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Friday, August 14, 2009

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22 comments:

ArleneWKW said...

Sometimes I catch a glance of you peeking out. And I smile.

Lorraine said...

Inside, I smile back ;)

Devika said...

But I saw you through those curtains...& even when you see me, you don't SEE me! :)

just kidding -- you and me are all one, when God rules us! :)
Lovely photo, Lorraine :)

love,
dev

gautami tripathy said...

Windows-
hide me
and my soul

Brian Miller said...

lucky they are see through
so i know if i want to open the door.
smiles.

Michael Rawluk said...

Windows have long been a favourite subject of mine.

Cindybrown said...

Very nice!! I always feel like I am looking thru a window and no one can see me!

Kathy said...

Oh, yes. Only looking out from my zone of safety within my house! I NEVER want people looking in!

Lynne's Somewhat Invented Life said...

Oh, such a luscious--and true--observance. Love the window.

Lorraine said...

Never better than when with God, alone...:) thanks Devi

Gautami, I like your version better ;)

Brian, oh no you have those kind of eyes! lol

Michael, your photos haven been a favourite subject of mine ;)

and that's just perfect isn't it CindyB ;)

You got it girl, thanks Kathy!

I love windows and doors on principle dear Lynne, lol thanks a lot!

namaki said...

Right !!! yesterday I saw a police acar and an policeman though my window in Vegas ... I was suddenly transported in the CSI Las Vegas serie !!

Timoteo said...

Makes we want to get my guitar and serenade you beneath your window...but first I'll have to learn how to play the damn thing :)

Seraphine said...

windows work both ways.
which makes one ponder:
what's more pervy,
looking in or looking out?

Lorraine said...

Oh really Namaki? did you take photos? ;)

oh you charmer you, Imay listen but you won't see me :)

A good question Seraphine, the way i see it is, I can look at anything, just don't look at me ;)

RBroeker said...

Well, I prefer Linux ;-)

Best wishes
Ralf

Seraphine said...

you want
a one-way mirror,
not a window.

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

HA!!!!

The Dark Lord said...

...The luxury of gazing ahead, unnoticed! ..But I thought I caught a glimpse of you there!! ;)

Lorraine said...

LOL thanks Ralf ;)

NOte quite, I don't want to see myself either, Seraphine ;)

Right back at you Andrew!

Good luck with that TDL lol and thank you :)

Maxine said...

This is so cheeky Lorraine! I imagine these words as a refrain in a longer poem about people-watching. I'm jealous they're not my words :)

Gabriela said...

I like this one! The idea of windows as eyes to the outside world....and also NOT always a way to see inside!

Lorraine said...

Hey if I inspire you in any way, I am thrilled...feel free to use the idea it would be totally different in your wany, which i really adore ;)

That's exactly IT Gabriela, thanks for dropping in, it's lovely to see you :)