At Digital Photography School this week, the assignment is "Windows".
I thought I might have to go to Portsmouth, NH, US to find interesting windows, but a quick jaunt to Exeter revealed tons of interesting windows.
Which picture is your favorite, and why?
For a square, straight-laced building, the Exeter Town Hall has some interesting small windows.
Mills needed many windows since the daylight was used to light the interior of the mill. Of course, it makes apartments in restored mills bright and sunny.
One of my Canadian friends say he thinks Americans fly many more flags than Canadians. I can see two in this picture (both in front of town buildings), so perhaps he's right.
Bulk grain for sale in the window at Blue Moon Market.
Even back windows on houses and sheds can be interesting.
My favorite is the cupola....because I just love cupolas. I have a second and third favorite too - the gold mill building because I love the building, and the flag out the town hall window because it captures a feeling of the town of Exeter.
That last paragraph reveals a lot about my inability to edit down and actually pick a favorite. I think that's why I often tend to weave a series of items, rather than just one item.
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