Well, I thought I would close things out with a big finale, so I’m offering you four pictures this week. The first three are the ‘Chicago Windows Trilogy.’ They are some shots my sister took (from her hotel window) while in Chicago this past year. I believe these enormous skyscrapers with their thousands of windows say something significant about our culture: Windows are no longer just an opening in the wall through which we can see out or see in. They have become a major and an influential part of our architecture, and as such, have a great deal to say about our society — for now and for the future when people look back on the kinds of buildings we created in which to live and work.
This last little window is one that I’m sharing because I began this challenge with a small personal window that had a flower box sitting on its ledge. I thought it was appropriate to share another of those charming windows with you in closing. They really are one of my favorite kinds of windows in the whole world.
This challenge has been so much fun for me. I never dreamed, when I whimsically posted that first picture that so many of you out there would also enjoy taking and sharing pictures of windows. You have been great, and I’ve enjoyed all of your photos very, very much. I’m also grateful to have had this opportunity to meet so many of you through this venture, and I will most definitely still visit your blogs and stay in communication. I’m not leaving the blogging community. I just need to step out of this challenge because I can’t be sure right now that I will be able to post something on a strict schedule, and I don’t want the rest of you having to wait on me to post your pictures.
But one of our participants has asked to take over the challenge and keep it going from her site. Her blog is called “The Day After — Musings of a Wannabe Photographer.” Here’s the link to her site:
So if you are still enjoying this challenge, just hop over there and follow her blog so that you will see the notification of next week’s challenge from there. I’ll join in as often as I can. The Lord bless you all. Keep having fun.