Lookin’ Through Windows for Ed’s Sunday Stills Challenge

A person can see some really interesting things when looking through windows. I try not to peep through house windows as I walk past, but sometimes the temptation is just too much. 🙂 I guess it would be very cheeky to take pics of the inside of someone’s private dwelling, so I haven’t any of those.

Of course, at the aquarium there are lots of windows to protect the viewers from the occupants of those glass cases. Little Sienna can smile, knowing she’s quite safe from the huge shark only metres behind her.

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Spectators can happily take photos of the Manta rays, and a host of other fishies. Whatever did man do before the invention of glass? It’s such a useful material. Did you realise that it’s been around since 3,500 BC?

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I bet Sienna never thought she’d be able to drive a London bus when she visited South Africa.

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Here’s a view from the car window, which is not at all surprising when visiting the Lion Park. IMG_0664

Finally, when taking a pic of the signs for sale at our local hardware store, I got lots of reflections through the window.

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57 comments on “Lookin’ Through Windows for Ed’s Sunday Stills Challenge

  1. The lion park still looks the same as when I visited it last in 1970 ties , only the lions are different! Ha ha. Love your creativity with the windows

  2. Great interpretation and shots indeed Sylvia and yes, I agree. It’s a bit too private to go peeping into other people’s home and take shots of their windows. LOL! Sienna is such a cutie! 😀

  3. Fun, fun, fun! Always amazing to see sea creatures but even more amazing is to be up close with the lions. A great adventure! Wishing you a wonderful weekend. All the best to you and your family.

  4. Interesting through windows theme. I like Sienna through those windows (or window behind her). By the way taking a picture of someone house through the house window can be against the law – that is in US at least.

  5. I like your thinking about glass and what would we do without it. I am going to photograph a wedding at the out zoo and aquarium next month. I enjoy the photos and the reflections.

  6. A London Bus in SA. Now that is novel, Sylvia. The windows and the paintwork look much cleaner than on our British buses. I guess the one in your picture is a rare specimen worthy of extra care and attention — that is, assuming it’s a genuine import and not a SA copy amongst many!

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