[Categories: Photography, Photography 101 Forever
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The Lens Artists Challenge is hosted this week by Amy.
Banner photo is a window with a view built in. It’s Tiffany Window – Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Once upon a time this was a very favored special spot, partly for the superb windows with a view. Blue River, CO, facing south toward Hoosier Pass:
2017, on a Scotland and Ireland tour. I believe these were once windows looking into the interior of a manor house. Time, tide, and nature waits for no man:
Kate and Wills, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, went to school in St. Andrews, Scotland, and likely gazed out of these windows:
The Scotland/Ireland tour. Oh the stories stones could tell, if stones told stories. They keep their secrets well:
Looking out a window of the Millicent Rogers Museum, absolutely THE place for an education in southwest jewelry and crafts art:
Window with a View from a tour barge in the Netherlands, on a bike-and-barge tour with International Bicycle Tours in 2015:
Bus Window with a View leaving the Kinderdijk village in the Netherlands:
Float-plane Window with a View while circling Denali in Alaska. I’m not positive if this particular mountain is Denali, but you get the idea:
As always, kudos to the tireless leaders of the weekly Lens-Artists challenge.
Best wishes for 2020.