Wayzata, Minnesota

Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Not Just a Window - TP

It's a view into another dimension.

It's also my favorite view of the morning!

Carmi from THEMATIC PHOTOGRAPHIC has assigned Favorite photos again this week.

Hello window.

"Set wide the window.  Let me drink the day." - Edith Wharton

I imagine you have plenty to share through your glass world.

Plenty of reflections behind me, yet what about peering through your eyes of glass?

"Outside my window, I see gathering snowflakes taking charge, and trees framing their existence."

Give it a couple of hours and a brighter dose of sunshine and this arrives-

You are the nicest window of all, as you expose the world outside beyond your limits, but not beyond mine.

Any window can entertain.  

Every slight move of the lens reveals new views!

Last favorite photo of this morning is one of two stars that greats me.


TexWisGirl said...

beautiful way to frame your world. :)

Debbie said...

a very beautiful view/way to start the day!!!

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Very pretty!

P.S. You jinxed us...started snowing last night, and it's still snowing! But the birdies are appreciating the suet feeder all the more. Here's a Downy from yesterday, when it was still sunny.

Karen S. said...

I bet all your dogs and critters are happy as pie!

Tanya Breese said...

you have beautiful windows!

Cloudia said...

Nice way to end your reverie with a solid star! Nice texture switch, K!

ALOHA from Honolulu

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

Kilroy says, "Man, you're deep."

Filip and Kristel said...

They don't make windows like that anymore.


Bob Scotney said...

A variation on Alice Through The Looking Glass is Karen Through the Window. Very creative - I kept wondering what was coming next.

DougPhoto2009 said...

Karen, like the kaleidoscope effect. Thanks for sharing.

Gilly said...

Those are really lovely, Karen! The way you have presented them, has shown us tiny slices of your home and life! My particular favourite is no. 3. Thank you!

Karen S. said...

Bob, you are right, my feelings as I wrote this as well!