Window

I love photographing windows, doors and gates. What lies beyond them? Where do they lead? They’re like portals to another world – mysterious, beckoning.

It was difficult to choose from amongst my collection for this week’s One-a-week Photo Challenge prompt, Window. I have images from old cabins and sheds, stately homes, ruined castles, humble brick abodes. Stained glass is another of my interests, so I’ve photographed my fair share of leaded windows in chapels, churches and cathedrals. These would have been a bit obvious, so for this challenge, I opted for the quaint and rustic.

A cosy cat at a Lake Ontario home • Along the Mississauga Waterfront Trail, 2007

Wildflower bouquet on my cottage bedroom windowsill • Muskoka, 2016

Patio café • Bracebridge, 2014

Lunching at this charming tearoom is an annual summer tradition • Gravenhurst, 2008

Chappell House, The Riverwood Conservancy • Mississauga, 2017

By the lake • Muskoka, 2016

Although I participated in only a few of the weekly prompts, I enjoyed them very much. Thanks to Wild Daffodil and nanacathydotcom for this year-long challenge!

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