One photograph on my collection immediately came to mind -
my little granddaughter at the window of her Wendy house.
A more pensive look here.
First trip on a tram - and looking out of the window.
at Beamish Open Air Museum in County Durham -
one of our favourite day trip destinations.
On a more serious note - outside the window a special photograph of my grandfather and grandmother - William Danson and Alice English, taken c.1916 when Grandad was setting out for war. I never knew my grandmother as she died when I was a baby and this is the only photograph I have of William and Alice together.
Alice has featured several times on my blog as she is my major brick wall. I have never been able to trace her birth certificate, c.1884 to find out the name of her mother and her early life remains a mystery which I doubt if I will now solve.
With an interest in architecture, Windows feature a lot in our holiday photographs.
Warsaw - a house with decorated walls - open windows here, but no one looking out
Where 16th century French architecture meets the contemporary style of the famous glass Louvre Pyramid. Opened in 1989, it evoked controversy on many grounds. It now provides the entrance to the Louvre Museum, and somehow I think it works.
Against the backcloth of a classical building, a cow "marches" on parade atop of a bus shelter in Warsaw. The lull scale fibre glass figures are decorated by local artists and represent different aspects of city life and culture.
The "Cow Parades" have become a popular feature of public art in cities across the world, adding colour and interest to the surroundings.
Sepia Saturday gives an opportunity for genealogy bloggers
to share their family history through photographs
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