Weekly Photo Challenge: Windows from the inside out


Timoleague Abbey ruins was a study in windows. The windows are what first caught my eye when we stopped there. I’ve picked some of my favorites for this photo challenge, all looking from the inside out.

A long look through the ruined abbey to the triple lancet window.

Lancet window, Timoleauge Abbey (© Huffygirl 2011)

 Self-made window – looking from the inside out through a hole in the ruins.

Self-made window ( © Huffygirl 2011)

 Another look from the inside out – looking out onto Argideen estuary.

© Huffygirl 2011

© Huffygirl 2011

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24 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Windows from the inside out

    • Hmm, maybe you better start writing Sandra. The monks in the abbey were thought to do some pretty heavy trading with the Spanish, because of their location on the estuary. Sure you could find some intrigue there.

    • I do think that Ireland, and in particular many of its ruins, are perhaps the most beautiful and interesting things I’ve photographed so far, and so different from home too.

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