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A very beautiful picture, the bricks abowe the window are lovely.
This was a abandoned hotel and overall had a rather eerie feel to it. But this photo turned out so beautifully that I was shocked. 🙂 Glad you like it, Lena.
Fabulous picture. (I love doors and windows – they all have stories there to open…)
Personification would be so easy with this one. What all has she seen? The arch reminds me somehow of Anne Boleyn and one of her portraits.
Great contrast not only with the color but the solid wall, the transparent glass (both still and cold) and the very much alive green grasses dancing in front.
Phil, you just made my morning or maybe my entire day. I love this photo and the fact that, except for the framing, it’s completely the way I took it with my phone. Thanks for being enthusiastic enough to take time for this fulsome comment!
That’s one worthy of a place on the wall for sure. Really like it
I was thinking the same thing. Great minds. 🙂
Timeless and lovely.
Thanks very much, Karen.
I love the interesting arch over the window. An abandoned hotel? … were you able to explore?
No, it was posted to keep out (or something like that) and probably locked as well.
Stunning photo, Janet. 🙂
Thanks so much, Sylvia. I’m very pleased with the way it turned out, so I’m glad so many people feel the same.
Gorgeous! I love arched windows. This one is very special and your framing piles on the atmosphere.
Thanks Susan. I’m so happy you like it.
What’s funny is that the place was so abandoned looking in the whole, but you wouldn’t know it from the way this shot turned out. 🙂
Very interesting window, Janet. Nice shot!
Thanks for dropping by and commenting, Jane. Happy Thursday.
The beautiful art of the window is so engaging, love the image.
Thanks so much, Charlie.
I like the vintage feel you’ve captured in this photograph.
And the best part is that’s just how it looked naturally.
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