Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: A Window With a View

Happy Sunday, readers. This week’s challenge comes from Amy, who has tasked us to post photos captured through windows. I poured over my albums, and here are the ones I chose:

  1.  View of the North Sea through a window at Dunnottar Castle, located near Stonehaven, Scotland.
A view of the North Sea framed by a window at Dunnottar Castle in Scotland.

2. A view of Pilrig Park from our flat in historic Pilrig House.  Pilrig House was once the home of author Robert Louis Stevenson’s family.  Now converted to apartments (one of which is self-catering), Pilrig House is an oasis of calm in the bustling city of Edinburgh, Scotland.  

A vase with flowers sitting on a window sill and a view over Pilrig Park in Scotland.

3. A gorgeous view of the Scottish countryside taken from my car window.

Green Scottish countryside and snow capped mountains in the distance.

4. Windows galore! Stunning architectural design at Elgin Cathedral in Elgin, Scotland.

Elgin Cathedral ruins in Elgin, Scotland.

5. One of the stained glass windows at St. Fillans Church in Aberdour, Scotland. The view here is simply the beautiful window itself.

A stained glass window at St. Fillans Church in Scotland.

6.  Instead of looking out, this view has us looking in at the storefront window of guitarguitar in Corstorphine, Scotland.  It was here that Mr. C may or may not have purchased a rather expensive guitar, and it may or may not have gotten hung up in U.S. Customs for two nerve-wracking weeks.  :O

The storefront windows of a guitar store in Corstorphine, Scotland.

7.  And finally, Scotland, my old friend.  We think we were over the Outer Hebrides when we took this photo, but I’m not entirely sure.  Anyway, it’s definitely Scotland and a view I’ll be seeing again quite soon!

View from an airplane window of Scotland's Outer Hebrides.

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Until next time, loves.

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