Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Windows - and Doors Too! 11-11-09


Mary T hosts Window Views.











Not very fancy, but I love the way the ivy is creeping up to the windows and door, like burglars. This is an old Masonic building that is housing an architecture firm.








14 comments:

toby said...

Very pretty - both the ivy and the building!

Nessa said...

I love crawling ivy.

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Coralie Cederna Johnson said...

Love the photos! Truly beautiful!!!

Robin said...

That ivy looks stunning in red against the white of the building.

maryt/theteach said...

An amazing old house embraced by lovely creeping ivy! Thanks for playing Window Views - we love having you! :)

Josie Ray said...

Ooo, I love how the ivy turns red in the fall...like Virginia creeper. It's very striking with the burgundy and black trim.

Carla said...

I love ivy on a beautiful building too!! Great colors:)

Stine in Ontario said...

The ivy is very pretty in all those shades of pinks and greens. It really softens the hard walls of a building nicely, doesn't it?

Lew said...

Interesting building. You have captured it well!

Mar said...

It looks very pretty. I love the leaves on the stairs too :)
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VioletSky said...

The ivy is lovely, but I also find the windows interesting. The four over two above the four over three above a solid pane is unusual.

Dianne said...

I love the leaves on the steps
and the photo of the arch is from a perfect perspective, gives it such a sweeping majestic feel

beautiful!!

Chris said...

I love the colors of Autumn, but red is my favorite. The other hues are beautiful, but they convey death and decay. But red....red is LIFE!

Pat said...

I love the green and red leaves against the white of the building and the crisp, clear colors.

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