‘Twists In The Window’
Lines & Windows
‘Lines & Windows’
…many views give perspective…
…show me the outside; show me again…
Not only are they austere ,”no frills”, windows, these particular gatehouse specimens don’t actually seem to fulfill the purpose of windows – nobody looks in or out of them as far as I can ascertain.
It’s all a bit sad really, but not beyond a post at Ebb Then Flood…
Green Windows Glow
‘Green Windows Glow’
Parking buildings are the ultimate in functional austerity. This one, though, emits a luminous green glow…
Putting Up The Shutters
‘Putting Up The Shutters’
Three Eyed Smile
‘Three Eyed Smile’
Fire Escape & Windows
‘Fire Escape & Windows’
Another building art related shot from last Sunday’s walkabout in Auckland’s Ponsonby.
Abstract snow (or maybe ice cream!) appears to melt from window sills.
Literally, very cool!
Ten Windows, Four Gulls
‘Ten Windows, Four Gulls’
Bulbs, Wires & Windows
‘Bulbs, Wires & Windows’
Emerging from the train station to a dawn fantasia; shapes and signals of the new day rising…
The Vic (Windows)
‘The Vic (Windows)’ Victoria Theatre, Devonport NZ. June 2020
Ten Museum Windows
‘Ten Museum Windows’
Eaves And Windows
‘Eaves And Windows’
Love And Windows
” If the house of the world is dark, love will find a way to make windows.”
Windows On Wake
A view of the wake from a passenger ferry to Waiheke Island from Auckland, through the ship’s windows, appears as if it were three frames in an old school roll of film…
( Ah, I remember rolls of film, but apart from the nostalgia factor, I don’t miss them, partly due to my shot cock-up rate, and also because of the inordinate processing costs.Not to mention exposing film to sunlight accidentally. Actually, the more I remember about the downsides, the less nostalgia I am feeling…..but big ups to you if you still take photos the old way! )
Windows To The Soul
It is said that eyes are windows to the soul.
These Barcelona windows at night are like a pair of eyes.
Showing an inner light and gazing on the passers-by and the goings on.
They will have seen it all and will know the true soul of this place.
Me, I am just a stranger here, with eyes of wonder in this spectacular city…
Tropicalia scene: a Singaporean street of a row of colonial era houses with louvred window shutters.
All closed, bar those of one house.
That is my challenge to myself – to be the exception – the house with shutters thrown wide open…
…to stay open, keep open, always…