Monday Window – February 24, 2020

Barred and shuttered

Not particularly inviting, this window. When it comes to keeping unwelcome visitors out, this window says it all, even with the shutters open.

When you consider the location you can understand why such an unfriendly impression might be appropriate. This is a old bourbon aging house in Kentucky.

This is an old photo from 2015. If you would like to see more about this story, visit my Cafe Ludwig post about Making Bourbon. Amazingly those old image links to my OneDrive still work.

Here is a view of the barrel warehouse at that distillery.

Barrel Run to Barrel Warehouse C

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Monday Window – February 17, 2020

Really, really big window

Way back almost ten years ago we visited the Georgia Aquarium for the first time since I had gone “digital”. Of course I had my camera with me. Back then I used a little Nikon D60, just 10 megapixels.

There we came to what is probably the biggest window I had ever seen. It is 23 feet tall and 61 feet wide (7 by 18.6 m)! These are some of my photos.

Enjoy!




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