Ruby Tuesday: Window


I cannot tell you
what lies behind the window,
although wise ones know.

© 2010 by Magical Mystical Teacher
Photo: A window in San Sebastián del Oeste, Jalisco, Mexico
For more Ruby Tuesday photos, click here.

Posted on August 30, 2010, in Jalisco, Mexico, my digital photos, my senryu, Ruby Tuesday, San Sebastian. Bookmark the permalink. 13 Comments.

  1. Of course we all should be on a ‘need to know’ basis of what exists on the other side of the glass…but we can enjoy the architecture on this side of the panes…

  2. I love the weathered red

  3. Nice picture it reminded me of my grandparents place with weathered paints. I love the poetry under the picture.

  4. A most intriguing window style! There is something quite mysterious about it!

  5. Okay, what’s behind the window?
    Love the faded weathered look. Amazing what nature does to the things man made. You did a fine job capturing that essence. And look what your haiku has suggested, a guessing game!


  6. That window has such a continental flair to it!! I love it.

    My R T Link

    Have a great day.

  7. Nice window view.. so old and can just imagination what behind it. Some one cooking a great Italian meal……
    My ruby Link for you

  8. The window frames look very sturdy. It makes me wonder if the glass is the shatter-proof type.

  9. Lovely capture of textures…very nostalgic.

  10. Beautifully streamlined, simple window! I love it! 🙂

  11. I love the chipped paint and that weathered look.

  12. Beautiful framed shot!

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