Monday Window – More Windows from France

….thanks to Ludwig for hosting Monday Window https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/44130619/posts/4001496234

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Windows in Paris
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More Windows in Paris
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City Hall in Tours
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Windows at the back of the cathedral in Tours
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Looking out a window at the Musée de Beaux Arts in Tours
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Musée de Beaux Arts from the outside
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View of the windows from above at Chateau Royal in Amboise
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A house built in the side of a cliff in Amboise
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Side view of the Chateau Royal in Bois
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View from inside looking out at the Chateau Royal Bois
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View of Bois from the lookout at the Chateau Royal
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Windows outside the Modern Art Museum in Tours
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Monday Windows in Paris

…..from the library at the University of Paris

An art nouveau design by Eugène Bigot constructed in 1927. Ian Nairn describes it like this: “It is like a brick balloon inflated to its limit with an unquenchable puff…”

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Monday Window – April 26, 2021

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From earlier posts you’ve probably noticed that my husband and I made a trip to Grimsby Beach last week and came across a village of very brightly painted homes. In this post I’ve concentrated on the windows. On Thursday I’ll post in Thursday Doors to feature the doors.

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Monday Windows – March 1, 2021

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After doing a bit of shopping the other day I decided to drive down into Col. Sam Smith Park and go for a short of a walk. On my way back to the car I passed the outdoor skating rink. Even though we’ve experienced some pretty mild temperatures the rink was still operational because of the pipes under the ice.

In Toronto if you want to skate in one of the city ice rinks you have to book a time so that the area doesn’t become overwhelmed with too many people. A booth is set up outside the old Power Plant where you can sign in. The building itself is closed now during COVID but is used as a community centre.

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