Wouldn’t it be nice to be welcomed by the warmth of this window each evening?
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Tagged as lead lighting, stained glass, Windows
I posted earlier today but it seems not to be on this thread. I just love the craftsmanship on that window – I wonder if the rooms behind the window are as cosy as they appear to be from the outside looking in?
Kind regards from Vienna
No, your first comment hasn’t appeared, so I’m glad you tried again.
It surely is a splendid example of a window, isn’t it? How is your summer going, so far?
What a beauty. You could do that at home, but I’m guessing it wouldn’t quite feel the same.
Hi, Shell. I was in your fair city this week for a quick visit!
I liked absolutely everything about this little scene. Sospiro.
It sure would.
They’re such warm, welcoming colours. I liked the metal grill over the window, also.
Lovely – thinking of Venice I arrived this day a year ago and this year I am stuck here in 109 temps. working 10 hours a day. Oh for this time last year.
Oh, Joanne, what a contrast between the 2 years! Take care.
The colors are lovely and I think the color of the wall stucco enhances the entire composition.
The people who live there probably just take it all for granted, SQ.
Everything about the window and is surroundings was lovely, Anneli.
My maintenance man is often accommodating. Maybe he’ll poke a hole in the wall of my apartment and put one like that in. Not! Ah, I can dream.
It’s worth a try, Michelle. He can only say “No”.
He’ll put it on the list along with the extra kitchen counter space I requested.:-)
T’is rather nice,
You’re absolutely right, Jan. I passed it when warm lights glowed inside the home. It made me wish I lived there.
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