Monday, May 14, 2012

Whimsical Windows

Here's one of the windows at Mission Carmel, est. in 1770. 
The beautiful mission and grounds are a National Historic Landmark 
and a must-see for anyone traveling through the Monterey area. 
Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA
(5/5/12)


Click HERE to visit Whimsical Windows & Delirious Doors.

8 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Delightful capture for the day! Love your composition and the colorful flowers! Hope you have a great week, Linnea!

Photo Cache said...

Mission Carmel is a goldmine for windows and doors.

Hoped you had a fabulous Mother's Day.

Lesley said...

the angle of the deep walls probably lets in a lot more light than one might imagine. beautiful stone work as well.

toby said...

Oh, that is an absolutely wonderful window! Thanks so much for sharing it at WWDD!

Ralph said...

What a fine window - the look of the past! I like the arrangement here, the glass inset so the rain stays out or lets the light in while leaving the heat out too. Cool and classic!

Happyone said...

That is one great looking window. The flowers below it adds to its beauty! Nice shot!

Lara Neusiedler @ Uproad said...

beautiful! and it looks so romantic!

Laloofah said...

I absolutely ADORE this charming window and the beautiful roses beneath it! I'm a total sucker for windows like this, and similar inviting doorways and enchanting gates. And though I've only been there once, I fell in love with Carmel (who wouldn't?) Such a charming place, how I'd love to return there with my camera!

Beautiful capture, Linnea!