An Optimistic Window

I just came upon this picture that I took one Christmas Eve.  Even though it’s from mid-winter, it seems to be such a positive image, full of promise for the day ahead, that I thought I’d post it while we’re still largely confined in Lockdown.

Monday Window

Author: margaret21

I'm retired and living in North Yorkshire, where I walk as often as I can, write, volunteer, and travel as often as I can.

33 thoughts on “An Optimistic Window”

  1. Margaret -I love the colours, I love the textures and I love the message. So appropriate for whatever circumstance we’re in. Thank you.

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  2. This is beautiful! Appropriate for any season of course, uplifting and filled with hope. But it made me think of an advent calendar – each unique pane a little door to open.


  3. I find it amazing the number of things and places that are catching my eye as I look around in my more localized “wander” zone. It makes me look more closely at where do I really live?…even after 38 years! I love your picture.

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  4. What a lovely photo – another commenter notes each pane had a unique reflection. How interesting. I think when we look closely it something it reveals things we miss – in passing it’s a window, but a closer inspection reveals something different. Our lockdown here is easing and it’s the last day of school and I got to say goodbye via a computer screen. Next year is still up in the air…. so many unknowns. Gotta look closer. Have a wonderful day.

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    1. Good luck as your term ends. It’s all a bit messy for students and teachers here – everywhere’s different. But I hope you contrive to enjoy your vacation.


  5. This is a wonderful find, Margaret! I like your idea of it being a symbol of better things to come. A rosy future, perhaps?
    A very late comment, for which I apologise. It feels like winter this evening, with a strong easterly wind.

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