Last year Wild Daffodil organised a photo challenge with a different theme each month. I rather enjoyed putting together a selection of images, however slight the link may have been to the theme! This year the photo challenge is still running but with a difference, the theme all year is windows. At first I wasn’t sure, I love looking at architecture but I haven’t got that many photos. Then I started thinking around the subject a bit more…
This is my stained glass window quilt, I made it about 15 years ago before I had any quilting equipment or experience, those strips of black bias cover a multitude of sins! The design is based on a stained glass window we had made for our home.
I was trying to avoid Christmas photos, but I couldn’t resist this one, it’s the central hall in Castle Howard, I love the different arches and the circle of windows in the cupula.
Paper pieced windows in my Down the Rabbit Hole quilt.
Last summer I visited Blackwell, and arts & crafts house near Windermere. It has some beautiful stained glass windows.
I’m not particularly keen on flying, but once I get over the fact that there’s 30,000 feet of nothing beneath us, I do enjoy looking out of the window at the scenery below. This was taken flying across Australia last March.
So that’s my first collection of windows, do follow the link to Wild Daffodil to see what everyone else is sharing.