Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Inside a Greenhouse/ Window Views

Looking through the roof to the sky on a sunny day

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14 comments:

Paulie said...

Now that's one "busy" picture! Beautiful blue sky and interesting patterns each holding their own "artwork."

Small City Scenes said...

Oh my goodness!! Is that a Palm type of tree? Who'da thunk--way up north.
'Windows' is right. Mb

PS: I do question Ma Nature lately--We had a mild winter so we are getting a taste of it now. What is going to happen to our summer?--Wait and see. MB

B SQUARED said...

Looks like most living rooms in South Florida.

Small City Scenes said...

regarding your comment on my 'day4plus' blog.
Well it got cold last night but no snow here.
I would be so sad if I lost pics---anything elso--maybe ok.I thought I did and got an external hard drive to put my pics and on a disc but i thought I lost a bunch but they all of a sudden turned up on a different drive. Don't know where they were hiding but am glad.
MB

see you there! said...

Almost abstract looking with all the lines and the pointy leaves on the plant.

Darla

Jacob said...

The plant reminds me of Florida...yuck, yuck, yucca!

It is a yucca, right?

ewok1993 said...

I would love to have a living room like this even though I don't live in Floriday :D

cieldequimper said...

Very clever shot and such a blue infinity...

Barb said...

Many patterns here - an interesting shot!

kaye said...

loved the angle of your shot.

Jayne said...

Nice one - I like all the angles of the structure against the blue of the sky.

Gattina said...

I am not getting the "Blues" ! Your photos are very nice ! I love the horse head, it's so beautiful !

Cezar and Léia said...

I love roofs made of glass, it's beautiful and I liked a lot the composition!
Léia

Louise | Italy said...

Look at that blue sky! Nicely interesting shot. Plenty to look at, and I like the grain.

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