to find a ripe berry or two…
Oh, that’s creative. You must be thinking strawberries ‘n cream.
I just finished lunch and now you are making me hungry again. I LOVE strawberries. 🙂
Do you have a blue refrigerator?
OK, a hint. This is OUTSIDE. No, I do not have a refrigerator outside.
Tempting delicatessen.My mouth cries out for a taste. My wild strawberries are just blooming. We are so much later, due to the cold weather.
The sapphire blue went very well with the Strawberry red.
I’m giving Joyce’s Ulysses a try for the third time. Gunnar bought a comment book once we were in Ireland, I’m using that to keep control over the many persons with almost similar names. Also it’s a challenge with not only the ancient Greek symbolism, but also the fact that almost every sentence has a double meaning. Great summer reading, though.Perfect for the hammock!
Will you blog a bit about the book? Maybe I’ll pick it up and read it again. I still have my copy downstairs, along with a guide to the book. From the 1980’s.
I just might do that. I have repeated a Child’s edition of Homer’s Odyssey, and also read the book Nora, a biography about James Joyce’s wife, on beforehand.
With Gunnar as back up, I already am enjoying my travel.
Hubs and I had strawberries last night with whipped creme!
The strawberry pops against that blue.
At first I was going to say the blue is the color of old Milk of Magnesia bottles. 🙂
I’m going to guess a ceramic flower pot.
“old Milk of Magnesia” – oh, yeah, it really is like that color! Maybe a little lighter.
I thought this would be easier. Maybe this color just gets used in our area.
Ooooh, wait! That’s a hint right there.
Is it some sort of trash/recycling container?
Do I win a big bowl of those luscious looking berries?
Sure. Bring a bucket. If you don’t make it until July, you will have to settle for raspberries.
Did you say raspberries??
Now I’m utterly and totally jealous.
Is this all on your own property?
It’s like living on a pick your own farm!
Life in the suburbs … if you’ve lived in a New York apt. your whole life, this might feel like a farm. We have a little backyard, which is being run over with strawberry plants from one side and raspberries on the other.
Just perfect, I love this contrast
That strawberry looks brilliantly tempting! Wonderful detail!
I was going to ask what the background was? Now I know. Very interesting and sharp contrast.
YUMMY, I love strawberries! Happy Ruby Tuesday!
The strawberry is glowing against that blue background!
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Everything looks good against blue! Yummy strawberry!
Beautiful! I love the blue background with the red strawberry. That color combo really makes the shot for me.
Just before coming here, I went to Margaret Gosden’s where she featured a photo of watermelons in a display window – NY, I think.
Have a great week!
my recycling can is green
I love the blue, it’s so deep
the strawberry is perfection
Yum, the strawberry look so fresh!
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Love the red of of your strawberry and the blue of the recycling bin. It was fun guessing. Thanks for sharing.
Yum, I love strawberries. Lucky thing I happen to have some in the fridge. Can’t say I grew them though, mine are from the store.
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i end up ith photos of food too …it’s always the most beautiful red colour
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Great capture of contrasts! This reminds me that I must go buy some, today.
Yummy ~ I also love strawberries. I think the critters are getting to the ones planted in our yard. I’ve only rescued two thusfar.
Beautiful photo, Leora. Almost patriotic!
I never would have guessed 😀 Pretty creative using that 😉 Love the vibrant colors!
Mouthwatering. ‘Nuff said.
Well done, the blue really makes the reds pop. How clever to use a trash can as a background!