Asset pipeline giving me hard time. Please help !!! - (rails 3.1.3)

I am using rails 3.1.3.

Inside config/ application -> config.assets.enabled = true
Inside development.rb -> config.assets.compress = false
Inside production.rb -> config.serve_static_assets = false;
config.assets.compile = false

I have images placed in assets/images. If i do localhost:3000/assets/
image I get the image in the browser, but
unfortunately, on the browser i am unable to view the images,

I am getting following errors in development mode. Haven't tested yet
in production.

Started GET "/winecountry_part2.jpg" for 127.0.0.1 at 2011-11-26
12:56:40 -0800

ActionController::RoutingError (No route matches [GET] "/
winecountry_part2.jpg"):

Rendered /Users/jayparteek/.rvm/gems/ruby-1.9.2-head@default/gems/
actionpack-3.1.3/lib/action_dispatch/middleware/templates/rescues/
routing_error.erb within rescues/layout (0.6ms)

First: post your view code

Second: explain this "I get the image in the browser, but […] on the browser i am unable to view the images "

I am using rails 3.1.3.

Inside config/ application -> config.assets.enabled = true
Inside development.rb -> config.assets.compress = false
Inside production.rb -> config.serve_static_assets = false;
config.assets.compile = false

I have images placed in assets/images. If i do localhost:3000/assets/
image I get the image in the browser, but
unfortunately, on the browser i am unable to view the images,

I am getting following errors in development mode. Haven't tested yet
in production.

Started GET "/winecountry_part2.jpg" for 127.0.0.1 at 2011-11-26
12:56:40 -0800

ActionController::RoutingError (No route matches [GET] "/
winecountry_part2.jpg"):

Look carefully at the routing error and you will see that you have not
got the same url as the one you entered manually. The problem is with
the link to the image in the view.

Colin

...

ActionController::RoutingError (No route matches [GET] "/
winecountry_part2.jpg"):

Look carefully at the routing error and you will see that you have not
got the same url as the one you entered manually. The problem is with
the link to the image in the view.

Excellent point. J.P, can you post the relevant chunk of whatever
view was trying to retrieve the file? Sounds like it was using a
hand-coded img tag for /winecountry_part2.jpg, rather than letting
Rails build it from some tag directive.

-Dave