Lingering look at Windows: Discovering the Detail

This week, I am not posting anything festive – maybe next week? Who knows…

For today’s post, i am posting a couple of different windows from Alsace, the details of which had not previously been evident. Playing about with newer software, I am sometimes surprised by details in an image, it’s another adventure! Being a big kid at heart, I’m all for adventures, especially when life and health have limited the adrenaline-fuelled adventures that I used to enjoy (and those violins in the background can stay quiet, I accept that life has changed!)…

So, here is a multi layered, window behind window bars:Window layers

Window layers

And here is a window and a wall with texture, and some large cobwebby things:Many textured shutters

Many textured shutters

Take a trip over to Dawn’s blog to see more windows, over at The Day After

16 comments

  1. The pink one is so nice! Love the layers 🙂

  2. I agree – the pink one is delightful. Though I have to say those cobwebs are well captured 🙂
    Jude xx

    • Thanks Jude! I’ve not been out with the camera recently, so I have been having some fun tweaking older images when time permits (infrequently!) 🙂

  3. Love the textures! And the surprise ‘window within a window’ in the first 🙂

  4. A window can also be festive, contrary to what you may think! These are so beautiful! 🙂

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  6. Pat

    These are beautiful window. They are the kind that I can’t resist photographing.

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  8. Windows are fascinating subjects and you have captured 2 beauties. Love how the pink geranium (I think that is what it is !!) compliments the wall colour

    • I agree, windows are fascinating…. As for the flower, I’m sure it is a geranium! It’s great to find colours that ‘tie in’ with each other, I think subconsciously that’s what drew me to this shot 🙂

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