Window dressing

As I was going through the pics of the château d’Ecouen, I saw that we had photographed more than once  several windows of the château. All of this as you go up and down the stairs towards the different exhibits.

I like windows. They bring in light and air, which are basic elements that we all need.

I played with these pics and came out with surprising results:

I put a golden tint to these iron framed windows. We are looking out to the courtyard.

A classic b&w view.

And finally, a composition with a Renaissance era church stall and a nearby window.

I tinged the top part blue. The dark tones bring out the cross-like structure of the window pane. D called it “weird”, but in a good way. It does look strangely spiritual.

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