Here we are at the last ‘Windows’ photo of the year.
This is a photo I took a while back but I thought it summed up this time of year in the Northern Hemisphere, with a glimpse of colour and light to brighten our short winter days.
Thank you so much to all of you who have shared such wonderful photos and stories to go with them each month throughout 2019.
Please leave a link in the comments to share this month’s Windows.
2020 is just around the corner and I am so excited that the theme for the year will be
*** !! ❤ TEXTILE TUESDAYS ❤ !! ***
Let’s gather on the first Tuesday of the month to share what textiles we have found, or textile projects we are working on.
I am so looking forward to sharing some textiley nattering with you all.
The first Textile Tuesday will be on Tuesday 7th January
It was only as I was driving back late last night from a Dairy Event, with two sleeping grandchildren in the car that I was thinking “it must be the first Tuesday of the month soon …… oh Yikes! it IS the first Tuesday of the month”.
So here, a day late, is our Photographic Monthly Meet-Up with the subject of WINDOWS running throughout 2019 .
This school term I usually take Miss E, 12, to her swimming lessons on a Wednesday morning, she has to be in the pool at 7am. I thought it would be a tough call to get up at 5:40am to be in time to take her there, but actually when the sun is shining through the huge windows it is a joyful start to the day.
and I feel full of energy and quite virtuous on a Wednesday – giving me a very good excuse to take it easy on Thursdays, tucked up with sewing or crochet. 😉
The second photo for this month comes from my recent visit to London, all of the photos would be worthy entries, but I took this one with this month’s challenge in mind.
and then in black and white
Do you have any photos of windows to share with us today? (or any day this month)
Current or archive, all welcome.
Please leave a link in the Comments. 🙂
It is the first Tuesday of the month, time to share some photographs of WINDOWS, our theme for the whole of 2019.
I have to admit it crept up on me this month, as the last few weeks have been busy with grandchildren on their summer holidays – I’m one very happy but very tired Granny!
So I have been dreaming of holidays – and thinking of windows seen on holidays in the past – this one with shutters in a little beach shop on Nevis in the Caribbean in May 2017
Love those colours together.
In contrast, this one seen on a walk to Pickering from Whistle Stop Cottage last November
A trip to London and the view from a window high up in the Tate Modern, looking out over the Thames.
and a bizarre shop window in Tokyo from November 2015
Do you have any window photos to share this month.
All are welcome whether they are current or archive posts – sometimes it is fun to revisit blog posts from a few years ago. To join in you can put a link in the comments of this post anytime until the next month begins on the first Tuesday in October.
On the first Tuesday of each month we meet here to share photos of windows we have spotted. There have been some fascinating entries, I’m really enjoying seeing them. Recent or archive posts are all welcome, just leave a link in the comments.
On a recent walk to the tiny wooden St Catherine’s Chapel, Holworth:
The graveyard looks out to sea
as we sat on the grass we were serenaded by what I think was a Goldfinch in the weather-beaten trees. We couldn’t see the bird well enough to identify it, but I have a wonderful free App called ‘Chirp’ that has taught me to identify birdsong and I checked it with that – what do you think? Song of a Goldfinch?
On the path down to the beach we noticed that this little cottage had been spruced up with new windows and a new thatched roof, shame they haven’t removed the horrid pebbledash on the walls.
I’m looking forward to seeing a window on your piece of the world. 🙂
Welcome to our Photographic Monthly Meet Up when we share photos of windows old and new on the first Tuesday each month. Leave a link to a recent or archive post in the comments.
The first is from the ruined remains of the Abbey at Cerne Abbas. You can read more about the history of the building here.
Another old lattice window, from inside a National Trust property, but I can’t remember which one.
For complete contrast I’m remembering my holiday in Nevis, the Caribbean in April 2017
I’m excited to see what windows you have found this month.
Looking through the wibbly-wobbly glass of the magnificent greenhouse at Greenway House back in March.
The greenhouse sits in a peaceful walled garden looking onto the croquet lawn
Another view catching shadows on the inside
and in contrast,
the windows from inside the old stables at the lost village of Tyneham
seen on a recent visit with Master R and Little Miss M.
I sat and crocheted at the picnic table outside while the children played a wonderful game of make-believe in the stables and barns
Have you spotted any windows of interest?
We meet here on the first Tuesday of every month to share photos of windows we have found.
Whether ancient or modern, each window tells a story.
Leave a link in the comments, any time this month, to a new or archive post – all welcome.
Ooof! Don’t you just love the terracotta against that amazing sky.
For my last post about my trip to Egypt, I bring you some Egyptian windows
In the background of the photo below you can see one of those abandoned building projects that punctuated street scenes everywhere we went
We went in search of an art gallery, but the only one we found was closed.
I was surprised to see so much English signage in Hurghada.
What windows you have found to share with us this month?
I’m looking forward to seeing them. Please leave a link in the Comments below.