Monday Window – 39

Window Detail

There are big windows and small windows, magnificent windows and humble windows, and in this “Monday Window” challenge I have shown a wide variety, and my fellow photographers have presented some stunning and wonderful windows and photography.

For some time I have set aside some photos that don’t fit a particular topic or theme, many of them show details or unusual views. With this post I will start a short series of some of these. My first one has been in my archive for some three years and the intriguing feature is the pattern in the glass. Just yesterday I happen to be in Duluth, Georgia, and once again came across this window, actually a window in a door. So here is also a wider view of the source of this image.

Well there are really five windows here and two doors, maybe we will have to come back here for Thursday Doors.

 

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