Today’s window theme is my contribution to the Thursday Challenge. I’ve chosen glass windows, but not necessarily common or garden windows.

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My window on the world The window through which I view the world.

A stained-glass window A stained-glass window in a shopping arcade.

Bank window The second floor window of a financial institution, with a petite balcony.

Reflection in shop window Item for sales in front, items for sale behind, and not-for-sale items reflected.

Window above seat at railway station A window looking onto the platform at the railway station. Not that you’d see much with the type of glass in use in the window.

Four narrow vertical windows outside railway station A series of four vertical windows on the other side of the railway station. Tall and narrow windows; they remind me of the type of slits in the turrets of European castles through which arrows could be shot.

November 11, 2004 podcast

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