Today’s window theme is my contribution to the Thursday Challenge. I’ve chosen glass windows, but not necessarily common or garden windows.
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The window through which I view the world.
A stained-glass window in a shopping arcade.
The second floor window of a financial institution, with a petite balcony.
Item for sales in front, items for sale behind, and not-for-sale items reflected.
A window looking onto the platform at the railway station. Not that you’d see much with the type of glass in use in the window.
A series of four vertical windows on the other side of the railway station. Tall and narrow windows; they remind me of the type of slits in the turrets of European castles through which arrows could be shot.