Photo Challenge: Thursday’s Windows — Week 4

This is my favorite church window in my home town.

I’m really enjoying all of these great posts.  They sort if “open a window” into the lives of the people with whom we share this little section of cyberspace.

Your posts do not have to be of “church” windows.  Any window that appeals to you is great. And please feel free to post after Thursday if necessary.  Be sure to leave the link to yours in the comment section.

36 thoughts on “Photo Challenge: Thursday’s Windows — Week 4

    1. This is such a unique window, isn’t it? I really like this one, Gilly. And I think it would be interesting to get to live in an apartment in this building.

  1. I can see why that’s your favorite church window, it’s beautiful! I love how they incorporated the cross into the structure of the window and the peak of the church roof. The overall effect is like the cross transforms to a giant arrow pointing to Heaven, which is true, of course! Here is my entry for this week: http://wp.me/pT3BE-sU

        1. Yes, I do remember that you posted the “kitties in the window” and that beautiful bathroom last week. Hope my reply came through. I just meant I hope you can jump in this time too.

    1. Oh, I like this. Your angle is unique, and the white frame really stands out against the darker background. Thank you for participating.

    1. It’s sad to see once thriving buildings fall into disuse, isn’t it? Good take on the question, “When is a window not a window?” Thanks for taking part.

    1. It’s sad to see once thriving buildings fall into disuse, isn’t it? Good take on the question, “When is a window not a window?” Thanks for taking part.

    1. Oh, Paul, this is gorgeous! Thanks for joining in.

      And I LOVE your header photo too — with that unique clock. Where was that taken?

      1. Believe it or not, the clock hangs in The Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas. I’ve had the shot for well over a year and never thought to try it in black and white. Don’t know why I even started playing with it as it just seemed to be a throw away shot- especially in color and tilted at an odd angled, etc. Thanks for your comments. They are appreciated.

        1. I’ve found it interesting too that some photos just look better — more special — in black and white for some reason.

    1. It’s more than okay. I’m delighted that you have joined in. Your pictures are great, and that first one with the blue sky through the old arched window is just magnificent. Thanks for sharing it.

    1. A very appropriate favorite. And, yes, I mentioned to another reader that this challenge could go many different directions — including eyes being the “windows” of the soul as well as various “windows” of opportunity.

      You seem to have a “triple window” photo here. You have your dogs eyes — seen through your car window — and looking on through your car’s window to another car’s window beside your car. Good job.

      1. Thank you – I didn’t realize it at the time, I was trying to concentrate on her face. Funny thing is – in the other car is my friend that came to help me with my dog. We weren’t sure if she would be able to get in and out of the car without help after her surgery. But she did just fine. Yes, lots of windows and lots of souls.

        KK

  2. I’m adding this link to our window pictures. This post is on Dennis O’Brien’s site. Dennis is a poet from Australia, and although he isn’t involved in our “Thursday’s Windows” challenge, when I visited his site recently to read his latest poem, I was struck with the amazing beauty of this cathedral window. His poem about that window is beautiful as well. If you visit his site, be sure to click on the photo of the window to enlarge it and see it better.
    Thanks, Dennis, for letting me share this.

    http://dnobrienpoetry.wordpress.com/2012/10/13/chartres-cathedral/

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