lunes, diciembre 04, 2006

Protecting from the sun

The window of the history

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Some windows are over others, the reason is obvious.
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Soundtrack: "Concert Nº for Piano and Orchestra" - Rachmaninoff
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Algunas ventanas están sobre otras. La razón es obvia.

12 comentarios:

Anónimo dijo...

ces fenetres sont merveilleuses, elles me font penser à un temble indou.



these windows are marvellous, they make me think of a Hindu temble.

Susan in Atlanta dijo...

Very, very interesting building. I like the shutters. Is that type common there?

You list a song on each post. Are we supposed to be able to hear it? Because if we are, I don't see a play button.

Ja dijo...

This is a beautiful corner.

Anónimo dijo...

That's amazing - a it like an Ottoman window of Istanbul with very modern sunscreening.

Chris & Deb dijo...

Love the perspective and rich color in your photo!

GiuCe dijo...

lo malo q abajo es un casino :S

buen detalle amis :D

J. Andrew Lockhart dijo...

I've never seen windows like that. Interesting!

Anónimo dijo...

i would love to have windows like that. it's very unique. very balinese too...

Cèsar Pasadas dijo...

Interesante captura. El colorido la hace aún más agradable! Sigue así!!

The Griffin - El Grifo CSD Mannucci dijo...

Those windows are known around the world as Trujillian style :)..I m telling you!!! I think this pic its beautiul and the windows "Trujillian Style" are so fine!!!
Visit Trujillo you'll love it!

ruth dijo...

I agree with Sally about Istanbul. What's nice about windows like these (we called them "ponjur" in Turkish, I think) is how dark it is inside when they're down, and you can sleep and sleep . . .

Nathalie dijo...

I really love this warm yellow colour against the dark intricate wood!