Several days ago I was at Iowa State University. I was taking pictures of the colorful fall scenery. It was not until I got back home I realized that one of the most interesting things I had seen were the many different types of windows.
So often we are so preoccupied with looking through a window we do not appreciate the beauty of it.
Many windows are extremely simplistic. A person really does not even notice it is there. That is probably the idea.
I noticed the windows in this classic Richardson Romanesque building. Notice the roller shades on some of the windows.
I like these windows towards the top of the building.
I showed this window in my last post. But this time around I noticed that the window itself is quite remarkable, though your attention is drawn to the people.
Who could resist this window?
Paul Klee was a famous Swiss and German artist. I did not know that, of course, until I looked it up. He his most famous work is called "The Twittering Machine." He did that in 1922.
And here you thought Twitter was something new!
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