Thursday’s Windows: Philadelphia Victorian

(Well, yes, it’s Friday now.) But, even if it’s a day late, here’s my current contribution to Sandra Conner’s Thursday Windows – a wonderfully ornate late nineteenth century specimen from Locust Street in Philadelphia.

WindowLocustStreetI’m not sure which I like most – the incredibly complicated stone carving surrounding the window, or the leaded class, or the flourishing jade plant on the windowsill.

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9 responses to “Thursday’s Windows: Philadelphia Victorian

  1. that is one seriously gorgeous window sharon…wow

  2. Oh that’s so pretty, I love it!

  3. Lovely Victorian window Sharon !
    I like your compostition with the tree branches coming in from the side too šŸ™‚

    • Thank you! But I really don’t deserve credit for the composition – that’s just where the tree was šŸ™‚ If I wanted a picture of the window, I had to put up with the branches.

      They did position themselves very nicely, though, didn’t they?

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