Very "serious business" windows there mixing arched and rectangular! Quite imposing! Great photo!
Mary: I did not notice you were late. :-)And what Greyscale said.I just got back from vacation and I have a photo to share from that trip, for Window Views.Great blog header photo, too, Mary. You always redocorate! :-)I hope you're having a fab summer.
That's quite an assortment of windows. :-)
All is forgiven. Great windows!
What a nice picture, could have been nice for Ruby Red too !
You captured a variety of windows here. Not only the building with its arched windows, but aslo auto windows (including sunroof), and the video camera giving someone a window to the outside of the windowless wall!
they are great windows and I like the brightly colored umbrellas on the street, very inviting.
Love it.I got something different this wek
Computer trouble sucks! But I'm the one who is really late! LOL!I love the new header!Mine is up now too Mary!
Ah the High Line. I must see this someday. I've become familiar with it via Elizabeth's blog (About New York) and it seems like a wonderful place...and a creative way to make a space for people to enjoy.
Great shot of Manhattan, thanks for sharing your view with us!Today I have a close-up of the brick building that I used in yesterday's Sepia Scenes as my Window View at It's A Blog Eat Blog World and it's Little Isis in the window again at Purrchance To DreamEnjoy the views,Mo
I have yet to visit the High Line. Cool window view.Paz
Sorry to learn you've had computer problems and glad you're up and running again. Nifty window assortment as always. I'm even later with mine ... just shared at Small Reflections a few minutes ago. Happy weekend everyone ;--)Hugs and blessings,
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