A Lingering Look at Windows: Week #4

Welcome to a new year of Window Views. I’ve tweaked this challenge slightly. To see how, visit out title page
Thanks to all that participated last week and welcome to those who join us now.

This challenge is very laid back. Join us when you can. It runs Thursday thru Thursday; jump in any time. Tag your posts A Lingering Look at Windows so we can find you in our readers.

This week I am back in Edinburg but for a very good reason. I have been asked to exhibit some of my pictures in a nearby community theater there during their running of Jesus Christ Superstar which opens March 7th. I’m very excited!

41 thoughts on “A Lingering Look at Windows: Week #4

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  2. I have never understood why windows were made in this fashion. When your window were made it was probably because it was an easier size of glass to deal with and only a small bit would need replacing if it became broken. There has been a resurgence in this style in Australia recently and it makes me feel as though I am in prison. Good photos though and congratulations on your exhibition.


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  7. Must admit I had to click on your link to Edinburg because when I first read it I thought you’d missed off the H. And I did wonder how come you were exhibiting over here! Anyway mystery solved!

    As others have said your windows look nice, but are horrid to clean. Mine are a bit of a mix this week, though all from the same place: http://wp.me/pL5Ms-YL
    Jude xx


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  14. I think because glass used to be handmade its size was limited. Once glass making became standardized, and rolled glass, safety glass, or glass with metal webbing inserting between sandwiched sheets, made larger windows possible. Just a guess. When it comes to personal space I also find the wee window panels break up the outdoor view.


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