Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Wordless Wednesday - Marlbork #4


This vine didn't really care that the window was in the way...part of the Teutonic Knights Castle in Marlbork, Poland.

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10 comments:

Melody said...

Great pic!
So I suppose this window is always closed?

Beth F said...

I love photos of architectural elements. Nice.

Nymeth said...

I love it! When I was studying in England, I stayed at an old dorm for the first few weeks that was almost completely covered in foliage. They kept it neat and made sure it never covered doors, windows, etc, but it still looked all wild and haunted :D

ds said...

Great shot! You know how I feel about windows ;)

kaye said...

amazing that it didn't break the window. I do love vines on brick. If you want to wander down my road I’m home.

Amy said...

This is such a beautiful picture. I like it too because it leaves the viewer free to imagine the rest of the picture or the kind of building they see this window, the bricks and the vine being a part of. Sandy, the picture of your children in Poland with the water and mountains behind them, included in your interview in Nymeth's blog, was breathe-taking. Your children are adorable!

J. Kaye said...

I love this photo!

Alice Teh said...

I love the color and the composition of this photo. I have a thing for windows...

Literary Feline said...

I can just imagine standing at the window looking out.

Bellezza said...

I love this picture and the persistance of the vine!