One of the “must-sees” at the Chicago Art Institute is the Chagall windows. They are located at the end of a long hallway, in the same room with replicas of other famous artists’ Chicago artwork (such as the Picasso sculpture whose original is in front of the Daley Center).
Posted for Ludwig Keck’s Monday Window challenge.
This is my third post about picturesque Miltenberg, Germany, on the Main River in northern Bavaria. These are a few of the windows in this historic town.
There are many religious statues in alcoves and on walls of the old center of this Catholic city.
Church window – from the outside
Church window – from the inside
Flower boxes in every window add to their charm.
Monday Window is a weekly feature and photo challenge sponsored by Ludwig Keck.
For last week’s Thursday Doors challenge, I posted about Marksburg Castle, one of only two Rhine River hill castles that was never destroyed. We visited Marksburg during our river cruise last June. Today, I feature some of the windows of Marksburg for Ludwig Keck’s Monday Windows challenge.
Here is Marksburg Castle from below:
The castle has a variety of different windows.
Do those slits on the lower right indicate that another window was there at one time?
Four narrow shuttered windows and a triangular attic window!
Windows on different levels
A barred window converted into a display case
A large window for this narrow dining room to let in plenty of light for the diners.
Windows in the tower…was there perhaps an imprisoned maiden up there? (Rapunzel, let down your hair…) 😉
I have just discovered the Monday Window challenge! I am happy to participate because I find so many cool windows to photograph! This one is a repeat from my Mont-St.-Michel post, but it’s one of my faves! Thanks to Ludwig for offering this weekly challenge!
Taken at Mont-St.-Michel, France with Sony Alpha 68 with 300mm zoom lens, June 19, 2019.