More fun with windows!

The morning looked promising through my front window

The morning looked promising through my front window

Which was good, because I planned to travel up to Durham on the bus, to meet a friend for coffee.  After a brisk 20 minute walk, I was on board.

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My friend lives in the “New Inn” and works in Durham City, which has a goodly selection of coffee shops.  Unfortunately we have to cram all our news into her lunch hour, but it does leave me time to wander with the camera.  And you know how I love to do that.

  • I managed to capture a few windows and their reflection in the river

    I managed to capture a few windows, and their reflection in the River Wear

    That way I can claim double the amount of windows!

    That way I can claim double the amount of windows!

    A little gentle window shopping never comes in wrong either

    Time for a little gentle window shopping too

    Especially quirky ones, like this!

    Especially when I can find quirky ones, like this!

    I had intended to take a few more bus window shots on the way home.  Well, I was just getting in the groove!  But the bus windows were so filthy I could barely see out.  Perhaps it’s just as well.

  • I can’t seem to get out of the habit of of taking a Lingering look at Windows.  How about you?  I know Dawn loves them.  Are you joining her this week?

89 comments

  1. The pictures are amazing! Refexiile perfectly immortalized! Very nice your trip. Thank you for sharing!
    Have a beautiful Sunday! 🙂

    1. Thanks, Divya 🙂 It’s been a hectic but very enjoyable week. The weekend will be quieter, once I get past zumba tomorrow morning 🙂 Hope you have something nice planned.

      1. Nothing wrong with saying that, I do sometimes, and people should think that you mean the original objects are nice, not one’s own photographic creation (if you get my drift)!!

    1. Always, Cathy! 🙂 And I bought a dress (!!!) in the Oxfam charity shop which will do brilliantly for the Polish wedding, AND a Michael Palin book about Hemingway. A really good day all round!

      1. Nice! I can’t believe you actually did some shopping. You must have happened upon just the right thing! Good you found a dress for the Polish wedding and a good book is always a marvelous thing! xxx

  2. Love this lively and creative post. A fun bus ride with our tour guide, Jo. 🙂 Lucky passengers. I like the sound of Mugwump and the storefronts are enticing but my favorite are the window reflections along the river.

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