6.26.2009

i wish i had this view every evening.

{a farm a few miles outside of town—taken from the side of the road}

but i don't.
oh well...
other than a few view-obstructing rooftops,
mine's not bad.




{more pictures of the same view...}


{clouds through a green glass bottle—it looks like i bottled them up, doesn't it?}

what about you?
what do you have the pleasure of seeing outside your window?

18 comments:

maccandace said...

Wow, I love the clouds in the green glass bottle, very creative. Why didn't I think of that?!?!?!?!?! You're good, Georgia!

Liss said...

I have the most amazing view of a 2story house being constructed.


I have so interesting cloud formation both in out of the bottles from your home.

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Girl Japan: April Marie Claire said...

Vast and open.... you have such beautiful composition in your photos!

Sorry I've missed a few of your posts, had to move suddenly and been working on the new site = )

Have a fab weekend.

Char said...

love the green bottles!! out my window are too many houses and cars...except out the back - then it feels as though I'm in a treehouse.

beth said...

funny you should this ask after my last post...obviously children :)

but at our cottage {17 acres} nothing but utopia...well as close as you can get to utopia....is what that place is all about !!

apriliniowa said...

Wonderful shot of the clouds through the pretty green glass, Georgia! I love to take pictures of my son's face looking at me through glasses and such. So pretty. & uur view is akin to yours but with houses really close together and an alley that's less than lovely. I would love to wake up to a farm with a lake!

Kristin said...

I would totally frame that last pic!

joyce said...

I think the green glass looks great too. I'm sorry I missed your blogs....I'll come more often. Out my window is the side lawn of our place, with its forest beyond that stretches to the road. And my black cat at the edge of the forest. If I had my camera I'd show you, but its in the shop. (Should get it back anyday...phew!!)

Angie said...

The view from my window? I used to be able to see the big hill next to our street, but our neighbor made another room to their small house, and blocked the view. I understand them, but I miss it so much. I could see the goat hearders take them to the pasture right from my bed. Now I have to go outside. Oh, well, it's not that bad.
The bottled clouds? Just incredible!

spread your wings said...

that last shot is so cool - bottled clouds.
can't see the clouds well from my home but i have 360 view of them from my office on the 18th floor.

Toni said...

Nothing worth looking at, especially right now since it is pitch black. ;) It is a much different story when I'm at work, though. Your roadside photo is gorgeous. Definitely an argument for living on a farm.

Barefoot from Heaven said...

I'm totaly in love with clouds but the best one EVER are the clouds captured in the bottle.

And such a great idea. I might take some pics soon from my window to show you all what my view is.

Wildflower Studio (Michelle Dransart) said...

That last photos is incredible! Love your creativity!

elk said...

love them all...garden and more...

LornaSmithStudio said...

I think everyone above me has said how fab your photo of bottled clouds are. gorgeous. The view from my home in Paisley, Scotland is trees out of the front (hiding a nasty busy road) and more trees and lovely communal gardens out back. Very pleasant :O)

alissa said...

i get to look at...other tall buildings haha. but thats what i signed on for living downtown. but i do miss the openness! actually what i posted about tonight...

Joy said...

Yeah, the farm photo-- I only have to go a half mile to see the wide open sky. One day, I was standing on a dirt road next to a farm, soaking up the 'atmosphere' (pun intended :)), and I thought, this almost makes me want to live on a farm--but not quite--that's another post for me! Love the clouds in a bottle...

Claire said...

i have a mountain to right side of my lounge window. it is covered in pastures. if the wind is blowing in an easterly direction, i can hear the sheep bleating and to my left there is a mass of trees that cradle a river. the trees sing every morning and wake me up because they house so many birds. in front of me is a funny shaped enclosure where an injured horse is being rehabilitated and behind me is a house. i am surrounded by green. i am surrounded by peace.

your green bottle photo is perfection for me, my g.