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Friday, 5 November 2010

window from the past

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22 comments:

VALKYRIEN said...

Something about old windows that makes you wonder...who lives behind those windows? And who lived there before?
Nice shot Robert!

Kitty said...

There's such beautiful details in this, from the carved stonework at the top, to the exposed bricks at the bottom.

Bare bilder - Pictures only said...

Nice shot:) I like pictures of old windows. They have a history of their own.
Wishing you a nice weekend:)

Berit.

Dimple said...

Wonderful shot! A wordless testimony to the impermanence of this world.

Sylvia K said...

Such a wonderful shot indeed and sad because of what it says without words. Terrific, Robert! Hope you have a great weekend!

Sylvia

Y. Ikeda said...

Hi Webrucl,
Thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving insightful comment. I really appreciate it.
Wow, you were a gardener who made Japanese one!!! I would love to see garden you made.
You have such a beautiful photoblog. It's a lot of "Love" as you say. Well, I should be following you now.
Have a wonderful weekend.
Cheers.

Annelie said...

Thank you for your kind comment on my blog. I have been lookin around your pictures toninght and I have to say I just LOVE them!
Thank you for commenting, so I could find you!

Scott said...

Looks like some old ruins for sure. Great shot.

msdewberry said...

Great shot! I always wonder about the past history of old windows, who stood in front of these windows in days gone by, looking out at what? I have two window pictures on a photo contest right now, and there is story behind those windows I would love to know.

Maria-Denisa said...

Very nice!

MARGARET GOSDEN 2 said...

Much food for thought seen here - a lot of wondering from that which has decayed to that that has remained apparently stable in design. Interesting shot!

Rune (Bildebloggen) said...

Beautiful old window, nice details around there too. Fine structures and lines! Nice picture :)

Gilson said...

Roberto

Essa nova fase sua com fotos de Portugal estão cada vez mais bonitas e profundas.

Saudades de vocês.

Dawn said...

Great work!
I want to know who used to look out that window.....

Mahon said...

the details of this window is incredible, I like the black and white it is a good choice ! Bravo !

Bye :)

SKIZO said...

Great
work
good
creations

Dragonstar said...

That was a fine window once, and it still has a kind of decayed grandeur. Good shapes.
I'm sorry I'm so late visiting - a very busy weekend!

SILVIA said...

Me encantaría saber la historia que encierra esta ventana... Un fuerte abrazo!!!

Sagatun said...

Very nice picture
Like the carvings over the windo

Spiderdama said...

Wonderful old windows and so are the photo! Great and artistic.
Thanks for you nice comment..Not so much inspiration for blogging here, but we have great times..the Norwegian do not now how good life is..we have too much:-)
Hope you have a great time, hugs from me

Lucy Corrander said...

If I lived there, I'd want the window mended. Seeing that I don't, I want to know why it isn't

I’ve now used all the allotted space for photos on Pictures Just Pictures and have started a new blog so I can carry on. It’s called

Message in a Milk Bottle
http://messageinamilkbottle.blogspot.com/

I’ve given it a different look but its purpose is unchanged - a photo a day.

Lucy

Celia na Italia said...

I loved "windown from the past!"

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