Weekly Photo Challenge: Window

It was a real challenge for me to find a good photo to capture this week’s theme of The Daily Post. Browsing through my hard drive, all I have are aerial window shots from the airplane or windows from houses in the background. Never did I intend to take a photo of just a window! It’s amazing to think how one simple subject can be so strong, that it can mean more than the 100 photos I took.

By the way, this photo was taken by a good friend of mine, Darika, when we went to Ilocos last year. Don’t worry, I did ask her permission to have this edited and posted on my blog. 

I simply love how this shot reminds me of one simple thing – TRUE LOVE. Along with the window and the two rocking chairs before it, these symbolize love surpassing time and age – that true love means building a future with someone who’s going to be there with you along the way.

Wouldn’t it be wonderful to have someone with you til you get old? :)

So, what’s the story of your window? Don’t forget to check out other photos from this post.

That’s it for now. <3 always, Irene

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