There’s something about windows. In the words of Quentin Blake: You see, I don’t draw from life at all, but I do look out of my window a lot.
A window is alluring as it gives us a view. What we access through it may have varied overtones: a life away from life, the blossomings beyond our reach, frightening us as much, the high altitudes.
Windows to a soul (Photo Challenge). Witty with attitude (Daily Prompt).
We traveled to Florida and Bahamas on the Norwegian Cruise Line sometime back, and had an amazing time. And I wouldn’t say that the Atlantic Ocean looked a lot like the Pacific Ocean.
These are some of my favorite clicks:
When the sun was setting amid dark rain clouds (West Jersey)
As the sun rose in Florida its patch of white light with its not-so-flattering reflection in the river (from aboard the Norwegian Gem)
The circle of dark orange protecting the thick sunset of white (the East River, NYC)
The disappearing hues of white and orange knocking on the windows of twilight (New Jersey skyline)
The dusk’s only a few moments away (Manhattan skyline)
How every sunrise is the beginning of freshness (downtown Manhattan)
This quiet surrender wanting you to surrender too (Sandy Hook, New Jersey)
How this day was glorious like any other day (Jersey City skyline)
White with shades of gray and black (A night in Kerala, South India)
Spot the patches, those landings on the Moon