Monday, May 14, 2012

Whimsical Windows, Delirious Doors! #24

Here we are, back again for our little meme, Whimsical Windows, Delirious Doors! This week we're traveling back in time, thanks to our trusty archives. The year is 2010, and I am flitting through an international airport terminal in France. Check out the windows on these fascinating walls that I found!



Interesting, don't you think? Wait, don't go any closer or you might get dizzy. Wait, what are you doing? Stop!


Didn't I warn you not to do that?



Oy, I can't take you anywhere :)

Now it's your turn! To participate in Whimsical Windows, Delirious Doors, you just need to post a photo of a window, door, or anything architectural, link here, and then sign up in the widget below. And of course, don't forget to go and visit the other players! It's fun to see the things you'll find, from all over the globe. Have a great week, everyone! 

6 comments:

Ralph said...

There is so much glass in the terminal on a sunny day in north-central France could bake those who are innocently awaiting an airplane home. So the mesh shields, unattractive and dizzying, are a necessary intrusion. The photo-artist needs something to do in the meantime, so exploring the macro function is perfect;y acceptable!

Lesley said...

that is one reason I hate so many of the glass buildings,

Lara Neusiedler @ Uproad said...

so glad to be here this week, definitely will return! as for this kind of windows, well... for the photographer they are an absolutely amazing photographic object, for the tired traveler, a nuisance :)). had this experience in Paris last year... :)

Jann Olson said...

Beautiful! I absolutely love old windows and doors. I am going to link up an older post hopefully next time I share I will be more prepared. Nice to meet you.
Jann

Linnea said...

I love airports because they often have such interesting architecture...especially the newer ones. Great geometric designs you've found here!

Willow said...

Oh I love those windows! Sometimes I wonder who thinks up the designs and who creates the plans and then who constructs them.
I will be back for WWDD next week--more company again at Willow's Cottage right now.