Monday Window – January 25, 2021

Food Truck Windows

The wide variety of windows has always intrigued me and I have tried to present examples of all types I could think of. Not just windows in buildings, businesses, homes and structures grand and humble; windows in boats, and cars, airplanes and street cars, trains and buses. Even windows in washing machines have been “featured” in Monday Window posts.

One type seems to have slipped past me: Food truck windows. So this week I will atone with a collection of delectable and tasty windows from food trucks assembled at the 2017 Peachtree Corners Festival.

Peachtree Corners Festival 2017
Peachtree Corners Festival 2017

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Monday Window – January 18, 2021

Window for the birds

Some days just don’t work out. This is one of them. My little laptop is running updates and shut down unexpectedly. I lost my notes with the filenames of some old photos in my archives. With the computer really busy running the harddrive at mostly 100% there was no way to get “a bit of time”. So I decided to download from my Flicker pages – I could sidestep the HDD. But Flickr mangles the filenames. Well, I will use some other window photos today.

These are windows at the Telfair art museum in Savannah, Georgia. Photographed ten years ago – February 27, 2011.

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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Please visit the participating blogs. You will be delighted and astounded by the rich and imaginative offerings by the bloggers from around the world.


.:. © 2021 Ludwig Keck