Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Through A Window

Through the Window

I do a bit of photography through windows. Sometimes I’m in a moving vehicle and can’t help myself even though I know the pictures will probably be bad. Sometimes it’s because of the weather and sometimes I am trying to photograph an animal or bird that I don’t want to frighten.

Here are some views looking out the window.

Looking Out: When you travel

What the bus driver sees.
View from the windows of our cruise boat, Gordon River , Tasmania 2012.
Photography from the window of a train. West Coast Wilderness Railway, Tasmania 2012

I love interesting shop window displays although they are not always easy to photograph because of the reflections.

Looking In: Shop Windows

An old photo taken in High Street, Oatlands in 2008.
Looking into  a shop window on Church Street , Geeveston

I love the panoramic views from an Observation deck like the one at the KL Tower in Kuala Lumpur.

Looking Down: From an observation deck.

View from the observation deck of the KL Tower in Kuala Lumpur.

Looking at the Ocean

Windows on Ovation of the Seas.
An ocean view from Ovation of the Seas.

Snapshot Sunday: Reflections

Reflective window .

I don’t have a new photo today so here is one of my favourites from last year. I took it for Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge originally because I liked how clearly the ship was reflected in the window. The ship? Ovation of the Seas of course.

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge – Windows

Windows on the World

I found that I had a few pictures of windows amongst my collections so I’ll start off with one I took solely because I thought it was an unusual place to find such a large window. It is in the ladies toilet on Deck 11 of Explorer of the Seas. Truly a room with a view. I’ve included a couple of other seagoing windows. Portholes (including ours) and the Bridge viewing window where you can see the officers going about their business.

Still on the international theme here is a window in the ruins of Holyrood Abbey in Edinburgh, Scotland back in 1990. It was hard to get a good photo as half the building was in deep shade but it was one of those occasions when I knew I would never come back again so I took it anyway. I love the shape of this window and could imagine it with stained glass panels like some of the other old churches I saw there.

Holyrood Abbey in the grounds of Holyrood Palace in Edinburgh.
Holyrood Abbey in the grounds of Holyrood Palace in Edinburgh.Taken 1990

 

Closer to home here are some¬†shop windows in Oatlands, Tasmania. An antique shop in the High Street and Pinocchio, who I spotted in the window of a workshop, you can just see him in the window of the pink building on the right. I took this photo in 2008. I don’t know if he is still there.