Sunday, 8 April 2012

Windows - How Many Have You Seen?

I decided to start this page after browsing some of my photos and seeing that I had a few shots of windows of various shapes and sizes.  We cannot live without them, but nowadays they are often taken for granted, whereas in the past they were almost pieces of artwork, dressing the outside of buildings.  Please bookmark this page and comeback now and again to see new additions.

This can be found in a building that in the last 6 years has been a small hotel and then a shop, but is now standing empty.

All Images Copyright 2000-2011 Janice Parr

This photo was taken using the Canon EOS 1000D - Shutter Speed 1/197 sec - Portrait Mode - f/10 - ISO 400 - Focal Length 168mm.


This one is from the building which is the Stone Museum at the Cultural Park in Izmir, Turkey.

All Images Copyright 2000-2011 Janice Parr

This photo was taken using the Canon EOS 1000D - in RAW - Shutter Speed 1/400 sec - Normal Program Mode - f/13 - ISO 200 - Focal Length 39mm.


This one can be found at the Çamlık Railway Museum, just outside of Kuşadası, Turkey and belongs to one of the buildings there.

All Images Copyright 2000-2011 Janice Parr

This photo was taken using the Canon EOS 1000D - in RAW - Shutter Speed 1/30 sec - Aperture Priority Mode - f/14 - ISO 640 - Focal Length 28mm.


This one can be found at Eski Doğanbey, just outside of Söke in Turkey.

All Images Copyright 2000-2011 Janice Parr

This photo was taken using the Canon EOS 350D - Shutter Speed 1/100 sec - Landscape Mode - f/5.6 - ISO 100 - Focal Length 46mm.


This one I found on a recent walk around the outside of the site of the Temple of Apollo at Didym in Turkey, where there are a number of derelict as well as renovated stone houses.

All Images Copyright 2000-2012 Janice Parr

This photo was taken using the Canon EOS 1000D - in RAW - Shutter Speed 1/200 sec - Aperture Priority Mode - f/5.6 - ISO 100 - Focal Length 154mm.

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