Lingering Look at Windows: More from Turkey

Time for another Lingering Look at Windows…It’s Week 21 over at Dawn’s blog The Day After. This week I’m posting another miscellany of windows from my recent Turkish travels.

Can’t see the windows here!:

Obliterated by carpet

Obliterated by carpet

This one was a bit off the beaten track:

Window and wood pile

Window and wood pile

This was an interesting juxtaposition of new shiny bikes and old windows:

Old and new

Old and new

And here’s one in an old car graveyard…seen better days:

Seen better days

Seen better days

See more windows here.

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19 comments

  1. Lovely shots! I really like the one with the shiny bikes – fresh view.

  2. Ah, I love these, especially the car. It’s a taxi, right? Or, was a taxi might be more precise… 🙂
    Paige

  3. Love photos 2 and 3, nice old wooden windows …and those doors!!

  4. Suzanne

    It’s a small world sometimes – I have a photo of that exact same shop 🙂

    • Hohoho…I love it when I have shared histories! A friend was telling me about a trip to a ruined slate quarry in Wales, and from her description I said Tanygrisiau, or more precisely Rhosydd Barracks and showed her a photo. She immediately said ‘yes’…. I used to walk in that area 30 years ago. Another shared place.

  5. I like the shattered car window!!! 🙂

  6. Superb variety, Sue 🙂 The one with the bikes is my favourite 🙂

    Come for a catch up. I usually find you in Jude’s comments and hop over from there, but thanks for finding me this morning. It’s a damp BH morning and I have a little time to spare 🙂

  7. Simple love these windows…

  8. These are awesome Sue, so many views; they really make you think.

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