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Unconventional window dressing.
Frame the window with stop sign then put in the glass.
Not the first time I go to a museum and then focus on some architectonical detail of the building rather than in the collections. Here is a a detail from a window in the Igreja de Madre de Deus, part of the convent that hosts the Museu Nacional do Azulejo. At first I was impressed by the way the light would flow from the street into the rather dark ambience of the chapel. Then I realized that capturing the light and including a bigger portion of the building wasn't going to work fine with the two lenses I had available. So I decided to focus on the window, with some azulejos on the walls as a side dish :)
Farmhouse shutters, Riehen CH. I get tired of the disconnect between English spelling and pronunciation. So I wrote Tu Blu instead of Two Blue. And who knows why the number which is pronounced "wun" is spelled "one." A person new to English might well guess that "one" is pronounced "ohn-eh, or just "ohn" -- which is the way we pronounce "own." Ah me.
In my set: Dan's Windows (Dan Daniels)
Window of a Pullman rail car at Durham Museum, formerly Union Station in Omaha, Nebraska.