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Window Photograph - Broken Windows In The Snow by Sharon Costa

Broken Windows In The Snow is a photograph by Sharon Costa which was uploaded on December 31st, 2012.

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Thank you Lois, and yes, it did make my imagination wander. I stopped to view this a few days later without the snow, and it was just ugly! How magical the snow makes everything!

Fascinating image, Sharon ... this is one of those amazing images that picks away at the viewer's imagination ... so many stories to be told!!! f/v

Thank you so much for featuring 'Broken Windows In The Snow' in the "In Between' Group! I really appreciate it!

Thank You, Joyce & Jon. Much appreciated!

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I love the peaceful contrast of the snow against rugged, brokeness of the building. It reminds me of the brokeness that we sometimes feel in our hurts and the peaceful healing we receive in the quiet, stillness of our time alone.

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