Black & White Sunday: Windows

A few assorted London windows:

St Paul’s reflected

 

Moomins!

 

Staring out

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43 comments

  1. Nice ones Sue! I have a real soft spot for Moomins! And your other two images are great. I especially like the rigsd, linear composition of that last one.

  2. I hate PCs – I make typos and they make them even worse!

  3. Nice selection, Sue. The reflection was very nice, but my favourite is the old factory/warehouse. Nice symmetry.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  4. Love the three of them…

  5. Cool windows, nice in B&W.

  6. I like the warehouse windows!

  7. Love it. I love the pattern and geometry in the third example, all these frames within frames. I’ve never heard of Moonmins before but they look cute, and St Paul – I am really glad to see St Paul again. Ah, I was going to ask what rigsd is, but I now read the other comment by Debbie. Sue, I’m horrified about the attacks in London. I’m so sorry that it happened.

  8. Pingback: BLACK & WHITE SUNDAY: WINDOWS | Lost in Translation

  9. Oof! You’ve taken my breath away with these, stunning.

  10. Smashing!
    The moment I saw the last shot I was reminded of Led Zeppelin’s album cover, Physical Graffiti
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Physical_Graffiti

  11. A Moomin fan? Shakes head sadly. I love the St Paul view. X

  12. What diverse images. I love the Moomins particularly. We were reading their stories to the twins: one of their first chapter books. I’m always a sucker for reflections, and the third one insists loudly on being windows.

  13. Love the third one, but then I am partial to symmetry. And somehow I missed out on the Moomins.

  14. Windows – I love them. Always something different to see. So many images within that last final shot too.

  15. Wonderful contrasts! ‘Staring out’ is a superb shot, but I love the pretty reflection. Not familiar with Moomins, seems like I missed out 🙂

    • Sue

      That old warehouse was a great place for an image or two….as for the Moomins, if you missed them, I’m sure you had plenty of tales in your childhood!

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