WPC: Windowing

What’s new? Windows 10 but also twenty windows right here.

As if the word got around that I’m finally getting Windows 10 this weekend… With it came a small dose of bitching – for example, they took the font of my watermark away. Why? They also considerably changed my beloved Windows Photo Gallery. I’m pretty sure I’m the only one using it so they didn’t care. However, amore promptly found me the old version. With me old habits die especially hard.

Anyhow, things are much better now, especially the fact that I have two hard disks. Plus, I ended up using the new Photo Gallery to edit these photos after all and might continue doing it. Do they seem different to you?

Here is a collection of windows from the last couple of months. The majority are from Piran on the Slovenian coast, but there are some lovely ones from Ljubljana too.

The last two photos are from my favourite window taken last night here in Tuscany. I wear my heart on the windowsill, and the broom… the broom is parked and ready. 😀

But first a photo from the church in Lokev. I find this scene very inviting.

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The next two photos are from the church in Milje/Muggia at the Slovenian-Italian border.

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Here begin the windows of Piran.

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Angels on sale on Tartini square.

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The outdoor cafe at Socerb castle.

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Ljubljana, the capital:

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First the reflection from Miklošičeva St…
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…and then what was reflected.

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Possibly the favourite:

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Spot the broom…

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And the heart. Always, for life and all who need it. (I suggest that you click on the photo below and see the windows again in the gallery from the start.)

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Photo: © signature mmm

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: Windows

28 Comments Add yours

  1. dweezer19 says:

    All great windows! Such diversity.

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    1. Thank you, Cheryl! 🙂 I’m lucky to have homes in such diverse and beautiful locations.

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  2. dennyho says:

    These windows are so pretty! And sorry about the loss of your font-so frustrating.

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    1. Thank you, Denny. One just supposes that they would add new options, not take stuff away. And a special thank you for having a go at my other, writer’s blog. 🙂

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  3. Olga says:

    So many wonderful windows. I also do associate an affinity to the darkness and meaning of the heart window. Special! ❤

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    1. Thank you, Olga. I’m glad you find it special too, but it’s not even your window, or your broom. 😉

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  4. Valentina says:

    Great photos, but the decorated windows to me are the best.

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    1. Thank you, Valentina. You mean the pink house? Ljubljana locals call it “the Indian Embassy”. A bit rude, I know.

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      1. Valentina says:

        How strange….

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  5. I would be tempted to sit in that window seat and not leave for hours!

    I loved the warmth of the yellow building with the golden iron window, and OH! the flower boxes and arches!!! Swoon!

    I spotted the broom. Does yours fly? I seem to have lost my mojo and can’t get mine to fly anymore. 😦

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    1. Hihi, Deborah, mine is waiting for the right time, might be what yours is doing too. 🙂 Thank you for your attention and enthusiasm. ❤

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  6. Joanne Sisco says:

    You find a selection of windows as equally interesting as the doors … which isn’t much of a surprise 😉

    I rather liked the photo gallery in Windows10, but I’ve had such serious problems with my laptop – from the very first day I got it 3 years ago – that I finally bit-the-bullet and converted to MAC. I’ve been a PC user from the very beginning, but this last experience was the last straw.
    I’m going through the various growing pains now. Some things I like, some I think ‘what the hell?’. I haven’t even attempted anything photo related yet. I’m praying it will be painless 🙂

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    1. Oh, thank you, Joanne. I hope the same – painless for you! I could easily go through life without so many changes all the time. But I guess they are useful…

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  7. lexklein says:

    All lovely, but I like the ones set into the crumbly walls the best!

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    1. Thank you, Lexi. 🙂 The crumblier, the better, unless it’s your home…

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      1. lexklein says:

        Haha – true!

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  8. lexklein says:

    P.S. I recognize that pinkish building from my strolling last week! Miss it already.

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    1. I’m so glad you got to return to show my city to your husband. I hope he liked it. 🙂

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      1. lexklein says:

        He LOVED it! I was so happy that he found it as lovely as I do. We also had the good fortune of having one of the only sunny days in weeks.

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  9. I Love every single window! So interesting and beautiful. 🙂

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    1. Thank you so much, Farmgirl, they were chosen with love 🙂

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  10. joey says:

    Beautiful collection! I love the bright pink building with the elaborate window trim 🙂
    But yeah, I love that one with the reflections and the birdhouse, too.

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    1. Thank you, Joey. I’ve never noticed how many reflections there are on my photos. I guess they add another room in which to play.

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