Unexpected Windows

Some unexpected windows found on my travels.

An old door with an opening that frames a copper kettle in Den Gamle By, a recreated village set in different time periods in Aarhus, Denmark.An old door with an opening framing a copper kettle in Den Gamle By, recreated villages set in different times, in Aarhus, DenmarkSucculents frame a window frame in a garden in New Westminster, BC. Succulent frame a window in a garden in New Westminster, BCPierced window screen in the palace in Fatehpur Sikri, a town outside of Agra in India. The screens allowed the women of the harem to remain hidden while still being able to see outside.Pierced window screen in the mosque in Fatehpur Sikri, a town outside of Agra in IndiaA view of old buildings from a decorative arched window of the Palacio Postal (Main Post Office) in Mexico City. A view of old buildings from a decorative arched window of the Palacio Postal (Main Post Office) in Mexico CityWindows looking over the Kroller Muller Sculpture Garden near Utrecht in Holland.Windows looking over Kroller Muller Sculpture Garden near Utrecht in HollandA window at Fort Charles opens onto a tree in Kinsale, Ireland.Fort Charles window opens onto a tree in Kinsale, IrelandWindow into the world of the apsara dancers at Angkor Wat, Cambodia. 
window at Angkor Wat, CambodiaMore of Nancy Merrill’s Photo a Week Challenge: Unexpected Windows.

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