The World Outside of Your Window

One of the things that we often do is to take photos from our hotel room whenever we visit a new city. It is partially about capturing our first experience as we arrive someplace, but there are times when it is simply that there can be great views from hotel rooms. Obviously we don’t spend a lot of time in our hotel room as we want to spend as much time actually visiting the city, but that doesn’t mean that we can’t enjoy the time that we do spend in our room. We will often start our day and end our day by looking out of the window to see the weather, enjoy the view, our sometimes see a sunset. The views can be vastly different based upon the places that you are visiting, whether it is a beach, major city, or rural location. For this week’s Daily Post Photo Challenge, Windows, we are sharing some of the varieties of views we have seen during our recent journeys. Do you take photos out of the windows of the places that you stay?

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Water Towers and Skyscrapers from Hotel in New York

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View from Our Room in Nuremburg, Germany

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Fountain at Night from Our Room in Rome

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Courtyard Outside of Our Hotel in Brasov, Romania

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View of Lake Titicaca in Copacabana, Bolivia

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5 Responses to The World Outside of Your Window

  1. I also take photos from my room. Some of my most memorable are from Montreal, Valparaiso in Chile, and Santiago in Chile.

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  2. susurrus says:

    There are beautiful views, especially the last.

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  3. Paul White says:

    Interesting. I like the idea of finding ‘non-views’ to photograph, although I would not want to stay in such a room.

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  4. How amazing to have that view in Rome from your room! I should think about doing this more often. I’m always too eager to go out and explore.

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