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Saturday, September 14, 2013

Personal photo challenge-doors and windows






2nd Saturday of the Month
Theme Sept
Doors and Windows



My friends stain glass window in one of her garden rooms.





Symbol of learning and education window
at 
Nazareth Library






Windows in the Visitor's Center where I work at
Nazareth


The Little Chapel in the Woods at
Nazareth



The front door in our daughter's house.



Go here to see more doors and windows.




















15 comments:

Little Nell said...

I do like a stained glass window and your friend's garden room looks wonderfuyl.

Nancy Vance said...

Being both a Christian and a librarian, I love the stained glass window! Your photo of it is lovely; nice job.

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I've always loved stained glass although I've never had any. The glass in the garden room is beautiful and combined with the colors and textures of the building it is even more dramatic! Beautiful photos...you always take the best! Enjoy your Sunday my friend!

Lavender Cottage said...

Stained glass windows are so elegant, I like the idea of having one to outside to create a room.
Your daughter's entrance is magnificent Peggy.
Judith

Vee said...

Lovely selections...my favorite is of the tall windows with a bit if a fabric break about two-thirds up. Those are completely charming windows.

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

I love doors and windows and always take pictures of some wherever I go around the world. Your friends garden room looks lovely.

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:) Have a great day! Tammy

podso said...

Lovely choices with a nice variety. The stained glass windows are so nice.

Donna said...

The stained glass windows are quite lovely. And your daughter's door is quite a work of art! My favorite is the little chapel building. The transom is so cute, echoing the shape of the roofline. You did a splendid job on the challenge, Peggy!

Lori Lindsey said...

The first is my favorite. The chapel is adorable.

Pamela Gordon said...

Beautiful windows Peggy. The ones in the visitors centre are really unique. It's not hard to find windows and doors to photograph as every building has them but it's fun to find the old or different ones. Pamela

Lorrie said...

That's a really beautiful shot of the stained glass window. These are all great shots. Windows and doors are all around and I've enjoyed the wide variety everyone has photographed in this challenge.

Scriptor Senex said...

That Nazareth Library one is wonderful.

ClickNCamera said...

I love arched doorways! These are great shots...enjoy your day!

Mary said...

Peggy, such awesome images - thanks for sharing for the challenge.
Love the shot of your daughter's stunning front door taken from inside.
Your friend's stained glass window is beautiful - and love the wood latch and metal hinges - entire garden room must be really delightful.

Happy week dear - Mary

Roses, Lace and Brocante said...

You've answered the challenge beautifully Peggy.
I especially love the Nazareth photos - my mother spent her last years in a wonderful home for the aged called Nazareth.
Memories come flooding back to me.
Hugs
Shane