Monday Window – October 26, 2020

Windows of the HMS Bounty

This week we remember the Tall Ship HMS Bounty. It was just eight years ago that this beautiful ship was lost to hurricane Sandy.

She had visited Savannah that May and it turned out to be my last visit on this magnificent reconstruction for the movie “Mutiny on the Bounty”.

Here are links to my blog posts from that time. Many of the links in the posts no longer work. Others work but not the way they did eight years ago.

Goodbye HMS Bounty

Remembering the HMS Bounty

This is my photo of the windows from inside the ship.



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Monday Window – October 19, 2020

A Southern House

Today I will return to windows of houses where people live. Here in the South windows are quite large on the front of houses. I have not researched the reasons for that.

When our cat was old he really seemed to appreciate being able to walk onto the window sill. No jumping required. The real reasons for such large windows probably have nothing to do with catering to cats, however.

Oh, yes, I am reluctant to just photograph peoples’ houses. This house is vacant and for sale, so I had no qualms.



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