Weekly Photo Challenge: BEYOND

What lies beyond a window? Many things. For instance, a mountain in Arizona:

Beyond the Window: A Mountain

Or an enchanted village:

An Enchanted Village

A forest in Maine:

A Forest in Maine

Or a mystery of unknowing. Or of not-yet-knowing:

Through a Veil, Darkly

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16 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: BEYOND

  1. pix & kardz says:

    a creative take on this week’s challenge. thanks for sharing.

  2. Gemma says:

    All very mysterious. Interesting. I really like the Arizona shot. 🙂

  3. jfb57 says:

    Excellent idea for the theme – windows!

  4. Very nice images and a fun post!

  5. xpat92 says:

    Hi
    Very nicely done. Windows are natural companions towards the beyond and these capture the imagination.

  6. Stef says:

    I still do like that AZ image.

    • Touch2Touch says:

      Also the AZ weather beyond the window —
      Today it’s 65 there! (And that’s considered chilly —)

      • Stef says:

        It cracks me up what people think of as “cold”.

      • Touch2Touch says:

        You, and all Minnesotans, are experts on COLD.
        I think you are all heroic!
        🙂
        (Of course the Tucson people know a lot about HOT.)

      • Stef says:

        Yes, the AZ folks know hot – but surprisingly, we Minnesotans know a thing or two about hot as well. We have had our fair share of high 90/low 100 degree days (with loads of humidity to boot); yet I doubt a Tuscon-ite has ever seen a below-zero temp with biting wind in their neck of the desert. Just sayin’. 😉

      • Touch2Touch says:

        I knew that about MN heat as well as cold!!!!!
        Minnesotans seem so well balanced to me as people, perhaps it’s as an antidote to the extreme weather. 😉
        (You know there’s not a lot of plants that will grow naturally in Tucson — mostly cacti and such — Two years ago when we were out there, there was carnage in most “gardens” because the temperature dropped below 32 degrees, and most of the cacti died.)

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