Photo Challenge: Thursday’s Windows — Week 9

I live in a small city that is a little over 100 years old, and I’m glad that several of the business owners have gone to the trouble and expense of refurbishing and restoring so many of our buildings.  I love to look down this street on a quiet day and see the windows in the upper level of these buildings.

The picture of the single building with the “Annex” sign was a very busy and popular movie theater in the late 30’s, 40’s and 50’s.  It has been re-claimed and turned into a coffee shop with a 1940’s movie theme decor inside.

The second picture shows the other end of that block of buildings, also with restored structures and windows.

Be sure and leave a link to your windows pictures.

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46 thoughts on “Photo Challenge: Thursday’s Windows — Week 9

        1. Just wanted to let you know that I have nominated you for the “Very Inspiring Blogger Award.” You can find the information about the award on my site. And please feel free to comply with only the parts of the “rules” that you are comfortable with. Sometimes these award can almost become a burden if we let them, so I don’t want that to happen. Just enjoy it.

    1. Oh Yes! So glad you did! These are terrific. Too bad we didn’t know about it before the deadline; you and I would have had shop windows to enter into the BBC News slideshow! Thanks so much for sharing this.

        1. Just want to let you know that I have nominated you for the “Very Inspiring Blogger Award.” You can find the information about the award on my site. And please feel free to comply with only the parts of the “rules” that you are comfortable with.

          1. Sandra

            THANK YOU!

            I have to admit – I’m in the overwhelmed mode again and have not been able to tackle the things on my blog that I would like to take care of. I will have to put this award on hold (or at least other nominations) until I go back to being normal (do you think that is possible?) 😆

            From the bottom of my heart, thank you. It means a lot to me that you realized what an important part this play has made in my life.

            KK

          2. No problem. Take all the time you need. And I’m serious when I say, you don’t have to follow all the rules to the letter. Several of us on WordPress have discussed the awards issue. We really like passing them on to people who deserve to be recognized, and we like letting people see the links to those blogs so that they can visit if they never have. But realistically, the number of requirements can become a heavy burden — especially for people who receive several awards. So take your time and when you feel you know a blogger you want to nominate, you can post his name. You may want to do just one at a time, over a period of time. But feel free to post the award button on you blog anyway, because you have been given the award because you deserved it.

          3. Hi Sandra

            I have to say – you hit the nail on the head. I find the requirements overwhelming and I am not one of those people who nominates someone simply to fulfill a requirement. So, I have been putting the awards on hold. I like the idea of promoting other blogs, but I think listing 15 bloggers is a lot. Five is reasonable to me and doable, I think, for most bloggers. It is re-assuring to know that other’s feel the same way. Thank you for letting me know and yes, I will post the button. 😳

            Happy Thanksgiving

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