Thursday, February 07, 2008

Door or Window?

17 comments:

Annie said...

Both, perhaps?

Jilly said...

Yes, a French windows, I'd think. Love it. The slats are much nearer together than the ones in France. Beautiful colour. Pretty ironwork too.

alice said...

Une porte-fenêtre, in French. A French window in English?

Olivier said...

je dirais une fenêtre, qui est fermée pour que l'on fasse la sieste ;o)

I would say a window, which is closed to make a nap ;o)

Peter said...

Can't you say doorwindow?

Jim said...

A big window/door on a balcony? It looks nice.

Andrea said...

I think it is a window. It is pretty

Chris said...

Lovely shot, Kate. I would guess that it's a door acting as a window at times. ;-)

Southern Heart said...

Whatever it is, it's charming!

oldmanlincoln said...

lt looks like a door to me. We used to have shutters like this on our front door. We had them for 40 years and then changed last year. I like your photo, Kate. It is hard to tell.

Fabrizio - ikol22 said...

Yes both and as Jilly and Alice said is a French window. Not going far: my home I have two :-)

zentmrs said...

Either way, I like it. I agree with Olivier - good to close for a nap!

Sailor Girl said...

It's a «Windoor»!!! Ah ah ah ah ah!!!!

marley said...

Its a door like window! Nice photo, like the shade of green.

Uma por Dia said...

Very common here too :)

Nikon said...

I have to go with French window.

Ming the Merciless said...

Ohhhh...I love this photo sooo much. I love the depth of field and the simplicity of the photo.

Great job, Kate.