Sunday, July 29, 2012

Whimsical Windows, Delirious Doors! #35

Welcome back to our favorite little meme!

Here's a nice set of balconies that I found while wandering around in downtown Jerusalem:

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Anonymous said...

Opening towards a peaceful day.

Please have a good new week.

Ralph said...

This is a great building - modern in use while old in styling details. I like that the shutters actually shut - shutters in the US suburbs never close, not functional. The flags below add a little modernity too. Nice capture!

Patti said...

Nice to have a small veranda on which to step outside..maybe if there is room for a chair one could sit there with a cup of coffee or tea.

Looks welcoming!

(I'm Ralph's wife)

Sara at Come Away With Me said...

I see someone watching you from the upper left balcony. It is interesting how they are each a little different. Love all those flags too.

Willow said...

Wrought iron grating is beautiful on any building.

The lower level balconies are painted gray (or white) but the uppoer ones were left black. Interesting detail or maybe just pragmatic--it's more difficult to paint a balcony that high up.

toby said...

Oh, hello there, everyone! I don't know if you realize, but due to the time difference, I always post for WWDD and then go right to bed. It's such a pleasure to wake up and see that all of you have been busy here while I was busy dreaming!

And welcome to you, Patti!

Linnea said...

I love balconies...wish I had one!

sparrow said...

The one on the top left looks like it is either preparing for Sukkot early or didn't take down the frame from the last Sukkah! Sorry I missed this week. I've had visitors and lost track of time.

Indrani said...

Great sights of Jerusalem.
Greetings from India!

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