Monday Window – 21

Invisible Windows

This past weekend was a fun time. The annual Peachtree Corners Festival brought music, car shows, arts and crafts, and good eats to town. The activities are in a park-like setting with the “midway” wrapping around a couple of office buildings that are known locally as the “invisible” buildings. The reflective floor-to-ceiling windows show the surrounding trees and green space. On this occasion they reflected also the tents and activities of the festival.

My first photo is also a selfie!

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While folks outside see just reflections and nothing of what goes on inside, it is quite another view from the inside!

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.:.

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