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Weekly Photo Challenge ~ Window

A window through a window.
A window through a window.

Whilst choosing photos for my Byron Bay Lighthouse post yesterday I had difficulty in deciding which photos to add. This lighthouse is very photogenic indeed! When I read in my emails this morning that the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge for this week is “window”, it opened a window of opportunity for me to add a few more photos taken in and around the lighthouse. πŸ˜‰

Three windows and a door.
Three windows and a door.

I like windows, and taking photos of windows, I also like to take photos through windows, so this challenge appealed to me. Actually, it’s really no challenge at all. Even if I hadn’t taken so many window photos in and around the lighthouse, I would have had no difficulty whatsoever in finding other window photos. πŸ™‚

A view from the lighthouse keepers house.
A view from the lighthouse keepers house.

“I discovered windows one afternoon and after that, nothing was ever the same.” ~ Anne Spollen.

Portal to the Ocean.
Portal to the Ocean.

“The window of opportunity opens and closes as fast as a camera’s shutter.” ~Β Warren Criswell.

A deep window sill, used as a display shelf in the downstairs room in the lighthouse.
A deep window sill, doubling as a display shelf in the downstairs room in the lighthouse.

21 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge ~ Window

  1. Joanne, I so enjoyed seeing your interpretation for the windows challenge. And you’re right–these views are really photogenic. The stories windows tell… Thanks for sharing your lighthouse stories.

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