Friday, June 20, 2008

Some Leftover Windows



At the Bahia Palace.
Almost all windows in Morocco have window grilles on them - both decorative and practical.



In Gueliz wonderful cool, airy rooms at the cafe which has a beer garden.



Blue shutters, dappled shadows.



The window above the door to a mosque on the road that leads from the souks to Mouassine.
These are in need of restoration.



A decorative grill on a window passed when we walked from Douar Groaur to rue riad Zitoun Djedid.



There is colored glass inside. I wonder what reflections are cast?

10 comments:

willow said...

Lovely leftovers! :)

Lavinia Ladyslipper said...

These grills are infinitely more attractive than the screen windows on my house...

Karen Cole said...

Gorgeous, Elizabeth.

Someday soon you need to organize a window posting day.

Hope you are enjoying your bite out of the big apple.

Will be back on July 2nd.

Ciao

Kari & Kijsa said...

These are beautiful!!

blessings,
kari & kijsa

Maria said...

So beautiful! Hope you will find many more left overs!

Sandra Ree said...

I adore window grilles and those are stunning!

d. moll, l.ac. said...
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d. moll, l.ac. said...

Very gorgeous, love the textures.......

Greyscale Territory said...

And these are leftovers? Always doors and windows fascinate me. I think the fascination has become more intense since your "door invitation" to all bloggers a while back! I so loved wandering the blogs of all who took part!

this is my patch said...

The window grills are such a lovely feature. I also love the colour green/blue of the shutters. I love stained glass. I cannot fault these windows whatsoever. x