windows in a highrise reflected in a wall of copper-coloured glass

Windows from the last few months

When I typed ‘window’ in my Finder I got a rather oddball collection and realized that ‘window’ comes with a variety of interpretations. Here are a few from the last couple of months, all in Vancouver as I haven’t gone anywhere else….

Blue graffiti on a dark red brick wall with two pigeons sitting on a window sillMany windows are taped or boarded up, but this broken one used a special tape with red warnings which I found to be interesting up against the natural greenish colour of glass. broken glass window sealed with tape warning of dangerA mysterious haze appears in the reflections on decorative windows in Vancouver’s Chinatown.
foggy window in Vancouver's Chinatownfoggy window in Vancouver's ChinatownThe Downtown high-rises offer the best reflections of a glass building in the windows of another glass building.reflection of a glass building in the windows of another glass building, VancouverThis is a new building, the first one I’ve seen with copper-coloured glass. From a distance it presents a facade of burnished copper and up close the nearest buildings bask in a distorted pink light. Reflection of windows in the windows of a copper-coloured glass of a high-rise in VancouverRed windows in a blue building reflected in a shiny black car with red taillights. red windows in a blue building reflected in a shiny black car with red taillightsWindow with golden condensation reflecting dark branches. Window with condensation reflecting branches of gold

2 thoughts on “Windows from the last few months

  1. Marvelous photography! Wonderful finds! Thank you very much for joining in on the fun of “Monday Windows”! Isn’t it amazing, all the things we find when we really look?

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