Weekly photo challenge – Windows


This first shot is of the Gridiron building in New York, it seems so fragile especially taken from this angle.

This is a detail from one of the beautiful stained glass windows in the cathedral in Prague which I particularly liked. The detail and the colours are so fresh, just breathtaking.

On a visit to Spain, we drove up to Ronda and this is a view across the gorge.

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38 thoughts on “Weekly photo challenge – Windows

    • Thank you. I love the shape of the building and had tried to get a few shots of it just on its own, but failed. Then as we walked away I turned and took this one, not exactly ‘alone’ but got a better idea of the shape.

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    • You are right, but I was told on my first visit that is was called the Gridiron, maybe it is know by both names, perhaps some kind New Yorker could set the record straight/
      Whatever it is called it is unique and quite amazing, bit like New York itself. 🙂

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  4. I’m wowed by how amazing this photos are. I’m impressed by the tall , narrow building but I have fear of heights. The third photo is dream view. Ain’t it cool to wake up each day overlooking the World? Beautiful! Thanks…

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  8. I love it when buildings are shaped for a small slice of land like in your first photo. But that particular building looks like someone could blow it over. Lots of great windows.

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