Windows Mix





Plovdiv, Bulgaria
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11 Коментари to “Windows Mix”

  1. Robin from Israel Says:

    I love the combination of straight and wavy lines in that first shot.

  2. ilanadavita Says:

    Beautiful series. Makes me want to visit Bulgaria.

  3. Stine in Ontario Says:

    I really LOVE the first photo where we can peek into the courtyard. Nicely photographed, Nadine!

  4. Lew Says:

    Interesting windows all, but I like the third and fifth best!

  5. Ellen Says:

    These are all such intriguing shots. Love them all but my favorite is the first one

  6. AuntieE Says:

    Love the courtyard door. The old Spanish style courtyard are a great find.
    enjoyed looking at all the different styles of building.

  7. VioletSky Says:

    The first one looks like a painting.

  8. Sara Says:

    A very interesting mix of doors and windows. That first photo is intriguing…that eyebrow over the doorway, for example. And I love the glimpse into the courtyard at the other, far away door.

  9. carolynUSA Says:

    Nice variety of styles and colors…I’d love to visit Bulgaria and see all of this myself…very nice collection here!

  10. kaye Says:

    I love all of your beautiful windows–but your door, offering a view of a second door is very creative. If you want to wander down my road I’m home.

  11. Josie Ray Says:

    Such unusual and beautiful doors and windows. The arch over the doors in the first photo almost looks like trompe l’oeil. And the soft purple with white in the second photo is beautifully Victorian. Thanks for such great photos.

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