CBBH Photo Challenge: windows

I recently came across this photo challenge organized by East of Malaga blog and I though it was fun. This month’s theme is “windows,” which can lead to many different directions.

Here’s a few windows from around the world that caught my attention for different reasons:

The ground floor window at the Dallas Museum of Art. Those glass flowers were made by American artist Dale Chichuly and decorate this wonderful window of the Cafe.
A typical example of rural architecture in Carlos Keen, Argentina.

 

I adore those wrought iron balconies in Dinan, France
A somewhat unconventional shop window in Kensington Market, Toronto, Canada.
I love the reflection of the clouds on this window from a farmhouse in Jersey, Channel Islands.
An example of typical Spanish colonial architecture in Lujan, Argentina
The Chagall window at Chichester Cathedral, England

I discovered this challenge through this post by Meg Travels. Thanks!

Have a look at Restless Jo’s blog if you’re interested in Portugal. Great photos!

 

 

 

 

 

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Ana

Hi, I'm Ana. I'm originally from Argentina but I'm currently living in Dallas (USA) with my British husband. I'd like to share my experiences as an expat and as a traveller.

10 thoughts on “CBBH Photo Challenge: windows”

  1. Wow! Thank you so much, Ana. I was just about to comment what a great mix of windows these are (I specially love the Dallas one) and go and have a look at what Meg’s done with the challenge when I spotted the last line. Many thanks!

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  2. Hello Ana and welcome to the CBBH monthly Photo challenge! I´m so glad you decided to join us this month with your fantastic collection of windows from around the world. I am particularly fond of the one of the rural architecture in Carlos Keen, Argentina – especially with the lovely reflection through the window.

    Your links lead to two ladies whose blogs are well worth linking to – thanks for featuring them, Ana.

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