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I've seen the three windows during a stroll through the historic town of Neustadt an der Weinstraße (formerly known as "Neustadt an der Haardt") located in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.
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I spotted this window with light filtering through the blinds, while touring the guest rooms of Nestleton Waters Inn .. my daughter's 2016 wedding venue.
Autumn window with reflections, light, shadows, patterns and colour contrasts.
I went to see Stoneywell, the beautiful Gimson Arts and Crafts cottage in the Charnwood Forest. It's in the care of the National trust. I could take photos provide I didn't use a flash. Here's a view through a window.
explored #486 ~ 29.Oct.2008 ~
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Eighteenth century Georgian architecture In Kildare Street, Dublin.
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..Potting shed or 'Privy' I'm not sure which but in it's day this window shed some light on something.. Happy Window Wednesday to all on Flickr, Alan:-) HWW..
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Here is the comp of the Turret Arch taken through the North Window ... a little closer to sunset that is warmer tones than the first image I have posted from this location. The cooler toned capture is shown below in the comments. Similarly, this is a 30 second exposure taken there. This image has a little cloning done to remove the "ghost" images of the people that were standing and walking around there in the arch. It was very exciting to be there and capture this with some fabulous colors there in the clouds.
The Windows area at Arches National Park - sunrise. Stitch of several shots.
Torre Espacio ▪ Madrid, Spain
Reflections from the windows across the street on Shotwell in the Mission District
Feel free to view this LARGE, but then please just pretend that you haven't noticed how dirty my windows are after a winter of rain and snow!
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Reflex of sky in a window of Florentine palace in Lungarno.
postprocessing: hdr + nik collection.
Posted: 23/6/14 h. 20,52
The shot I made on my way to work in September. Dark sky opened a window and showed a light for some minutes.
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This block of apartment buildings, on Dearborn Street near Congress Parkway in Chicago, caught my eye on a recent photo walk.
Interior condensation on a window pane caused by a quick drop in temperature outside.
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Taken at St. Augustine Florida. I just got back from a vacation and will try to catch up to everyone soon! Have a great day!
For Window Wednesdays. Hillside Winery, South Okanagan.
Peak of Grand Canyon from above about 1h before landing in Las Vegas coming from the East, while 90% of the other flight passengers had their window blinds closed.....
A new window in an old building and the scene looks way more dramatic than it actually is. It's merely a fresh made hole in the wall and obviously had a red bricks layer under the beige-ish plaster to give the sawdust such a bloodlike tone..