|Old window at Canterbury Cathedral|
Go back in time and you'll find American windows smaller, especially on the frontier, or in pre-white man days when there was no glass. We're spoiled today with storm windows, screens, air conditioning and more.
|Parliament, Union Jack, from Westminster cloisters|
Windows draw me, my imagination--so many stories, histories, ghosts, hopes, fears--demanding to be photographed, to be encountered.
In England and Scotland I found different stories, growing out of centuries of habitation.
Too many words--I was overwhelmed everywhere I went, and it's hard to write about, to organize. The windows help.
|Canterbury Cathedral, from its cloisters|
|Earls Court Tube station--our window to the rest of London|
|A sea of red buses outside the 18th Century pub, The Clarence|
|Parliament...windows on freedom|
|Westminster, windows on the past|