Thursday, February 21, 2008

Window Gueliz


Window Gueliz, originally uploaded by schmidwix2.

This photo was taken up town near where the pale dog lives in her cardboard box.
Slightly paler glass than usual.
Also the glass has a little design in it.
For throwing dramatic shadows, plain glass is better.
The vine, when flowering, has a very pretty pale pink flower shaped like a trumpet.

9 comments:

Tracy said...

Very pretty detailed glass...Hope we'll get to see the pink flowers on the vine later. :o) Doggie living in a box makes me sad though...I'm stoo sensitive :o7 Happy Day ((HUGS))

Frances said...

Hello to you Elizabeth.
It's a delight to make another visit to this site.

Funny thing is that this time I clicked in via PG's blog, and loved the coincidence. I had not mentioned to you that I, too, have a blog.

Cheers from New York.

Paz said...

I love everything about this photo.

Yeah, I'm with Tracy. I'm glad someone is feeding the dog but I feel a little bad for her/him. I suppose, living in a cardboard is better than no shelter....

Paz

Frank Gardner said...

We have a vine just like this one Elizabeth. I forgot what the flower is called. It is a real treat when it is flowering.

Judy Mackey said...

Just found your blog - enjoyed it.
I'm glad you liked the movie "lives of others"...

Judy

Willow said...

These colored glass windows get my vote for prettiest ones I've ever seen!

Sara said...

I like the photo and the shadows from the fine. I'd love to see that glass from the other side when the sun is shining through!

Marja said...

Already visited you a few times but haven't commented yet. What a great window captured beautifully

Vienna for Beginners said...

This image is magical in many ways. I love the idea of having a window made of pretty blue glass.
(So you are back in M., did you bring back some books from NY? I full well know this is a silly question .... *giggle*).