Sunday, 20 July 2014

Fixing The Windows

We haven't had any window-pictures lately. So for anyone suffering from withdrawal symptoms (probably only me!) here is your latest fix.

Bright colours in Downham

Elegant reflections in Cambridge

Echoes of times past 

Cottage pelargoniums

A ghostly presence of a former
resident of Hatfield House

Fading shades of red

A Cambridge college

Patriotism and tradition

Bunnies ahoy!

Remembering the wisteria
of spring

Back to that first window for
a colourful semi-abstract.


Take care.



22 comments:

  1. "Bunnies ahoy!" made me laugh out loud for some reason. Pretty collection of windows.

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  2. Glimpses into lives. Lots of great symmetry. The yellow overpaint around the windowframe in the last photo really ties the whole thing together.

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  3. Old windows with their decay are my favourite. I love the yellow window but do hope that it isn't too hot behind that glass with the aerosols!! Hope you are enjoying some rain this weekend!

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  4. I love windows & these are some great ones!

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  5. I'm inspired to make my own Window Collection now - I love the way these photos encourage us to look more closely at the mundane.

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  6. You do find wonderful and varied windows, John.

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  7. I like the yellow one I guess because it really stands out that someone was a lousy painter.

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  8. Do you think whoever painted the yellow one was painting under the influence of something?

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  9. your window photos are always special--my favorite of this batch is the wisteria window--

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  10. The Wisteria for me too...I can even smell the heady scented perfume!

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  11. Great collection, always worth keeping an eye out for and you have found a wonderful variety.

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  12. a wonderful series John. Love that long Cambridge dining table - a long distance to pass the salt!

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  13. I love all things windows (and doors!). A great collection of intriguing photos.

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  14. Just keep them coming - they are very welcome and never a dull one.

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  15. All marvelous, but I think I like the Ship Ahoy bunny best, - whimsy trumps beauty... Looking forward to more of these lovely window pictures your eye collects for us, John.

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  16. The wisteria my favourite

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  17. What a fine eclectic array of window images! Windows always have intrigued me. the one I liked the best was the mustardy yellow one at the top of you post. -- barbara

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  18. the blue one is my absolute favourite, is a big step into the past!

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  19. Love these windows. A lovely way to see the world.

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  20. Windows.. and doors, so many different types..love all of these John but if I had to pick it would be the wisteria window!

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  21. I had withdrawal symptoms- I love your window photographs! Jane x

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