Monday Window – Tranquility Base

Just over 50 yards from our house in the little hamlet that I refer to as Tranquility Base is this small window in – for want of a better word – a shed. It belongs to a couple who spend the summer here (although not in the shed).

Does anybody else see the resemblance to a cartoonish human face?

#MondayWindow 27 January 2020

Monday Window: Bruges

Although this window is part of the edifice of one of the grandest buildings in Bruges, it’s a little surprising to find it at the end of a very narrow and nondescript alleyway.

#MondayWindow 13 January 2020

Monday Window – Azay-le-Ferron

Exceptionally rich colours in this stained glass window of the church in Azay-le-Ferron.

#MondayWindow 23 December 2019

Monday Window – Aubusson

I spotted this charming little window, with its photogenic freshly-painted shutters, in the town of Aubusson.

#MondayWindow 16 December 2019

Monday Window – Venice

An impressive array of windows on the upper floor of this palazzo on the Grand Canal in Venice.

#MondayWindow 2 December 2019

Monday Window: Derelict house, Cahors

This derelict building in the medieval centre of the town of Cahors, in southern France, still has stained glass in its upper part, which gives some indication of how grand it must once have been. #MondayWindow.

#MondayWindow 4 November 2019

Monday Window: The Church at St-Martial-sur-Isop

I’ve just heard about the #MondayWindow challenge that’s being hosted by Ludwig Keck.

Here is my initial contribution – a stained glass window high up on the wall of the old church in the nearby village of Saint-Martial-sur-Isop.

Monday Window 14 October 2019