Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Window Views: Have a Hot Toddy On a Cold Winter's Night

There is a bar in that lit-up building. I really wanted to stop and have a few - or twenty - but I was alone and driving and that's never a good idea.






WINDOW VIEWS

15 comments:

Carolyn Ford said...

Fabulous night shots! The lighting is superb...and all the windows are so unique. Nice one!

Greyscale Territory said...

Beautiful lighting effects round the windows and over the whole facade of the building! Definitely an inviting sight on a cold night!

hip chick said...

It does look rather inviting doesn't it.

Louise said...

This last shot is very very atmospheric .. like the set of a Victorian thriller! Lovely shots. Greetings from Italy -- Louise.

Life with Kaishon said...

I love these pictures. So pretty. I don't drink but I would love to go there and just soak up the atmosphere. It looks fun : )

Daryl said...

Nice ... looks like a joint a couple of broads could sit in and enjoy a club soda ...

Stine in Ontario said...

Great night shots, Dianne! I'm very impressed!

Kay Dennison said...

Beautiful. And yeah, stopping for a brew would have been fun.

Four Dinners said...

'There is a bar in that lit-up building'

...all I need to know...;-)

Lew said...

Interesting lighting on the windows. You captured the evening well!

Jim said...

That's a pretty night scene with the nice snow effect.
Your story reminds me of a bar I always wanted to stop in for my first beer after I was twenty-one. I was tired and passed it by. Never went there.

BTW, I drank more beer before I was twenty-one than maybe I have since, totaled. Wine and mixed drinks, no.
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Bhavesh Chhatbar said...

Good photos, and good thought you had at that time :)

Lucy the Cat said...

I like the lighting on this building. I also like the architecture. Great shots!

I hope Isadora is fine after her dental!

maryt/theteach said...

Excellent street scene, Dianne! I like the sepia treatment in the last one! :)

happilyretired said...

Nifty lighted windows in town ... glad you decided to drive on by. Love the reflection of the tree in the puddle too ;-)
Hugs and blessings,