Wednesday, January 31, 2007

WALLY'S VIEW The view from Wally's window in Omaha, Nebraska, USA.

"Here is a view from my window taken 1/21/07 about 5 pm"
THOMAS' VIEW The view from Thomas' window in Bratislava, Slovakia.

"I have many photo view from my window. I send few to you"

Tuesday, January 30, 2007

LUKAS' VIEWThe view from Lukas' window in Bratislava, Slovakia.

"This photo is taken from my balcony in Bratislava,Slovak Republic. There was a powerful storm that day in that part of my hometown but when the rain stopped I had this marvelous view.
I hope you'll enjoy as much as I did taking it"

The view from Andrej's window in Detva, Slovakia.

"This view can be seen from my window situated in Detva. The town of Detva is located approximately in the middle of Slovakia, small country of Central Europe. On the background there is a mountain, which is the largest volcano of Central Europe at all. It is called Polana"

The view from Gary's window in Portland, Oregon, USA.

"This is the view from my kitchen window looking west towards the Coast Range Mountains"

DANIEL'S VIEWThe view from Daniel's window in Berlin, Germany.

Wednesday, January 24, 2007

RENE'S VIEWThe view from Rene's window in he industry zone of Bratislava, Slovakia.

"This is the view from my office vindow situated in the industry zone of Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia"
CAROL'S VIEW The view from carol's window in Salt Lake City, Utah.

"Now that it's the coldest and snowiest part of winter,.. I look at this picture of the hibiscus tree blooming outside of my window and look forward to spring"

Sunday, January 21, 2007

JANA'S VIEW The view from Jana Imrichova's window in Svit, Slovakia.

"My 'window view' was taken from a small town Svit in Slovakia, under High
Tatras, where I have been living all my life. For people who live here all their lives, this view is nothing special, but for some not local inhabitants it could be touch of beauty"
CARINE'S VIEW The view from Carine's window in Lokeren, Belgium.

"Here is my picture from Belgium (Lokeren) our garden where my husband is building his own, mini-train-world!
We haven't work anymore to lawn the grass, we can enjoy everyday passing trains near our feets"
EVA'S VIEW The view from Eva's window in Bratislava, Slovakia.
"The first one is my office view- situated in the centre of bratislava, the capital of slovakia."

Wednesday, January 17, 2007

DIRK'S VIEW The view from Dirk Kirchberg's window in Hanover, North Germany.

"Two minutes away from my apartment lies the Eilenriede, our inner city forest, where you can walk for hours. To give you an idea of its size: It's almost twice as big as Central Park. And if you don't feel like forest, you can relax and the Lake Masch, which lies five minutes away from downtown Hanover"
SUMO'S VIEW The view from Sumo's window in Gracia, Barcelona, Spain.
"You see the Andes around Cusco, the most famous city of Peru, out of a train"

"A view out of the hotel-window in La Paz somewhere in october this year when I was travelling with my peruvian boy-friend through south Peru and also a piece of Bolivia. La Paz is a terrific city and special for his place, high in the altiplano and surrounded by more higher peaks of the Andes"
The view from Clare's window in Lobley Hill, Gateshead Newcastle, UK.

JIM'S VIEWThe view from Jim's window over river Lea, Lee Valley, East London.

"My view is one I've had since the end of summer 2006, so I've been able to watch the trees shed their leaves and the skies change through the seasons. This is great as the view from my last two windows were a wall, and a wall (albeit with a bit of parkland visible over the top) so seeing the river Lea in Lee Valley, East London (on the edge of the Olympic zone) every day is a real treat. So much so that I'm beginning to wish I worked from home again. The best bit has to be seeing the rowing club every Saturday and Sunday exercising. The girls wear such wickedly long sports socks"

Monday, January 15, 2007

FERNANDA'S VIEW The view from Fernanda's window in Vila Velha, Espírito Santo, Brazil.

"I have the most amazing view from my window, and here it is! I live in a city called Vila Velha, wich is realy close to the capital of my state (Vitória is the capital of Espírito Santo - and Espírito Santo means "holy spirit"). These two cities are kind of like twins, really really close to each other, there's only a bridge of 3.5km between them. And my house is in Vila Velha, but when in frnt of my window what we see is Vitória! It's really amazin, you're in a city and get to see another city landscape! I hope you like it, and come visit Brazil someday cause it's really an amazing place to see!"
INGO'S VIEW The view from Ingo's window in Bielefeld, Germany.
SAM'S VIEW The view from Sam's window in The Parker-Meridien Hotel, New York City, USA.

"Snapped on a brilliant June day this year, it looks north towards Central Park. For me, it's one of the most inviting views around and has me feeling "at home" even if I am not actually "at home."

Friday, January 12, 2007

DAN'S VIEW The view from Dan's window on Cleveland Street. London, UK.

"This is the view down Cleveland Street in London at 8am this morning. The
building on the left has 24 cable TV studios in it: taxi's come to collect the stars of late night quiz shows at 3am in the morning, and leave their car engines running whislt they wait. It makes my windows vibrate loudly, and me curse quietly!"

"Love this blog, it's great to see the many different views you can wake up
to and it's a nice gentle reminder that there's always a different perspective - only wish I could add a more interesting view!"

Wednesday, January 10, 2007

KENT'S VIEW The view from Kent's work window in Sydney, Australia.

"Just got the windows cleaned so I took a pic out of them!"
PIERRE'S VIEW The view from Pierre Schoons' window in Denderhoutem, Belgium.
AMY'S VIEW The view from Amy's window in Silver Lake, Los Angeles, USA.

"I'm lucky enough to have floor to see ceiling glass doors as my 'windows' in my main room. I live on a hillside in the Silver Lake section of Los Angeles and my view is straight across to the Franklin Hills. Off to the right above the tree tops are the San Gabriel mountains. I love my view. Its one of the things I'll miss most when I leave California"

Monday, January 08, 2007

POLLARD'S VIEW The view from Pollard's window in Bristol, UK.

"Great idea hope it continues on merrily. I view every time I'm in the ether. Kind of addictive is'nt it? Attached please find a view taken from the window of my S.U.V. about 10:30PM. At The Bristol Balloon Festival in England. I find it 'energetic, atmospheric and powerfully energising' "

The view from Linda's windows in California.
"From the balcony of my apartment in San Mateo, CA. It was taken at dawn on 12/8/06 when we were having a gorgeous sunrise""The other was taken the Sunday after Thanksgiving from the car window on a drive down I-5 from Oregon to California crossing the Siskiyou Pass during a storm. This was the same storm that stranded the family up on a mountain pass to the west of there for more than a week"
PAUL'S VIEWThe view from Paul's window in New York City, USA.

"This view is from our living room window overlooking the 59 Street Bridge Plaza in New York City taken on Christmas Eve in 2006. You can see the Roosevelt Island cable car with it’s holiday decoration"

Wednesday, January 03, 2007

PAUL'S NYE VIEW The view from Paul's window on new years eve in London, UK.

"Riddled with colds we spent the evening in. At midnight we watched the fireworks across London from our lounge window - a pretty spectacular site. And I checked my phone for the hundreds of adoring messages I always get. I also phoned my best friend Mark; we do this every year, realise we have nothing to say to each other, and agree to speak at a later date. It's a solid tradition"

Tuesday, January 02, 2007

KAREN'S VIEW The view from Karen's boat window in Tubattaha, Philippines.

"I would like to share my view when I went to Tubattaha. It is located along Sulu Sea within the Philippines Area of Responsibility. I was able to visit a Ranger Station who guards the protected Marine Sanctuary. On the lone sand bar are seabirds ready to take flight. One of the most beautiful scenes that day after a very colorful dive"
ADRIANA'S VIEW The view from Adriana's window in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.

"A view from my dorm at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) of another dorm. I like to think of it as a space waffle; each window is about 1ft x 1ft, and an average room will have between 9 to 12 windows. This picture was taken just after dawn when the sunlight reflects off the metal exterior of the building"
ANGELI'S VIEW The view from Angeli's window in Manila, Philippines.

"This is view from my apartment window. My window faces the east so I see the sunrise. I'm a night person, so I don't see much of the sunrise -- but this time I did catch this magical hour when I got home from a night out"
SIMON'S VIEW The changing view from Simon's office window in Brussels, Belgium.

"I started a new job in January 2006, and the first picture is of the view from my office, looking out over the Parc du Cinquantenaire in central Brussels, Belgium. Then in June our offices moved to a suburb out near the airport, so the second picture is from my current office window. I know which I prefer..."