Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Jerusalem Windows

Here are some windows that I found this afternoon in Jerusalem. I don't know what it is that struck me about them - the colors, the flowers, just the general feeling, or something else - but I'm glad that I stopped to take this!

Please feel free to click on the photo to get a more detailed view! And for more Window Views... and Doors, too! check out that great meme, over at Mary's blog. Have a great Wednesday, everyone!

8 comments:

Dena said...

I think it's the variety within the uniformity that makes it interesting. Those ppl on the bottom floor need to get w/ the program though! :)

toby said...

Nice to see you here, Dena!
Variety within the uniformity is exactly what I meant, and what I might have written, had I not posted this at 1:00 AM.
:)

EG Wow said...

I like the colours - the warm orange, yellow and red against the tan-coloured building.

ewok1993 said...

I love to see laundry sundrying in the balconies. It gives the place a well lived feel.

VioletSky said...

@ewok1993 - will you come talk to my landlord re: laundry on balconies?
interesting how the top floor has the laundry, the middle floor the flower pots, and the bottom floor looks bare!

maryt/theteach said...

I'm glad you stopped to photograph the windows too, toby! Thanks for sharing and participating in Window Views. :)

Manang Kim said...

It reminds me of our house in the Philippines, we have a balcony and on the balcony railings we hang our towels or blankets to dry up, ^_^. Great shot!

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Carolyn Ford said...

You definitely know someone is living in a space when the laundry is hanging out to dry. I agree with the "variety within uniformity" feeling of this scene!