So many glasses in so many items it’s hard to make a choice. So I picked a little of each glassy thing I could find.
The lenses on cameras are often referred to as “glass” as in the sentence “You can always replace a camera, but the glass can be big money.” That’s why if you buy an interchangeable lens camera, you wind up married to it. You can easily replace the camera, but the lenses are expensive and really good lenses are very expensive, often more money than the camera.
Glass – the lens
A glass teapot
A very little gold bottle
My new sunglasses but they aren’t so new anymore
And finally, the glass-fronted building of the Medical School in Worcester
PEOPLE WHO LIVE IN GLASS HOUSES
SHOULD NOT THROW STONES.
For years, Garry had a thing about westerns. “Why,” he asked, “Do they always break the windows? Don’t they realize how expensive reglazing is? Can’t they just open the window?”
A friend from Texas felt it was the drama of the breaking glass. “Shattering glass gets the audience’s attention,” he said. It certainly always got mine.
I have never lived in a glass-house, but I have lived in houses that contained a lot of glass. I admit I was very careful about throwing things — and not just rocks. Pottery, books, old dysfunctional cell phones, blocks, tools — anything hard was a no-no. Especially when it came to really BIG windows, you can easily spend a month’s salary getting someone out to your place just to give an estimate much less repair the damage!
So should I ever be unlucky enough to live in a glass house — which I would rather not do since it would require I always be dressed and make would make showering treacherous, I would definitely hold back on any casual stone-throwing. Unless I was making a movie. Then I’d fling stones to my heart content.
Because we want the viewers to feel more involved!
When I decorate with glass, I like to create vignettes with several pieces together, forming a decorative unit. I find this process to be one of the most gratifying in the decorating process. And when I find a good combination of pieces, I get pleasure looking at it again an again.
I have pieces of my glass collection spread all over my house. I love to be able to look at beautiful glass work wherever I am. But there is one place where I have collected a large number of pieces in one place – in the wall of bookcases in my family room.
Here are some photos of the wall as a whole, the separate bookcases that make up the wall, the vignettes within the bookcases and some of the individual pieces in closeup.
I love finding unusual and unique decorative items for my house. I am particularly drawn to things made of glass. Some of my glass objects d’art have been custom-made for me, and some I have found online and in all kinds of shops and craft shows.
Here are some of the more interesting uses of glass that I have in my home.
Closeup of sea glass in table
Custom kitchen table embedded with sea glass
Closeup of sea glass in table
Custom sea glass mobile for over the kitchen table
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