Monday Window – February 6, 2023

Looking out a window – 2

Last week we looked out from a fifth-floor window of a big building on “pill hill”. This week we will go smaller. Today’s location is a suburban medical waiting room. No view of impressive buildings from here. Just a parking lot filled with cars. The bare trees are the most noticeable feature here.

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Monday Window – January 30, 2023

Looking out a window

And more from that early morning trip to “pill hill”. Here we are looking out a window at the “king and queen” buildings.

It was just under a year ago when I posted a photo here of these buildings at sunset time. Now we see then just after sunrise. This time from a building on the Saint Joseph’s Hospital campus. You can’t see that there is a freeway in between. It was from that freeway that I had photographed the buildings for the February 21, 2022 post of Monday Window.

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Monday Window – January 23, 2023

Urban windows

Continuing on with my early morning trip into the city. The streets were still uncrowded. However, the parking lot at Starbucks on the left was full. Seems like a lot of us need that cup of coffee to get the day started.

Here is a view of an apartment building. The windows looked intriguing with their varied reflections. In the evening many of the windows likely would be lit up, but at this hour the place looks still asleep.

Our destination was the building in the next photo. We made it there just at the time of sunrise. The glass-walled building reflects the neighboring building which in turn reflects the glowing sky. It was rather neat.

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