26 comments on “Adobe Window

  1. beautiful window – and as always–great haiku!

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  2. Brigitte says:

    This is lovely, C. Is it part of your home or part of something bigger? There seems to be “tiny” worlds within its workings.

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  3. I love that photo, Cathy. I think an adobe house would be wonderful to live in and since I like southwest things, it would be fun inside, too.

    One more day! :-)

    janet

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    • Cathy Ulrich says:

      Thanks, Janet. I love the southwest architecture too. This shot was taken from inside an adobe casita where Peter and I stayed in Taos, NM last summer. It was a beautiful place. I’d love to go back there!

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  4. unfetteredbs says:

    Luminous indeed. Great shot Cathy!

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  5. Those glass brick windows look iridescent, Cathy. Very cool shot. Hey, tomorrow, you’re wrapping up this challenge! As if you need me to remind you about that.

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  6. Amy Reese says:

    So pretty, Cathy. It looks like it glows!

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  7. aFrankAngle says:

    Love it as it caused me to shake me head a few times to clarify what I was seeing. From the adobe to the reflections in the glass … awesome!

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  8. seabluelee says:

    I love the shapes, the textures, and the rather mind-boggling contrast of modern glass brick and traditional adobe. Beautiful, intriguing shot.

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  9. marydpierce says:

    I saw this yesterday on my phone which was too tiny to do this photo justice. Wouldn’t this make a gorgeous piece of jewelry? Like others, I find the separate worlds inside each glass block lovely and intriguing. Your photos and haiku make my day!

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    • Cathy Ulrich says:

      Thanks for your thoughtful comment, Mary. It would make an amazing piece of jewelry. I agree! It did make for an interesting shot and it is from the inside looking out so if you look carefully, you’ll see some trees in there!

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