Windows 3 – Connie, Esther’s Hobby, Olga, Poet’s House, Oakmont Bakery, View from a Bus

 

 

 

 

 

Weekly Photo Challenge Theme: Windows

Making the theme last all week? I  photograph a lot of windows.

Here is another  gallery
Connie at ChumleysNew York City Chumley’s Historic Pub After the Fire

 

Esther's HobbyEsther’s Hobby Shop  Millvale PA

Olga Stained Glass

St. John’s Chrysostom Byzantine – Columbus, Ohio- St. Olga Window

 

 

 

Poet's HousePoet’s House New York City

 

Merry Christmas Window

Merry Christmas Window Pittsburgh PA

 

 

Brooklyn Bridge from Jane's Carousel

 

Brooklyn Bridge from Jane’s Carousel  Dumbo, Brooklyn NYC

 

 

conservatory Columbus

 

Franklin Conservatory Columbus Ohio

 

 

Flag and U of Pitt

University of Pittsburgh Cathedral of Learning on the Horizon from Arlington

 

 

Freedom tower

Freedom Tower from my sister’s apartment window

 

 

graduation party

 

Graduation Party Window

 

 

 

 

 

Rocking Horse WindowRocking Horse Penn Avenue Garfield Neighborhood Pittsburgh PA

 

Oakmont Bakery

Oakmont Bakery Oakmont PA

snacks in windowSnacks in the Window New York City

 

 

window dresserWindow Dresser New York City Fifth Avenue

 

 

Bus window

Bus Window on Field Trip

17 thoughts on “Windows 3 – Connie, Esther’s Hobby, Olga, Poet’s House, Oakmont Bakery, View from a Bus

  1. The Connie window was sad. I hate boarded up buildings. My favorite was the view of the Cathedral of Learning.

  2. A great range of photos there Ruth. My favourite is the final one. We don’t get snow here :-). There were some major bush fires during a heat wave in Perth (our capital city) with over 50 homes destroyed, just this week!

    • Oh dear that is tragic. Sorry to hear of the fires. We have those out west mostly.
      No snow this week but more is coming.

  3. Pingback: Weekly Photo Challenge: Window (8) Moon | What's (in) the picture?

  4. Pingback: Weekly Photo Challenge: Windows | Pilot Fish

  5. Pierre Bonnard often painted scenes of an interior, with still life on the table, open window or door with figure and landscape outside – all the classic scenes of painting combined in one! So art that includes windows is rich with humanity, complex and easy to relate to.
    Yours are wonderful Ruthie.
    Linda K.

  6. After the first few pics, I thought the theme of this collection might be windows + names.

    I like the snacks window. You know I’m a sucker for repetition… 🙂

  7. Pingback: Weekly Photo Challenge – Window | Joe's Musings

Hope writing a comment today is not a major hassle.....I appreciate hearing from you when you have a minute.