Lingering Look at Windows – Let’s Pretend

For this week’s Lingering Look at Windows challenge over at The Day After (for some real windows, take a look here), I have decided to post some pretend windows…

Saw these in a wooden model of a house (which looked like a ruined/fairy tale house) at a local nursery…well, I thought it would make something different to post – but I suspect this jeopardises my chances of any likes or comments, unless to say ‘how naff’…! But I liked that little house.

Enjoy or not, as the case may be! Oh, and the images were taken on an iPad, not held very steadily (it gets worse, doesn’t it!)…..

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21 comments

  1. At a local nursery, so to be used as a flower box? a bird house?

  2. What can I say, Sue? Rustic charm? But what a creative find in a nursery, and thanks for using something different. After all, there are only SO many interesting windows about! (did I dare say that? 🙂 On a windows challenge!) It all depends on your perspective, and I rather like yours.

    • Teehee…you little subversive, you! Thanks for liking my perspective..I just thought it was time to buck the trend. I’m sure normality will resume next week. 🙂

  3. Sonel

    Oh, I would love to have a cute little house like that in my garden. Great entry for the challenge Sue. I love your view on it hon. Something quite different for sure and very original. Thanks for sharing. 😀 *hugs*

  4. I love to see someone seeing outside the square, or the window as the case may be. 🙂 As Sonel said, I would love one of those in my rustic garden.

  5. Oh, as I child I would have dreamed up many stories inside that little house. Even now, I set most novels to take place in the corners and spaces of vaguely remembered houses of relatives. This one would be positively eerie! 🙂

  6. It must be the little girl in me that wants to grab hold of that handle in peek inside. This is so cute and like has been said above would be magical in the right garden.

  7. Truth be told, I’d never have known it wasn’t a real house if you hadn’t said so! And I LIKE the windows, so there :0)

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