Monday Window – 54

Looking Out and Looking Through Windows

Windows are not just for letting light and air in, they serve for looking out, and most are also meant to be looked at. Here we look at the street-side window of the building in Buckhead, Atlanta, Georgia that was the feature of my last week’s Monday Window post.

A couple of other windows round out the theme for this, my last installment, of weekly contributions to my Monday Window challenge.

I want to give a shout-out to my fellow Monday Window bloggers who have brought wonderful, interesting, surprising, and well-crafted photos to the blogging world in response to my challenge.

Thank you, thank you, very, very much!

.:.

© 2017 Ludwig Keck

This entry was posted by Ludwig.

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