Sunday, March 25, 2007

MATT'S VIEW The view from Matt's holiday window in Brampton Island, Whitsundays, Australia.
DANNY'S VIEWThe view from Danny's window in Fountain Inn, South Carolina, USA.

"I have been watching the views on your site for quite so time now and have finally gotten around to sending mine. I live on the edge of a small town and recently the land across from me was sold to a developer who is making a road in the forest and plans to build some houses along the road, progress, it sucks"

Thursday, March 22, 2007

JURAJ'S VIEWThe view from Juraj's window in Jakarta, Indonesia.

"This is view from my apartment in Jakarta where I live already more than 1 month. It was taken from my room at 33th floor"

Tuesday, March 20, 2007

FELIX'S VIEW The view from Felix's window in Cambridge, UK.

Taken in Cambridge UK on one of the few days of the year when it actually snowed. The picture was taken from the upstairs window of our house overlooking the common opposite"
ROD'S VIEW The view from Rod's window out of his own biplane over Ocras Island, Washington, USA.
ERIK'S VIEW The view from Erik's window in Bratislava, Slovakia.

"On the photos are my estate, Television tower Koliba and windy power stations in Austria, which is only 2 km from my house. The blog is amazing, so i want to join to it"

Tuesday, March 13, 2007

RAINER'S VIEW The view from Rainer's window in Teutoburger Platz, Berlin, Germany.
PAULINA'S VIEWThe view from Paulina's winodw in Berlin, Germany.

"The view is taken from Paulina's window in Berlin, Germany !!
Have fun and I like your site, it's a very good idea :-)"
JEFF'S VIEWThe view from Jeff's window in Rochdale, England.

"This view is looking down on the Town Hall in Rochdale, England it is taken from the 15th floor flat"

Monday, March 12, 2007


The view from Raspunicum's window in Pirna, Saxony, Germany.

"The photo was taken in june 27th, 2006. One can see the southwest part of the old town of pirna (the roofs). It was early afternoon when a heavy thunderstorm started (something special in that very hot summer). I caught the moment when the sky had just begun to turn black. in the gutter you can see the rain..."

Sunday, March 11, 2007

ROD'S VIEW The view from Rod's window in Orcas Island, Washington, USA.

"These were taken from our dining room (with the iMac on the table) and
living room during our November 06 snow storm. The water is Eastsound and the photos look west toward Turtleback mountain. We live on Orcas Island, in the San Juan Islands of Washington. I've enjoyed your blog photos. Nice concept. I have others at flickr under biplaneguy."

Thursday, March 08, 2007

THE BOOK Well, we have surpassed a collection of 100 views. In fact I think we are heading towards 1000+! 207 views have been included on the blog so far, and there are hundreds more sitting in my inbox waiting to be posted. Which they will be!

I have chosen to put together a book. A collection of 100 views. I will hand pick 100 views to be included in the book. I will of course get in touch with the individuals who sent in the views and get their permission.

I'm not sure how to work it yet. Should I self publish and sell the book over the net, or should I contact a publisher. Should I make it availble to 'everyone', or just print a private copy. What do you think? I'm not sure if anyone would be interested or not? Let me know what you think about the idea. Or if you have any suggestions throw them my way! Or... if you are a publisher or know of one, feel free to say hi.

Monday, March 05, 2007

REMY'S VIEW The views from Remy's window in Xalapa, Veracruz State, Mexico.

"I live in Xalapa, which is the capital city of Veracruz State in Mexico (the country that in the maps goes below the U.S.). My house is placed in a "oasis" sort of speak, because if you were flying you could see it´s sorrounded by the city, and yet is pretty much like living in the wild (on car the city is 5 minutes away), I guess that´s why my cat loves so much my window, is like a king enjoying the view of his kingdom.
There are two things why I like to live so much in here: on the day if the sky is clear you can see "Orizaba´s Peak" one of the highest mountain in the country, and by night you can spend hours laying in the grass watching the stars (and the ocassional UFO) without getting bored"
PETER'S VIEW The view from Peter's window in Zlaté Moravce, Slovakia.
GARY'S VIEW The view from Gary's window in Plymouth, Indiana, USA.

"This is the new view from my room a day after a winter storm. This is a view I look at everyday"

Sunday, March 04, 2007

GENARO'S VIEW The view from Genaro's window in Kremnica, Slovakia.

"Here is my view of my hometown"
PATRIZIA'S VIEW The view from Patrizia's window in Brighton, East Sussex, England.

"The first is the view from my living room window. I hate the windows, they are wooden, victorian, single-glazed and almost rotten. I don’t understand why English people don’t put proper windows in their houses.

The second is a view from my sleeping room. You can see my neighbour’s garden. He doesn’t really care about his garden. But I think he is nice, because sometimes I can hear him playing guitar and singing, so he must be nice. I put some food for the birds in front of my window, and on my days off I just love to watch them coming and eating the food. They always come at the same time. In the morning, lunchtime, and in the evening. They really make my day!"

ISA'S VIEW The view from Isa's window in Weimar, Germany.
"Das ist der Blick von meinem Zimmer aus hoch über der Stadt Weimar! Schöner kann man garnicht wohnen- ein Plätzchen zum träumen und philosphieren"
And my dodgey google translation:
"That is the view of my room from highly over the city Weimar! More beautifully one cannot dream"
The view from Jan's window in Beveren, Belgium.

"This is a view from the window in my conservatory this morning at 8.50"

KASIA'S VIEW The view from Kasia's window in Vancouver, BC, Canada.

"It's a picture from my window at work in downtown Vancouver.
Love your blog, what a brilliant idea. Seeing people's views from their windows feels so much more real than the usual travel photography"