Monday, September 28, 2009

Ruby Tuesday


Ok, I posted another picture of this Dublin pub for Ruby Tuesday a while back, but I missed the best bit. I didn't look properly when taking that photo, and missed this at the right hand side of the picture that I took.

I actually prefer this, mostly because it has history in it. And stained glass, which, as you know, I love.
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14 comments:

  1. The camera fools us, doesn't it? I love all the details in this photo that were visible when I enlarged it. I wonder what's behind the transom. That stained glass is quite different and pretty.

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  2. That's a diff. ruby tuesday button? Love the red door.
    Happy RT
    Love Claudie
    xo

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  3. that's really nice. A well-maintained very old building. i love the stained glass too:)

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  4. I like that, its very nice. But then I have a thing for doors ;)

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  5. What a cool looking pub! I'd definitely go in for a beer!

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  6. i love love stained glass. cool red door!

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  7. I too love stained glass!! And being that this in on pub's door makes it all the better.

    My R. T. is posted now, I do hope you can come by and keep me company today!! You'll need to scroll down below my Tuesday's Heads or Tails Meme to view my ruby photo. Hope to see you there.

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  8. I love the stained glass also and Guinness is my favorite beer, Happy RT

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  9. We have a lot of buildings here in Connecticut that date back to the late 19th century like this one. They are always interesting.

    Cool stained glass.

    Happy Ruby Tuesday ~ thanks for visiting me.

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  10. Had to super-size the shot to see all the great details, love the glass in the door this was a really good pic for RT!

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  11. Very awesome pub door. I love interesting door photos. Thanks for sharing it again as I had not seen it before.

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  12. What a great old door. I'd love to live in a building with real character instead of the modern concrete monstrosity I call home.

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  13. Mimi, what's the name of the pub?

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