Photographer's Note

Again a capture from Sile. The window (on eye level) of one of those wonderfull old wooden houses of the region.
A famous Turkish architect used to say "Windows are open eyes of our houses" ! How rigth.

And here a poem of Lazhar Bouazzi about Windows

The first thing he saw early this morning
When he pulled back the light green curtains
Was a hectic blue 'n orange butterfly
Wavering in the fair sun of his garden -
'tween the enclosed well and the laurel tree.

On a sidewalk, red and radiant,
Strutted two maidens together,
A turquoise skirt wore the one,
A chocolate T-shirt the other.

Jubilant they were together,
As the cadence of their laughter
Waved in the air like Tunisian silk.

No harvest did his screen display today,
No mountain range did loom far in the distance;
All that was shown were a laughing sidewalk,
And a quivering sun in a small garden.

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