Monday Window – March 30, 2020

Windows at Night

As an octogenarian I was entitled to shop at my local grocery before opening to regular customers. That meant before sun up! It was dark and foggy. The sky had just begun to lighten up. There were hardly any other vehicles on the roads. My neighbors clearly are taking this pandemic seriously.

I pulled over in the shopping center for a few iPhone photos. Some of the businesses had lights on inside, some were getting ready for the day. At the grocery store a few old folks were coming in for needed supplies. Many of the shelves were still bare from the shopping frenzy at the start of the shutdown.

Stay safe my friends.


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.:. © 2020 Ludwig Keck

Monday Window – March 23, 2020

Driving through Nashville

Just two photos from Nashville, Tennessee.

Well, when I got this far I realized that I would be short-changing my friends and visitors. To just show two photo from Nashville, THE Nashville, borders on torture.

So I went back to my archive, these are photos from three years ago, and picked up a few more.

Some really colorful windows. A pano looking along the Cumberland river and a few street scenes.

Click on the small images to see them larger.

But wait. There is more!

Here a building with not a single window showing. Yes, it doe look familiar. Nashville is home to a full-size reconstruction of the Parthenon in Athens, Greece. Not as it is today, but as it might have been some to millennia ago.

Parthenon, Nashville

Am I allowed to show this in Monday Windows? Well, with my frequent “fake windows”, “no windows” might not be a complete misfit.

Enjoy!


Monday Window is a weekly blog post challenge featuring one or more photos of windows, prominently or as the main subject. Please see the sidebar.

See Monday Window postsPlease visit the participating blogs. You will be delighted and astounded by the rich and imaginative offerings by the bloggers from around the world.


.:. © 2020 Ludwig Keck