Tuesday is back, and so am I. I can't believe that five weeks have flown by since last I participated in Ruby Tuesday.
My excuse is the July heat and humidity made me sluggish..lazy..too hot to post.
haha. I hope August brings us some more bearable weather.
So, I went out this afternoon and found these pretty red doors on an Episcopal church about two miles from our house.
Christ Church was built in the late 1890s. It is made of Ansonia granite and New Jersey gray stone in the English gothic style, according to its Web site. Construction was completed in 1896, in time for Christmas services to be held there.
When I got home I took this shot of a flower from a plant a friend gave me. Unfortunately I don't know what kind of flower it is. I haven't planted the plant; it's still in the pot.
See lots more photos featuring a little or a lot of red at Mary T's Work of the Poet blog.