little panes

By: Lesley

Sep 24 2012

Category: Chesley

8 Comments

Aperture:f/5.6
Focal Length:78mm
ISO:200
Shutter:1/160 sec
Camera:NIKON D60

I am not sure I would like to be the one cleaning all those tiny panes of glass but I really like the effect. The shadows and reflections inside the room on a sunny day would be marvelous. And fun for any resident kitty. Arched windows are always attractive, but can make window treatments tricky; this allows for easy window treatments (though the sheers are not my favourite, I was glad they were there, and drawn, which made photographing this window easier). And as an added bonus, the white flowers set it all off nicely.

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8 comments on “little panes”

  1. This window would have also have caught my eye. You have all the right ingredients for the perfect photo.

  2. Nice detail and white flowers. 🙂

  3. My goodness, are those teeny tiny glass bricks? How wonderful, I’ve never seen anything like those!
    I agree that cleaning would be annoying, but it’s a really lovely and unique detail. Great find – thanks for sharing it!

  4. The arched window is lovely and the mosaic of little panes surrounding it is a wonderful accent. Very classic and of course the cleaning of each one is hard – but what a view – in and out…

  5. I have a feeling the person who lives behind those windows does not “do windows.”

  6. I like it! Nice pic too.

  7. Oh that is lovely! And some careful planning went into the whole effect, with the perfect flowers ….. I can just imagine the lovely reflections …

    EG (above comment) surely has the right idea — they probably hire somebody to wash those panes.

  8. Lovely capture. Love the contrast of the large stone and tiny glass squares.


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