Windows

What do I see through a window? Here are a few recent examples:

through a ruined church window

Looking out of a hotel window at Mount Juliet

Window at Jerpoint Abbey ruin

More Windows here

35 comments

  1. I always enjoy the view through a window, especially when that view is of another window, and so on…
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. Excellent pictures! I love the angle.

  3. Some smashing examples there Sue! 🙂

  4. Beautiful choices, Sue! I especilly like the second one. It calms me down after all the driving the past few days. 🙂

  5. All lovely views, but I especially like the way that last one turned out.

    janet

  6. That first one’s really lovely, Sue. 🙂 🙂

  7. Joe Fleetway

    My favourite is the third. I love the composition.

  8. Great window views, Sue. 🙂

  9. Just love that first one that reminds me of my time in Brittany and in the Jura. I think, like you, I have a thing for ancient architecture. Even here, in the “new” world, I’m drawn to ghost towns and abandoned buildings.

  10. Love the first one especially, but all beautiful.

  11. Great variety, as befits a wanderer. I like the layers of the Mt Juliet one. Me? The view from my bedroom window divided into three – the luminescent sky of early morning: the pittosporum with flowering nearly over; and now the bright red cylinders of callistemon. Can’t photograph because the windows are dirty. Can’t clean the windows because me and all the likelies are averse to heights!

    • Sue

      Thanks, Meg! A wanderer I remain, albeit a more constrained one these days! Love your reasons for window cleaning avoidance! Have you tried a photograph? You might be surprised at how it turns out…. Seriously

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  13. Great images. i especially like the reflections in the third one.

  14. I like the first one Sue, a view with a river is perfect!

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