Red, Red And More Red

Red, white and blue lights reflected in a glass

Red, white and blue reflections: wine glass at Scrooges in Jackson, MS.

Red corrugated roof with painted ceiling fan

Can you buy ceiling fans like this? If so, I want one!

Wooden signs with faded names of vegetables and herbs

Community veggie garden signs faded from days in hot sun

Bottles of Tabasco sauce in a wooden holder

Tabasco: choose any you like, so long as it’s hot

Red and white decorative pelargonium

Pelargonium ‘Cherry Baby’ – so bright and cheery

Cluster of unusual orange-red flowers

Beak-shaped flowers on a tree in the gardens at The Arbor Gate in Texas.

Red amaryllis growing outside

The white stripe turns this red amaryllis into a star

Tray of seventy two tomatoes

It’s good to be the same – so long as you’re a tomato!

Shared as part of Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Red. Cee is doing a great job of hosting, listing and passing along blog challenges, helping to fill the gap when The Daily Post closed.

28 thoughts on “Red, Red And More Red

  1. Lignum Draco says:

    Lovely selection of red photos. The cherry babies are particularly beautiful.
    I didn’t realise there are so flavours of tabasco. We must be missing out in Australia but often original is the best.

  2. Vicki says:

    Lovely series, Susan.

    Those beak-shaped flowers remind me of the Cocks Comb Coral Tree OR Erythrina crista-galli, often known as the cockspur coral tree.

    That tomato image is totally unique (in that I’ve never seen tomatoes so even in size and row placement 🙂 ).

  3. Oddment says:

    I love your comment on the tomatoes! That sameness is absolutely eerie — but what a color! These images are sort of like coffee for the eyes, and I am now totally awake. A great beginning to my day — thank you!

  4. Chloris says:

    Very cheering as we leave summer behind. I have tried Erythrina crista-gaĺli from seed but never got it to bloom. Gorgeous flowers aren’t they?

    • susurrus says:

      They are – I don’t think I could every weary of looking at them. I wonder if it is the kind of plant that takes a very long time to flower? I only know of this one in Texas.

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