Amsterdam Windows

Yes, it has been awhile since I’ve posted anything and I do apologize. This post is in answer to “A Lingering Look at Windows” ¬†As you may know by now, I love taking pictures of windows and doors. This time the photos are all from our trip to Amsterdam in 2009 (was it that long ago!?)

Streetlamps and windows

Near Rembrandt square

Window Shutter detail

Shutter detail near the Floating Flower Market

Canal houses

Along one of the many canals

Begijnhof roofs

The black building is one of the oldest surviving wooden buildings in Amsterdam and is in the Begijnhof area.

Pathe Tuschinski detail

The Art Deco Pathe Tuchinski cinema

New Amsterdam public library

And a touch of modern Amsterdam, the new public library

A Lingering Look at Windows – February

Here’s a new one, from the folks at The Day After. Once a month they invite people to share photos of windows and as you all may remember, I love taking photos of doors and windows, from the inside or out. Here are some of my shots, mostly looking out through the windows. See more at this month’s A Lingering Look at Windows, here.

Window detail in the Musical Instrument Museum, Brussels

Through a window in the ruins of Riveaulx Abbey, Yorkshire

Looking through my friend Katherine’s window in her 150+ year old manse, old Quebec City

Ordsall Hall, some parts of the house dating to Tudor times, Salford UK

In a building in the Open Air Museum, Arnhem, The Netherlands

New York City Criminal Court building, with lovely Art Deco style windows.