Photo Challenge: Thursday’s Windows — Week 13

A local shop window decorated for Christmas. This picture didn’t come out quite as clear as I had hoped, but I was fascinated by all the work that had to go into creating this fantasy scene, and I wanted to share it.

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Please be sure and leave the link to your own windows pictures.

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50 thoughts on “Photo Challenge: Thursday’s Windows — Week 13

    1. Terrific shot, and how unique! Thank you, Suzanne, for sharing this. But please feel free to post a Christmas window also if you’d like to. We don’t have any limits on this challenge — in fact, no rules at all.

    1. Great job of catching that in the middle of a traffic jam. And I love those reflections. Isn’t it interesting that so often, if we really look, we can see a picture of two different things at once thanks to reflections.

      Also, I love your header photo. A totally unique way to approach the Christmas theme for your site. Really creative.

    1. Great photo. I have always loved windows in the second and third stories of business buildings. They are often unique, and I think they must have many stories they could tell. I often find myself tending to take pictures of those kinds of windows too. In fact, my photo next week will be of a business building right in the middle of town that lights its upstairs windows with red and green lights for the Christmas holidays.

        1. It’s so intriguing, isn’t it, to try to imagine what all was involved in the lives of the people who built the building, worked in it, and were treated in it? There’s so much living that goes on in a building — so many people who stood and looked out of that window . . .
          That’s why windows fascinate me so.

  1. Hi Sandra, nice window picture you have posted. I could not get decorated window. I’m new here this is my first entry -http://amaltaas.wordpress.com/2012/12/14/photo-challenge-thursdays-windows-week-13/

    1. Indira, your link to your window post isn’t working for some reason. I can follow the link from the blog itself to get to your site, so at least people can do that. But if you’d like to try posting it again, you’re very welcome to do so. It’s one of the most charming pictures we’ve had on this challenge. How wonderful to have a little bird visit you every day. My father had a squirrel that lived in our neighborhood come and visit him every day for a couple of years. If my dad didn’t come to the door as quickly as the squirrel wanted, he would climb up onto the door and chatter away until he got attention.

      Thanks for sharing this with us.

    1. Very neat! What an attention-getter: all that huge expanse of wall and such a tiny window. Makes you realize that man recognizes a need to connect with others — even when a lot of brick and concrete would try to keep him from it, doesn’t it?

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