Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Birmingham Rouge V


Fifth in the series
BIRMINGHAM ROUGE


Ceiling Detail

21 comments:

Olivier said...

j'aime bien la première, on voit bien les craquelures

Babzy said...

beautriful série , i like the first one very much !

Bibi said...

You got me, too, with photo # 1. I just adore peeling paint. I'm about to check out Jones Valley Urban Farm....they have peppers like that here, too, tons of them, but some are sweet and some are hot.

Bibi said...

Me again. Your link to the farm doesn't work!

Jilly said...

So many wonderful reds. That peeling ceiling is fascinating. And don't those peppers look good. Bet they are hot!

Julie said...

I have not noticed this series prior to today: not that it is a series. I realise that red rings your bell, m'dear!

What an interesting concept for an occasional series ...

√ Abraham Lincoln said...

Nice red shots.

Bergson said...

la première pour la matière et la 3 éme pour mon plat

Thérèse said...

Are hot chilis used as dyes? I wonder.

Daryl said...

those peppers are sure poppin' and that ceiling is awesome .. and ..oops there it is .. love his feathered hat!

JM said...

Fantastic 'Red' post! The ceiling is gorgeous!

Bob Crowe said...

Le jour rouge à BDP, huh? See, je peux parler un peu français aussi. Bablefish helps.

marley said...

Hot! Hot! Hot!

Great photos. I love the peeling paint.

Virginia said...

Bob,
Babelfish has done me wrong too many times but I still use it and my Eng/French dictionary and Alice and Peter! :)
V

Paula said...

Red is your color, V. I'm so glad to be back. I've missed so much.

wv conica

Julie said...

Mais bien entendu ... bum wiggling always helps!

Jacob said...

Rouge is good. That poor theater needs some work. The hat is striking. The hot peppers you can have.

Well done, V!

Virginia said...

Jacob,
Oh yes the Lyric needs much renovation. Maybe the funds will come forward in the future.
V

Petrea said...

Great colors, and that ceiling detail is stunning.

steviewren said...

Rouge is my favorite color! The ceiling of the Lyric is fantastic. What a hidden treasure.

Marie-Noyale said...

I visited the Opera house in Hudson NY this WE, and it's the same red..
same peeling paint..
I wonder why they were all painted red?