Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Window View Out Onto The Blue

I don't know what they call this little structure. A lot of the homes around here have them but not as nice as this one.

Makes me think of 'The Ghost and Mrs. Muir'



MID WEEK BLUES

WINDOW VIEWS

12 comments:

Carletta said...

Looks like you have had some beautiful skies. Lovely shot!
The Ghost and Mrs. Muir - I loved that show growing up.

Lily Hydrangea said...

I remember that show! I loved it.
& this looks like a little room that would hold a lovely view. Cool shot Dianne.

Jay Simser said...

I believe it is called a Widow's Walk

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Widow's_walk

Beautiful photo. j

Rebecca said...

Kind of looks like there is a ghost in the window. It does make a pretty architectural addition.

EG Wow said...

Yikes! A telephone booth on the roof. :)

Robin said...

Very nice - it looks so coastal, for lack of a better descriptor.

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Daryl said...

Amazing because as the photo revealed itself I thought of Mrs Muir and her handsome ghost

Louise | Italy said...

It really does look like there's a ghost inside...beautiful colours! Nice shot.

Dave said...

is that a ghost in the window?

Jackie said...

That's beautiful. I love the green against the blue sky.

Thanks for your sweet comment on my comment on the other blog, you've always been so encouraging about my photos. Can I let you into a secret? I blog somewhere else as well, sometimes I put photos there too. I was a bit shy about showing you it as you write so beautifully and my blog is (mostly) a bit fluffy, so I just kept with the Glasgow blog link on my comments. But anyway sometimes you can read Glasgow goings-on here too :)

By the way, I loved the dogs from last weekend. I laughed out loud at Bear's "big" brother! What a pair of cuties!

Cloudia said...

Widow's Walk :)




great shot!



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Debbie said...

I've always called them Widow's Walks, like others have said. They are fascinating and beautiful.