Photo Challenge: Thursday’s Windows – Week 10

Posting a day early because of the holiday.

I have borrowed a window again this week, mainly because it is one of my favorite window pictures, and it seem so very appropriate for this Thanksgiving week. I’m truly enjoying all of your pictures. Isn’t it amazing how something  so “ordinary” can suddenly become a thing of delight and even inspiration when we focus on it differently?  My mother taught me that. She was a poet, and almost every poem she wrote focused on the “specialness” that she saw in the “ordinary” people and things in her life. I will always appreciate that gift from her.

Be sure to leave the link to your pictures. And for those of you who live in the U. S., I wish you a warm, wonderful, delightful Thanksgiving!

38 thoughts on “Photo Challenge: Thursday’s Windows – Week 10

  1. I’d like to thank you for this “challenge” as it were. Never realized I had so many photos of windows. And now I take new shots specifically to post on Thursdays. Have a happy. Mine will be up late tomorrow.

    1. I’m glad you’re enjoying the windows challenge. To be honest, I had no idea I would enjoy it this much when I had the whim to start it. I just knew I enjoyed looking at pictures of windows and letting my imagination work out who or what they were connected with. Now look where we are …

      1. Thanks! There’s a “series” of such buildings in Athens. This one is right across the Parliament. It was that time of the day. I was in my hubbie’s car, actually. Shot it while we were waiting the traffic light to get green… 🙂

    1. I like your “lopsided” view. And I’m fascinated by those shuttered windows. I can just imagine what it would look like with the sun peeping through all those little slatted openings — and what that tropical breeze would feel like. Is it still a home now?

    1. I really like this picture, Dana. I wish we still had streetcars in all of our towns. I know their not practical in this day and age, but there’s such a special quality to them that I think losing them costs us something in our community life.

  2. I love the snowy window scene Sandra, it’s a beautiful view! I’m really late getting mine up, and I’m way behind on my blog posting. I had a great Thanksgiving, squeezed in between several busy days before and since, but I’ll be caught up on here in a few days. It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas on your blogs 🙂 I love it!

      1. Oh, my! How lovely! Yes, it looks like a house with a story, and I think I’d love to live there. (Assuming I had someone to come in and clean, of course). Wouldn’t that little tower at the top with those lovely windows make a perfect prayer room?

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