WHAT LIGHT FROM YONDER WINDOW BREAKS? THURSDAY’S SPECIAL

THURSDAYโ€™S SPECIAL: WINDOWS


An old barn near Mendon …

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Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Writer, photography, blogger. Previously, technical writer. Retired! Yay!

25 thoughts on “WHAT LIGHT FROM YONDER WINDOW BREAKS? THURSDAY’S SPECIAL”

  1. Beautiful, pleasing composition particularly in the first one. I love the tones, textures and simplicity of these shots. Thanks so much, Marilyn. It is so nice to see your work.

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    1. I spent hours with those annoying windows. I KNEW I had a picture, but I could not quite find them. Eventually I got maybe a dozen worth working with … out of HUNDREDS. I have lots of windows, of course. We all do … but I worked on those windows ๐Ÿ™‚

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        1. Someone stole our tall ladder and I haven’t been able to afford a new one. They are EXPENSIVE! And who is going to do the climbing? Not me or my son who is afraid of heights. Or Garry who has gotten a bit shaky. I think we live with grimy windows.

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          1. Alternatively – if you still have any Teepee poles left over, tie a sponge onto one end and dip it in water mixed with vinegar and rub the windows with it – then wait for the rain to wash off any streaks. Knowing where you are should not have long to wait. ๐Ÿ™‚

            Love the barn planks. Cedar? Knotty pine?

            love.

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