Monday Window – December 28, 2020

The year that was

This time of year one sees a great deal of reviews of the year that was. Sadly, 2020 was not a year to be nostalgic about. There was much suffering, turmoil, and sadness. The pandemic loomed over everything.

It was not considered safe for old folks like myself to be out and about and my photography suffered mightily. For me this photo illustrates much of what I saw of windows: Fast food service.

Much of what I posted was from my archives. Here a look at photos from my most popular posts. The top one got twenty stars!

Last night we drove around the neighborhood and saw wonderful decorations. There is still cheer and hope out there.

Of course I photographed the windows. The rest, though, looked to good to not include.

Through all the difficulties of 2020 our circle of friends stayed steady, posting cheerful, interesting, amazing views of windows from around the world.

I thank you for your dedication and enthusiasm. I am glad that we made it to the end of the year. I wish you all a truly happy New Year!


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

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.:. © 2020 Ludwig Keck

Monday Window – December 21, 2020

Church window from the outside

This past year has been difficult. The pandemic has impacted every part of our world. There is light bringing hope for the future. For now, however, there is a new normal.

The doors of this church are brightly illuminated and inviting, but the reality is that reservations are required to attend, and no more than twenty-five can be admitted to a service.

The message of this holiday season is hope, hope for a new time without fear, without the hardships and agonies. That is also my wish to you.

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

See Monday Window posts

Please 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