Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Windows in German Village

Carmi's newest thematic photographic is Windows. The first two are of a building that was vacant and abandoned for most of the years I've been here (some windows were boarded up, but a lot were just missing). About a year ago, restoration was begun.


Not only did this window in German Village catch my eye, I like that tree, too.

One of the nice sunsets we've been getting around here lately.

Mouse over pics for captions, and click them for larger versions.
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12 comments:

Randal Graves said...

You bastard, could've put up the sunset at 5:18:08, but noooooo, you had to choose 5:18:07. Everyone would have chosen 5:18:07.

Karen S. said...

You are so funny- and delightful! I just knew even with your great eye for windows- you'd mention a tree or other worldly creature roaming our beautiful earth! Hooray/bravo for seeing through your windows of life for us!

Mandos said...

No pictures of Microsoft products?

Kelsea said...

What a beautiful sunset!

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Thanks people!

That pic might have been taken an hour earlier, R.G. The display screen on the Canon G12 no longer works, so no daylight savings time adjustments are possible.

Mandos, you have to visualize the XP operating system that is being used to make these posts in your head.
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Jess Brady said...

Love your sunset picture! The colours are so vivid and I like how the windows glint :)

Gilly said...

You need to delete anonymous - he's trolling!

But I love your pics - though they do look awfully austere.

But the sunset is really lovely!

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Yes, nonny has grown quite persistent. Normally, that stuff is caught automatically in the spamulator, but this makes about six times I've had to send it there myself since yesterday.

I wonder what's up with that...I hate that horrible word verification thing google offers.
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Janet said...

Church of the Rabbit Orbs? Eh? That sunset is gorgeous! And I love when old buildings are renovated...we have many old mill buildings here in Lowell and lots of them have been reclaimed as condos or apartments.

Bob Scotney said...

The house keeping its one 'eye' on the tree is one for me.

Mandos said...

Some people haven't yet seen the light. The light of the orbs.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

There is always hope, Mandos.
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