Weekly Photo Challenge: Windows


Weekly Photo Challenge no. 40: WINDOWS – it’s a sad, sad situation – but at least soothing sunlight falls through the large windows of a silent abandoned factory in Bochum, a city in Germany. Bochum lost the coal mines activity, the steel industry, recently a production unit of NOKIA and – (on the picture) an abandoned hall of OPEL / General Motors: some parts of automobile industry too. That’s the result of globalism. comment by marineavoile59 / Marine Armstrong: “…it would be a great space for a restaurant, a dance school, a photo gallery, a library… and so many other things… I hope it gets rescued…” – my reply: in the meantime it was destroyed for a cheap global shopping mall…
P.S.:
the mustard colored coverings remained from the last event in this room: an exhibition of modern paintings (weeks before: Opel car exhibition); 80 years before: a train repair factory, in the middle of the circle various movable railway tracks; the wonderful half round architecture was extinguished last year a building like a box is now the ruler of the game: a cheap Penny-market for jobless people …
abandoned factory
photo via flickr.com by Frizztext

feel free to add in the comments the link to your own interpretation of this week’s topic WINDOWS
related:
all my other contributions to WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE:
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http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2011/11/04/weekly-photo-challenge-windows

compare other versions of the topic WINDOWS, chosen by wordpress members:

1
http://aurelientt.wordpress.com/2011/11/04/weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
my comment to the windows of suburban GLASGOW, Scotland: “…since it became an industry to create houses, the idea of HOME got sick …”
2
http://roobo69.wordpress.com/2011/11/05/weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
my comment to Robin: a school likes to feel like a royal palace …
3
http://postadaychallenge2011.com/2011/11/04/weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
my reply to Jackie Paulson: an armchair, a window, light flooding in, silence – what more do we need?
4
http://scottseyephotos.wordpress.com/2011/11/04/weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
my reply to scotseye: “…separated from hustle & bustle on the streets …”
5
http://pseu1.wordpress.com/2011/11/04/windows/
reply to pseu1: I also like stained glass craftsmanship; we feel like an owner of a medieval castle …
6
http://insellos.wordpress.com/2011/11/05/weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
frizz-question: aged 65 we should take a bus, should give away our drivers’ license?
7
http://isobelandcat.wordpress.com/2011/11/04/weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
frizz-reply to a fine gallery of UK-windows: my favorite: the cat looking out of the window …
8
http://jmeyersforeman.wordpress.com/2011/07/27/window-display-creative-vision-or-creative-view/
frizz referring to an Irish window: windows are a chance to decorate bringing a little personality to the public …
9
http://roobo69.wordpress.com/2011/11/05/weekly-photo-challenge-again-windows-in-madagascar/
I had to smile, discovering the tiger in the Madagascar window …
10
http://mikehardisty.wordpress.com/2011/11/05/weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
frizz-comment to Mike Hardisty: I like this Victorian Beach Shelter which you’ve found on the sea-front at Weston-super-Mare, England; it must be wonderful to look to the ocean, but safe vs. stormy wind and raining dogs & cats …
11
http://directionallyimpaired.wordpress.com/2011/11/05/weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
frizz-comment: airports always have the largest windows: the best invitation to enter the sky without any fear…
12
http://estirador.wordpress.com/2011/11/05/weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
I like the Stadshuset window, Stockholm: that chandelier as a metaphor for mercantile life styles …
13
http://2011onthebench.wordpress.com/2011/11/05/5-november-2011-new-weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
I like the photo introducing the blogger “on the bench”, living in Ulmarra, her Girls came to visit and they ate at THE WIDE RIVER CAFÉ. Looking out the window…
14
http://3rdculturechildren.com/2011/11/05/weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
wonderful slide show as a tribute to the colorful windows of Brazil!
15
http://graciesam.wordpress.com/2011/11/05/weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
Divinity School from University of Oxford, built in 1427-83. Outside – and even inside (HARRY POTTER movie!) – breathtaking tradition …
16
http://cardinalguzman.wordpress.com/2011/11/05/the-opera-house-in-oslo-weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
once my daughter, an architect, joined the competition to build this opera house, but she wasn’t ranked in the first five positions. So all the work was in vain …
17
http://deadpoet1968.wordpress.com/2011/11/05/weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
for all of us: the wide open window to the world: the Microsoft WINDOWS organized by Bill Gates – he is an Einstein …
18
http://chittlechattle.wordpress.com/2011/11/05/weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
the typical line of windows combined with a royal fence and a war Lord sculpture …
19
http://gogreygirl.wordpress.com/2011/11/05/weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
it’s a nice idea, to add a kid’s painting too!
20
http://justsnaps.wordpress.com/2011/11/05/weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
sometimes windows are very fast = running windows …
21
http://mizzrainbow.wordpress.com/2011/11/05/weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
I like her comment “HAPPY COUNTING” – something like counting sheep if you cannot fall asleep 🙂
22
http://bagiaxitin.wordpress.com/2011/11/05/weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
at least kings & queens (even in Bangkok) used to enjoy the luxury of large windows, saying a welcome to all the light shining in from heaven above …
23
http://jullianeford.wordpress.com/2011/11/05/weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
slide show: windows in Spain & Bulgaria
24
http://cinova.wordpress.com/2011/11/05/weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
it seems, in Hongkong an architect composed a house with a big big window for helicopters to fly through …
25
http://justramblinpier.wordpress.com/2011/11/05/what-do-windows-do/
“…what windows are truly for?” – a very creative article, more than just another photo challenge!
26
http://ljr3.wordpress.com/2011/11/06/weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
If a pilot had no windows – if some pilots were suddenly blind …
27
http://conspiracyofravens.wordpress.com/2011/11/06/weekly-photo-challenge-windows%e2%80%8f/
rocket to the sky with small windows by “conspiracy of ravens” …
28
http://pancakeashes.wordpress.com/2011/11/07/weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
about “the absence of windows…” (!)
29
http://littlethingsoflife.wordpress.com/2011/11/06/weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
“The eyes are windows to the soul.”
30
http://passion2read.wordpress.com/2011/11/04/weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
a winter window …
31
http://runningnakedwithscissors.wordpress.com/2011/11/06/weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
The windows of a car… = “high speed expectation”.
32
http://oranjeflamingo.wordpress.com/2011/11/07/weekly-photo-challenge-windows-2/
me commenting Dutch windows there: The Netherlands are that country with the most beautiful windows of the world. Wasn’t there a tax rule supporting large windows? Or is it to invite an optimized quantity of light into the dark long Dutch rooms? Narrow, long houses need large windows on the opposite walls – the light can run through the whole room immediately without any curves. (Good for blizzards too – to walk in – and directly out again on the opposite window …)
33
http://thirdhandart.wordpress.com/2011/11/07/weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
school windows, university windows, printing factory windows …
34
http://cocomino.wordpress.com/2011/11/08/weekly-photo-challenge-windows-have-meanings/
often a window deals with reflections …
35
http://aartigarde.wordpress.com/2011/11/05/weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
a chance for an outside Zebra to look into your private space …
36
https://jakesprinters.wordpress.com/2011/11/05/dreamer/
aircraft windows …
37
http://giulas41.wordpress.com/2011/11/06/weekly-photo-challenge-windows-3/
Window to a beach paradise in Brazil …
38
http://zarabu.wordpress.com/2011/08/16/from-another-era/
I think this photo would fit the WINDOW topic too: one starts to compare the bow of the Volkswagen car windows with the bow of house windows. We also have a bow in our windows; our house was built 1904
39
http://letmegrabmycamera.wordpress.com/2011/10/16/san-francisco-afternoon/
windows in San Francisco …
40
http://experimentsinexperience.wordpress.com/2011/11/03/light-and-dark/
the strength of black and white church symmetry …
41
http://i95ride.wordpress.com/2011/11/04/weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
snow outside …
42
http://connieemeraldeyes.wordpress.com/2011/11/04/weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
in an empty room windows are like a treasure …
43
http://byniki.wordpress.com/2011/11/05/weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
Warsaw windows …
44
http://situkangnyampah.wordpress.com/2011/11/05/weekly-photo-challenge-window/
Singapore windows …
45
http://maggiephotgraphy.wordpress.com/2011/11/05/weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
wooden houses in Canada, broken, full of history …
46
http://worldofcassie.wordpress.com/2011/11/05/weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
gallery of windows, my favorite: a yellow crane in Cologne …
47
http://hurtlingtowards60.wordpress.com/2011/11/05/the-shoreham-beach-houseboats-weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
creative self made houseboats windows!
48
http://spindelbilder.wordpress.com/2011/11/05/empty-house/
location for a horror movie …
49
http://rachelmercado.wordpress.com/2011/11/05/weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
Seattle skyscraper windows …
50
http://didised.wordpress.com/2011/11/06/weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
the sexiest version of this week’s photo topic …
51
http://4otomo.wordpress.com/2011/11/07/weekly-photo-challenge-windows/#comment-569
Malmö, Sweden – and the Spanish architect Calatrava …
52
http://eof737.wordpress.com/2011/11/09/weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
friends are like windows – reflections by Elizabeth Obih-Frank
53
http://picturesqueworld.wordpress.com/2011/03/06/weekly-photo-challenge-shadow-2/
colored windows as separated light filter
54
http://maggiescamera.wordpress.com/2011/11/08/weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
giant atrium window
55
http://byniki.wordpress.com/2011/11/09/weekly-photo-challenge-windows-2/
mixed light mood
56
http://implicado.wordpress.com/2011/11/08/zoo-in-the-city/
what a giraffe would ask us?
57
http://photographicnovel.wordpress.com/2011/11/09/weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
a cat with a philosopher’s attitude
58
http://justalillost.com/2011/11/10/314365-weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
use a window like a chalkboard (typical winter games…)
59
http://juliedawnfox.com/2011/11/10/weekly-photo-challenge-windows/
one arm out – like some cabriolet drivers …
60
http://4otomo.wordpress.com/2011/11/10/windows-on-berlin/
the Norman Foster architecture, Reichstag, Berlin, is a very creative solution to catch the light …
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writer, photographer, guitarist

101 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Windows

  1. thirdhandart

    The light streaming through the windows made perfect shadows on the floor. Beautiful photo!

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  2. if this is an HDR, then this is one of the really well done HDR’s. some great details coming out straight !

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  3. This is so meaningful. I like it a lot. Frizztext, thank you for the comments to my post with social music of the past: I’m glad that there were no viewing issues (or were there) this time around. Many of these songs I got to listen to at the Free Europe Station, back in the sixties and seventies. Also a good friend of mine had some music sent over by his brother, established in France. But nothing from the Vinyls of the time or later from the casettes (the 8 tracks never made it to Romania.) Thanks again, I’m glad that you reffered to some of the programs that raised my eyesbrows, and made my htink in admiration of today manifestations. I tried to get different views, from different online media. That too I feel very happy that works over in Germany. Have a great weekend, and I’m sure will find something else of significance, and spiritual value, to share with the world. Bye for now.

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  4. I tried to leave a comment for your photo, on flicker, but it did not go thru: I was wondering why they want to distroy all the industrial base? What do they want to accomplish, asside from creating chaos!

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  5. This is an awesome picture! I love the lighting (and shadows), composition, color and of course, subject. Job well done, Frizz!

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  6. jakesprinter

    Great image for this week themes

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  7. Beautiful photograph! Wonderful subject and great composition

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  8. I like the play of light and shadows on this one 🙂 great pic.

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  9. that is stunning – great photo – love the lighting

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  10. Heidi

    Can I saty there just once, it looks like one almost could.

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  11. Stunningly beautiful!! The natural lighting is incredible. It fills my imagination……

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  13. I love the shadows and large windows. Great photo!

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  14. This is an interesting photo, great light making beautiful shadows on the floor.
    Shame it’s now an abandoned factory.

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  15. ….bellissima foto.
    peccato che abbia fatto la fine sbagliata…un centro commerciale…peccato davvero.
    buona giornata
    vento

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  16. Very very nice shot. The room is great thanks to the windows.

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  17. Gorgeous windows… You always have the best. 🙂
    I’ve been out of the loop with power outages and conferences… now catching up on comments. TY! 🙂

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  19. zebradaestepe

    Beautiful photo. The yellow fabric and the sunlight shape on the floor make the space look quite magical

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  20. The colours and the way the light falls are beautiful. i like the way you have caught the curve of the wall. Despite its sad story, this is, for me, a happy picture. I could imagine the building being turned into a wonderful home.
    What are the mustard coloured coverings hiding?

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    • the mustard colored coverings remained from the last event in this room: an exhibition of modern paintings (weeks before: Opel car exhibition); 80 years before: a train repair factory, in the middle of the circle various movable railway tracks; the wonderful half round architecture was extinguished last year a building like a box is now the ruler of the game: a cheap Penny-market for jobless people …

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  21. we have at least two groups:
    1. from inside:
    winter cat's morning
    click on the photo to find: frizztext

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  22. 2. from outside:
    window blues
    click on the photo to visit frizztext’s photo stream at flickr.com

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  24. This is truly cinematic, you have captured an atmosphere that stirs the imagination. Stunning.

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  25. All too many of these wonderful old buildings are being destroyed for modernisation. Thank you for the pingback

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  26. A gorgeous photo frizztext. The lighting, the textures. Shadows of the arched windows on the cracked floor with little piles of rubble from the walls. I am sorry it was demolished, very sad but an awesome picture you have and thanks for sharing it!

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  27. Amar Naik

    nice pics

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  28. Beautiful capture! I like the way the sunlight was reflected on the floor.

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  30. You have always inspired me, and your windows with the way the light hits all the other areas reminds me of how my life is. If I see only darkness then there is no light..but with this photo I felt like my life has light at the end of the tunnel…or so my hardships I have had since 2007 are finally coming to an end. I am in awww.

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  31. compare an abandoned Kindergarten in Russia:
    the room.
    photo via flickr.com by Fantoccio / Kseniya, Ufa, Russia:

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  32. I love your selection of windows. Amazing choices

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  33. The derelict building is a brilliant photo but it makes me sad to see it fall apart.

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  35. compare another angle of view 🙂
    Loft Light

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  36. Nice shot – very well done!

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  37. A really great post! Fascinating variety of “windows”!! =)

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  38. Good representation of the photo challenge. I know first hand the feeling of walking through a manufacturing plant when it was bustling and in high production, and the chills of walking through it a few years later after it was shut down…abandoned and dark. I was told that once the large machines were turned off, they could never be turned on again.
    http://creativityaroused.wordpress.com/2011/11/04/weekly-photo-challenge-windows/

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    • hi Fergiemoto, you wrote (above):
      “… I was told that once the large machines were turned off, they could never be turned on again…”
      compare
      e-mail-dialogue between kjatexas
      (approved by him to make public)
      and me:
      Here in the US we are loosing jobs as corporations move those jobs overseas in search of cheaper labor. Apparently Germany has the same problem. What part of the world are German jobs disappearing too, and how is that causing political problems for the party in power. To my mind it is a serious problem for a country when it loses the heavy industries that make up its industrial capacity…
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      frizz-feedback:
      last accident: European Airbus won vs. Boeing…
      NOKIA went to Bulgaria…
      heavy industry equipment was sold to China…

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  39. Very nice picture. I like a lot the contrasts..

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  40. compare my black and white version:
    Metaphor
    Buildings, cities and states – or plants, animals and human beings: they all have their ups and downs. At first they are growing, then they tumble down again. Sometimes even the downs have a certain dignity. – someone’s entering there at the door: friend or foe? (P.S.: it’s my wife, waiting for me to come out, continue shopping – but I sadly hesitated…)

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  41. now I found the English term for that architecture:
    ROUNDHOUSE – we say Ringlokschuppen:
    ~
    ROUNDHOUSE:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roundhouse
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    Ringlokschuppen
    http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ringlokschuppen

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  42. roundhouse in Toronto, Canada

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    John Street Roundhouse, photo by “Das48”

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  43. The lighting in this one is stunning

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  44. I like another LOFT in my hometown WUPPERTAL very much; an abandoned factory [ELBA] also – but with a hammock very near to a big window delivering bright light …
    hammock

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  45. I once introduced the art of Helene Desplechin, Madrid
    https://flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2011/10/14/helene-desplechin-bw-photography/
    she composed an interesting version of the WINDOW theme:
    .

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  46. wow… ur photo collection’s like a miracle. good job!!!

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  47. my wife Barbara made a photo session in the BEELITZ Heilstätten near BERLIN; abandoned infirmary – but the windows are a reminder to a lost grandiosity (of 1914…)
    palace of a hidden beauty
    click on the photo to enter my flickr.com photostream “frizztext”

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  48. would you prefer to see the urban jungle through your window
    reflection
    or do you like more to have the ocean outside?
    JazzCafe METEOR
    both photos via flickr.com by Frizztext

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  49. All fabulous pics!

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  50. All of these windows are fabulous. Sad buildings.

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  51. flying windows see more than fixed ones in a small town …
    aircraft museum in Munich
    If a pilot had no windows – if some pilots suddenly were blind …

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  52. very cool windows and nice light coming in!

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  53. when I found this photo by PHIL MARION, taken in Morocco,
    I realized, that a satellite reciever is another kind of WINDOW …
    Fes, Morocco
    title=”Fes”, Morocco by Phil Marion, on Flickr”

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  54. It looks as if it wants to be lonely but the sun will not let it. which I felt even more after seeing the black and white. Thank you for the link and
    I have nominated you for The Versatile Blogger Award.
    Peace 🙂

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  55. Such beautiful golden light coming through beautifully shaped windows. Such a shame to see it lost and abandoned. The drapery made me think of Christo’s Gates exhibit in Central Park.

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  56. I love the lighting you captured in you windows pictures.

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  57. Awesome collection, Frizztext. I can’t really figure out which picture I like the most. There are so many great ones! Thanks for sharing, also for the link to my windows-interpretation (see link 46). Oh, and the crane is also my fav, along with the “Kranhäuser” I added yesterday: http://worldofcassie.files.wordpress.com/2011/11/p1080082.jpg

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  58. Stunning collections…love them all!

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  59. This has been such a fascinating post about windows — many different interpretations! Thank you again for linking back to my blog. I do appreciate it! 🙂

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  60. so gorgeously tragic. beautiful capture. thank you for sharing.

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  61. WOW … I love all of these. i couldn’t possibly pick. Very nice photos, Frizz. The variety is astounding. I must say the cat one always grab my heart. The one with the woman sitting in a chair and the window just past her is very artistic.
    Well done ..
    Isadora

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  62. Love all your shots! Thanks for adding a link to my sexiest post ever 😀

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  63. I love the vibrancy of colors on the photos! It’s very captivating to the eyes.

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  64. I once found a giant atrium window in the German city Muenster:
    Architect: KLEIHUES, Germany

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  65. Beautiful windows photo!! I love the sun, lighting the floor through the windows….

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  67. All so beautiful and some so sad, so many windows, so many stories and all so beautifully shot . . .

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  68. Hongkong as seen by the photographer Manuel Romaris, sent to my group BLOG IT:
    Hong Kong
    click on the photo to enter his photostream …

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  69. sooooooooooo many windows… difficult to point out the best one ! but I like the black and white version of the first pic. Thanks for the ping back.

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  70. thanks for the growing numbers of faves, 70 till now, wow!
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    40 – weekly-photo-challenge-windows – 70 faves
    39 – weekly-photo-challenge-hidden – 47 faves
    38 – weekly-photo-challenge-opportunity – 34 faves
    37 – weekly-photo-challenge-possibility – 41 faves
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  71. jbheronneau

    Your pictures are superb!
    Especially the first one… I love the colors and you perfectly controled the lighting!
    Were you a photographer?
    The woman in B&W is perfect too (I am talking about the picture here… Don’t wanna create any problem 🙂 )!
    And what to say about the windows frame with the sailing boat in the background, except that I wish I saw it in a magazine. The composition is phenomenal.

    Best regards!
    http://jibsphotography.wordpress.com

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  73. Glad I stopped by, really neat windows here! Keep up the good work on these challenges 🙂

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  74. wow. i don’t know how to add links into post like this, as well as insert images into comments like above.:((

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