Welcome to the 184th week of Travel Photo Thursday! I’m finishing my second week of summer school teaching, a 15 week course crammed into 3 weeks. Trust me, it’s brutal. I’m teaching a required basic English course that is designed to be fail proof! I do have a few students who are wonderful (not sure how they ended up here), but most of them would not react to a fire lit directly under their butts! I had originally planned to be in Europe this summer, but this summer school session put a damper on those plans. As thrilled as I am to be heading off to Penang in just over a week, there remains some wistful thinking directed at Europe. I love photographing windows and doors, and this week I bring you a few of my favorite windows from Hungary’s Budapest and Czech’s Karlovary.
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My favorites from Budapest. Windows always set my imagination on fire…
I love the carving at the top. He looks more than a little ferocious!
So peaceful looking… A far cry from her “brother’ in the shot above:)
Mellow yellow in Budapest. Love how the light is striking the blind…
Colorful and detailed in Budapest. I am not a big lover of the color orange, but it definitely works with this window!
And to end this window on Europe, two of my favorite window shots from Czech’s picturesque Karlovy Vary…
What a blast of color from the shutters, and the blast of fuchsia…
Do you photograph windows and doors when you travel?
This is the 184th edition of Travel Photo Thursday. You can browse the archives here.