Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: A Window with a View

Inspired by Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #79: A Window with a View

…Share with us photos you’ve captured through windows.

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As I have mentioned before in several posts, I enjoyed a photographer’s paradise last summer when visiting the Shelburne Museum in Vermont. Twice actually…as there was so much to see I had to return! Not just to photograph, but to experience.

Why couldn’t history lessons be this fascinating back in high school?

For this challenge, I will include two images.

The first was taken while walking across a double-lane wooden covered bridge. It was built in 1845…a weathered sign warns bridge crossers riding horses or automobiles not to exceed 10 miles per hour.

I discovered a window about halfway across the bridge…offering a glimpse across the pond beneath.

bridge window

 

The second window was in one of the 39 buildings situated throughout 45 acres of museum grounds.

sunny window

Showcasing a small sample of the vibrant, colorful flowers blooming in one of the 22 gardens on the property.

21 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: A Window with a View

  1. “Why couldn’t history lessons be this fascinating back in high school?” A question I often had too…Love both your choices, but the last one stands out to me – looking very special from that angle, and the gravel and flowers on the other side.

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