Monday, August 13, 2007

Windows



In the historic main streets of Torino, in Summer, happens to see windows open with nice lights and colours inside.

Nel centro storico di Torino, in Estate, capita di vedere finestre aperte con belle luci e colori all'interno.
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14 comments:

isabella said...

This reminds me of Hitchcock's movie "Rear Window" ;-)
Are you spying on your neighbors, Fabrizio?

Nikon said...

Amazing shot - I love looking in & seeing the colors & books.

Chuckeroon said...

...these are the opportunities of city photography. Pretty shot. Something to think about.

Emily Lin said...

Nice photograph. I love how the lights looks on the vintage-like blue windows. I noticed that you said it's 40 celcius in Torino now, it's more or less the same like Malaysia. But I guess your weather is dryer than ours. We usually open our windows in daytime. We'll close our windows as there will be mosquitoes flying into our house. [It's not fun at all to be bitten by mosquitoes!!] Unless we have the "netting" to cover up our windows. :)

Fredrik Ekblad said...

Nice colors! Taking photo in the evening is a challenge, but the result can be fantastic. Like here.

Ming_the_Merciless said...

Awesome photo! I love the windows and the 'peeping into someone's home' concept.

Jilly said...

This is like a stage set, Fabrizio. Just beautiful - the colours are perfect.

lavinka said...

There is in poland on retreat. Windows are big, because people love light and sun. But interiors screen net curtains. Other case, that it makes difficult work thiefs. :)
(Sorry for my english)
lav

Fénix (Bostonscapes DP) said...

Those pastels are delightful. And so are the shadows, the composition, and the stories we can imagine playing out in those rooms...

Kate said...

The shutters are focal points of the photo and are strikingly visual! Very nice!

richard said...

LIke Emily I'm wondering about mosquitoes, especially with the lights on. Even here in Zurich we get bothered with them and have to "manage" them.

NB IN answer to your question about a "sweet tooth" on my blog, if you like being here then you have a "sweet tooth"!

Neva said...

This is a really nice picture. I love the way the lights are in some...

bluechic said...

amazing colors here, and very nicely framed for us...

Fabrizio - ikol22 said...

Thank you to everyone. Unfortunately we have mosquitoes too but only when humid and near any "water-thing" like river, fountains, lake. That night, plus, was a bit windy ;-)