Saturday, November 06, 2010

Round Robin: Through a Window

I've been so distracted this week what the date for the Round Robin Challenge: In the Window is upon me and I haven't taken any usable pictures for it. Well, not recently, anyway. I did take a few tonight, but they're worthless. It doesn't matter, though, because I've taken lots of pictures over the course of this year that do qualify as looking in a window. Some of them are previously unpublished, at least on this blog. Here are some of my favorites:



From March: here is a peek in a window of St. Michael and All Angels. It was around Palm Sunday, and if you look carefully you can see the crossed palms inside the window.



From May: I rushed into the Mission San Xavier del Bac late one afternoon, just before they locked up for the evening. In the museum and gift shop area there was a large display case full of old statuary. I managed to photograph the icons through both the front and side windows of the display.

From Tucson Botanical Gardens

In June I visited the Tucson Botanical Gardens. Here's a view in through a window of a greenhouse there.

From Summer at the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum

In July a friend was in town for the day, so I met her out at the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum, essentially a desert-themed zoo west of Tucson. It was a hot, muggy monsoon day, so the animals weren't very active, including this ocelot, seen through a viewing window into its den.



This mountain lion was also sacked out in its windowed den.



These bobcats are seen here looking through a viewing window into their habitat.

That's enough. Now let's peek inside everone else's windows!

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10 comments:

sunflowerkat321 said...

Great variety of subjects here. Just goes to show how interesting it is to be on the outside looking in.

Kat

Linda said...

I really like that first one--with the crossed palms in the window. Great variety.

Peg said...

I like the last one the very best, you'd never know it was through a window.

Jeanette said...

Nice pictures! Lots of different windows to look through. We were at a Botanical Gardens this summer and I took some window pictures. Wish I would have though of them!

Kim, USA said...

Love your finds. Great shots!
In the window

Scrabblequeen said...

I love the Dessert Museum! LOl...all my pics from there pre-date digital cameras, though...Nice job of looking in.

Monica said...

You were busy and provided us a lot of variety. =) I like the first photo with the plams in the window, the texture outside the window. It all works. I also liked the bobcat. =)

Rita said...

Great shots all but, the first is my favorite. I love old buildings.

Thanks for visiting my doggie in the window. I do so appreciate all those who visit and leave a comment.

ellen b. said...

I like the variety you've shown. The first one is my favorite! Makes me want to go peak in...

Sandy said...

All are great but I love the zoo ones! I need to take more photos through windows.