What do you see through yours?

When we take photos, we use all kinds of things to frame our images and get the viewer’s eye to focus where we want it: plants, architectural elements, lighting. You know what else can be a great frame? An actual frame — a window frame.

The harbor in Brindisi, Italy, through the window of a bed and breakfast on Via Regina Margherita.

Your inspiration this week is windows. Use a window to frame your shot. Show us what you see out the window from the place where you usually blog, use a window to give structure to your photo, or make a window itself your subject.

To get more creative, use the glass in a window to add texture to your photo. And if you feel like being metaphorical, go for it! Share an image focused on someone’s eyes (the windows to the soul, dont’cha know), or of a landscape or piece of art that’s like a window to another world for you.

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  1. This challenge reminded me of one of the most beautiful quotes. “we would be together and have our books and at night be warm in bed together with the windows open and the stars bright.” Ernest Hemingway, A Moveable Feast

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  2. There are some advantages in going to a place during the off-peak tourist season. To start, there’s less crowd and better accommodations can be had. That’s what we experienced when we visited Oban, Scotland.

    Our room at the hotel was a great deal for the money. It had windows that offered a fantastic view of the bay and surrounding areas.

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  3. Windows of perspectives of events in the outside world, there’s a need for reality in the real world. The doors of reality builds up i n our innermost most pressing interest, hence motivation, aspiration sets the the pace and steps necessary to advance on the dreams of our windows. Success is the final word, when the perspectives come through the window, aspirations built in the mind, motivation sets the pace of motion and strength is committed to attainment for success. The reality of our perspective becomes successful. If there is a window to prospect, then there must be a door to pass through to attain the success in reality.

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  4. I focused on windows in Italy too. I never made it to Brindisi, though. Windows are one of my favorite things to photograph. Thanks for the challenge. Here is my link:

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