She Wore Flowers In Her Hair



Welcome to the blog 'Formally Known as';
 'Being Ruby'!!

Now that would be a title! It is how it seems at times. The incredible shrinking Julie. Or is it Ruby. Either way it seems there is not enough of either of late. So here I am with 2 moons, a sea or two and a flower child thrown in for good measure. 

Most of today's artistic endeavours are re-works of previously published art, alla' Ruby. A little makeover if you will. A do over into something less concrete, more fluid. Something to allow the mind to wander and the heart to dream, final destination unknown . A little less reality as I, like many of you, could do with a little escape from our daily lives. 

With that said, I need to get back to my reality, so thanks one and all for hanging in there with me and I'll catch you on the flip side!!

PS. For those of you [Yvonne!]  who enquired as to Posie's well being, I'm sure she is fit and well and living it up somewhere on the mediterranean, unlike us!! I hear rumour she may return one day, but for now let's just be envious of her flippant ways!




This has been another Ruby Time Production©
Artwork from original photography: [beingRuby©] 
Location: A Little Bit of Everywhere


16 comments:

helen tilston said...

I love the dreaminess of this post and the flowers in her hair holds my interest
Wishing you a wonderful week

Helen xx

Dumbwit Tellher said...

I was so happy to see your post on facebook Julie as I sit at my desk at work eating my sad lunch. No one is more than a phantom to the world of blogging than me I tell you! All your images are so beautiful and they always make me smile no matter what the subject. I do hope you are well and life is good? Thinking of you and wishing you the best.

Cheers x Deb

Chatelaine said...

They have a lovely watercolor quality. Truly works of art!

Nice to see your post on FB!

Stephanie said...

beautiful images and glad to see you posting! Hope all is well!

xoxo

La Petite Gallery said...

Hey Julie, so happy to see you bright eyed and bushy tailed again. I want to kick up my heels with Posey.
Love the flower Child, those eyes
are drawing you into them. Got to get to DR.'s that's all I seem to do as of late - check ups and shots.
Big huge hug Sweet one.
yvonne

La Petite Gallery said...

Julie my computer is acting weird
again. Love that flower child. Those eyes. Happy you are back. Big Hug yvonne

nevin said...

I love your art, always I do.. Beautiful xx

La Petite Gallery said...

Hi Julie, Just saw my blog , by all the sites how did that happen?
Love your art work and hope you keep it up. I have the flu or something sick 4 days now. Getting Cabin fever. Big hug
love you.
yvonne

Lynne with an e said...

Less concrete, more fluid, dreamier, less defined...full of light, movement...and space...

whatever you do, no matter how often or infrequently, it is always a treat to sail away from everyday reality on your creative imagery.

La Petite Gallery said...

We have a huge tide today,
extra high. Can't wait to watch it. Sunday we may get some snow. Well
Turkey time is almost here. Renee loves Turkey, me I like it once a year. I am either doing Prime rib for Christmas or a goose. You are welcome to come. Love yvonne

Becky Jerdee said...

Hi Julie,
You are like a wisp of wind, fluttering here, fluttering there. I never know when or where you'll turn up next! I was so surprised to receive your birthday wishes yesterday...I really must put you on my blog monitor to be better able to track you!
Thank you for stopping by and I'm enchanted by your images :)
Fondly,
Becky

Jennifer Beaudet said...

Hi Julie!

It was so nice to see you!
I actually posted a comment here (or at least I thought I did) But it looks like it didn't work. I was commenting from my phone and you know me and technology!
Anyway, I'll just do another one:)

I love your new work! It's so ethereal and dreamlike...but that is you signature style! I like the girl with the flower and the coast with the moon is glowing. I love it! I hope you're doing well.

Big hugs,
Jennifer:)

Jennifer Beaudet said...

Hi Julie!

It was so nice to see you!
I actually posted a comment here (or at least I thought I did) But it looks like it didn't work. I was commenting from my phone and you know me and technology!
Anyway, I'll just do another one:)

I love your new work! It's so ethereal and dreamlike...but that is you signature style! I like the girl with the flower and the coast with the moon is glowing. I love it! I hope you're doing well.

Big hugs,
Jennifer:)

Midlife Roadtripper said...

Enjoyed this visit. Hope to see you again soon.

La Petite Gallery said...

I wish you could hop a plane and be here for Christmas. I love the water with all the flowers in it, awesome
cold as a witches T-t here. The
garland and lights are up outside and the tree is up, Renee will be driving home in snow and sleet.
I will hold my breath till I hear
the alarm in the driveway. Sending
you wishes for good health,
Money$$$ happiness and Love
you know I love you.. yvonne

Jeanne Henriques said...

Waving to you from Whale Beach...through this rainy Christmas Day..which I find to be just lovely. Happy Christmas Julie...always love seeing your wonderful photos. I hope you have flowers in your hair today...Happy Christmas!
Jeanne xx