Saturday, March 9, 2013

Would you prefer to sit by a window?


21 comments:

longbeachpeninsuladailyphoto said...

I really like this. The atmospheric lighting adds an air of mystery, like maybe the Godfather will walk in at any moment. Really nice shot, Lowell!

Linda said...

Very nice, Lowell!

My Maine Blog said...

Yup...most definitely I would prefer to sit by the window. I love lots of light...and this wouldn't by any chance be Olive Garden in Ocala would it? Or maybe Carraba's? It looks kind of familiar to me...like I've been there before.

Randy said...

I always prefer the window seat. Re: Arizona, yes I lived there from the time I was 6 until I moved here 5 years ago.

Kalyan P said...

simply beautifully captured shot...lovely!

cieldequimper said...

Absolutely. I like to look out at what's going on outside!

llandudnopictures said...

It all depends on what's on the other side, great shot!

Cezar and Léia said...

Always by the window... Since when I was a child and fought my brothers / cousins for that privileged position! :)
God bless you!
Cezar

SRQ said...

I have no concerns about anyone trying to snuff me out. Window seat, please!

crocrodyl said...

Yes:) So 'warm' place.

Birdman said...

A 'shady' character gets a window seat to eyeball his world?

Sharon said...

Absolutely, I'll chose the window seat every time.

Judy said...

A window seat is a must. Hmmm...is this at the Olive Garden? Maybe not, ours has very few window seats.

JM said...

Yes, always! :-)

RedPat said...

Always for me too!

EG CameraGirl said...

Yes, I would prefer to sit by a window.

Kay said...

Yes, please. Then I will wave with the regal hand as my subjects pass by and recognize me (that's how queens behave, you know).

Jack said...

Most of the time I would rather be outside. But, if I must be inside, a window is essential.

Pierre BOYER said...

I love this filtred light...

Pierre

Halcyon said...

I always like to be next to the window! I don't understand why some restaurants like to keep it so dark.

magiceye said...

Would love to! Thank you!

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