Twenty windows that caught my eye in Maremma.
Today we continue on the day where we stopped in my previous Lens-Artists PC post looking up, but only with the first photo below. The others are from the remaining days of our recent long weekend with our special visitors. As you will see, they were just as blue.
In each photo there is a window or more of them, most with a certain something, since
. So little that I saw it only after I made my selection. For these reasons some windows just are. Leya added a little + to her challenge post title
+ the arch and the lamp. (Orvieto)
+ blue sky and laundry. (Pitigliano)
+ a balcony. (Pitigliano)
+ a prisoner plant. (Pitigliano)
+ windows within windows. (Massa Marittima)
+ curtains, a vase and an incline. (Massa Marittima)
+ a lion, clock, pines and reflector. (Massa Marittima)
+ a lovely turtle bedspread. (Massa Marittima)
+ an unaware model and a chair. Thank you! (San Galgano Abbey)
+ holes for the ceiling and windows. (San Galgano Abbey)
+ the view of La Rotonda where the sword is buried in stone. (Until it’s due for maintenance.) (San Galgano Abbey)
+ bees! (La Rotonda, San Galgano Abbey)
+ a bonsai. (I’ve posted this window before but this is the latest addition. Overdoing it or just perfect? Porto Ercole.)
+ Norm of all people. (Glass is only in the bottom half, above is open. Porto Ercole)
+ happy flowers and a pigeon. (Capalbio)
+ doors and bestia in a Capalbio square.
+ lightbulbs, blowing in the wind. (Capalbio)
+ the sky. (Capalbio)
+ a certain… gesture. Is this what they mean by Capalbio inhabitants being the radical chic?
+ blue windows and your photographer. (San Martino sul Fiora)
For Lens-Artists Photo Challenge, hosted by
Leya of To See A World in a Grain of Sand…: Windows+