Thursday, 24 October 2013

Window Wonderland

Being away from blogging for a year hasn't changed the old boy. He still can't resist pointing his camera at other people's windows. So here's a little selection that mainly concentrates on reflections. Some taken in the city and some in the countryside.









Take care.









19 comments:

  1. liking the play on words title for this post John and like that you made it back to blogging your photos; it's good to have somewhere to share them like this. Your initial joy spreads around the world then! The third and fourth photos were going to be my favourites, until I saw the finale' one - THAT's my favourite now. Cheers.

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  2. I like the last one best!

    =)

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  3. You are the windowmeister! The fourth image is a meisterpiece.

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  4. Wow, what a grand tour! Beautiful, wonky and wondrous windows/reflections.

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  5. A very clever series John. My favourite is what seems to be a curved building in a curved window. Then again it could be a straight building which appears curved in the curved window.

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    1. Right first time, Joe. Curved building and curved window.

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  6. As always, so varied and interesting.Can't really pick a favourite as it would be comparing apples with oranges, but I really like the energy in no.4 and the quiet atmosphere in the last one.

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  7. Nice to see that you have returned to Blog-land and with as interesting posts as ever. My preference here is the repeating telephone-booths.

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  8. Hi John, lovely to catch up with you again. I've just had a very enjoyable time catching up with missed posts..you haven't lost your touch here..impossible to pick a favourite, although the cathedral reflections are pretty special.

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  9. I like number 2, looks like a screen-print.

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  10. I forgot to add that the pictures are really interesting - and brilliant.

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  11. They are all quite wonderful captures, - I couldn't possibly say which I like best, but the last one is very homey...

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  12. Love the one with the reflection of the church and the one of the little cottage window.

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  13. Lean toward the beach huts -- vernacular is usually my default in architecture. However, all your photos are fantastic. I am new to your site and went through and viewed many of your past posts -- they are beautiful and unique. -- barbara

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    1. Yes, I've seen some wonderful photos of old barns on your blog. I kind of like most styles of architecture but they seem to exist in different areas of my brain!

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  14. Thank you everyone. It's always interesting to see which photos people like best when I do this sort of post, though I try not to be swayed by other people's opinions and endeavour to just take what grabs my attention.

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  15. Love your reflections! I'm glad you still enjoy pointing your camera at windows. These are arty reflections.

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  16. The window posts are favorites. Lots to think about in reflections and thoughts about things behind the windows.

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