Sunday, January 8, 2017

Window on the World....or my backyard.

This window is in an old garage on the neighboring property.  I don't think the owner uses it except to store things---and that's only a guess.  The little house has its own attached garage.  This past year, I noticed that the lower right pane of glass had fallen out, and with snow on the exterior sill, it's an interesting looking window. (I couldn't get "square" with the window when photographing it because of the deep snow in our backyard.)


Ida said...

Saw your name tonight and remembered that I had lost your blog when I switched e-mail addresses (long story)...anyway I'm back now as I resigned up for updates. Have been enjoying catching up on your blog post. Happy New Year.

Cynthia Schelzig said... this shot too and all that wonderful peeling paint....a painter´s dream.....not just for canvas either:) a housepainter looks at this and sees $$$$. Happy New Year to you and yours.

Laura~Pretty Pix said...

Wonderful capture.. I love old buildings. On this side of the Cascades they deteriorate too fast.

Lisa Gordon said...

I just love this, Evelyn.
And I cannot believe how much it looks like a window in our neighbor's yard (before we moved).
It even had a pane of glass missing.
I cannot tell you how many times I photographed it, but never liked anything I got.
I do love this!
Happy day to you!!

Electric | Journal said...

This is beautiful. I love old windows like this. There's an old chicken coop on my property with 6-pane windows and frames much like this, and one of them has 2 panes of glass missing. My husband kicked up a rock when mowing the pasture, and the window didn't stand a chance! Your capture is an inspiration; I will head out to the pasture tomorrow, and see what photographs I can find of my own favorite structure.

Leslie Miller said...

Such character in that window. A wise and interesting quote, too.