Framing the View of Your World

Whenever we travel, there are often times where you see something through a window or a door and you want to capture what you see in a photograph. In many of those cases, the window or door become part of the photograph and it can add to the story the image is trying to tell. Even if it isn’t an actual window or door other things can frame the image that you are looking at. Here are just a few examples that we have found interesting.

Looking out from the Alhambra Palace in Granada, Spain
Barred Window Inside of the Cave Where St. Thomas Hid in Chennai, India
Looking Out from a Felucca in Cairo, Egypt
Bell Window at the Top of the Leaning Tower of Pisa
Shape of Africa in Reverse from Within the Cave of Hercules in Morocco
Columns in the Roman Agora of Athens, Greece
A View from inside a Fortress Church in Romania
View of One of the Towers at Alhambra
Inside of a House in the DakshinaChitra Cultural Living Museum in Southern India
Looking Out From Bran Castle (Dracula Castle) in Transylvania
Another Window in Spain

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