Windows and doors are favorite photo ops when I’m traveling, and I know I’m not alone. Welcome to Week 280 (6/2/2106) of Travel Photo Thursday. The end of the semester will dominate the next few weeks, so little time for anything else. This post will not be particularly wordy. I think that the beautiful windows speak for themselves. Enjoy!
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I loved the windows in Prague and managed to come away with several beautiful shots. These two I took in the Old Town, where it’s next to impossible to walk more than 30 seconds without taking a photo or two.
Gorgeous symmetry! Prague is also really big on window boxes with lots of lovely details.
A perfect view of Prague’s Tyne Church through an open air window in the Old Town tower.
Budapest also offers up some beautifully detailed windows with flower-filled window boxes.
Mellow yellow in Budapest…love the shade! I wish we had shades like this here in Korea. What a perfect way to slay the heat!
Gazing into Seville’s Alcazar garden through this beautiful grated window.
In spite of my day in Sintra, Portugal this past winter being cold, wet, and downright gloomy, I was able to find this lovely window.
A gorgeous Lisbon window was crying to be photographed.
Might not technically be a window, but there are windows in the door. I gazed on this delightful little window balcony every day I was in Lisbon.
Last but not least, here are two awesome windows from my city, Halifax.
The first is the 1917 Halifax Explosion window, which will find at the back of St. Paul’s Anglican Church in the heart of downtown. There are numerous stories surrounding this window. Some say that the head you see is that of a sailor, while others believe this mysterious head belonged to the church’s minister. The Church is the oldest Anglican church in North America and the oldest building in Halifax.
This stunning stained glass window can be found in historic St. Matthew’s United Church and just a short walk from St. Paul’s.
I hope you have enjoyed this virtual window whirlwind tour. Would love to hear which shot you like the best, in the comments below.
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