View from my window” can be interpreted in many ways, feel free to do that. If you love forex chaud and would like to write articles and have them edited by professional journalists, please visit our sponsor, Sportingo.
A panel of judges will determine the winner, if you would like to apply to be on one of the judging panels, email us. The view taken from my front window, I look at this view everyday, to me it seems very French. Taken from my living room window in Yorkton, Saskatchewan. I took it because the sky was unlike any I’d seen before. It was hailing only minutes earlier.
I took this picture from the window of my truck in the summer of 2006. I was passing by this fire as I was headed to my fire station so I could be sent back to this fire to fight it. Though it burned about 5000 acres, it sure did make for a pretty sunset! A photo of the sunrise from my apartment window. I may hate my apartment, but the view isn’t always all bad.
This is my Back Yard in Laveen Arizona. I took this picture to send to my family back home in New Hampshire to illustrate to them the difference in the Terrain here compared to the Terrain there. I love the desolate beauty of the Desert! I live and work in downtown Indianapolis, so Monument Circle is part of my everyday life, with the picture to the left being my view out of the nearest window. We were leaving Caracas on the way to the airport and I look out my window and see this! Once the shock subsides enough, I was able to put the window down, grab my camera, and snap these photos as we drove.
Almost out of my “office” window: for my work, I drive quite often from my home in Reno, Nevada, up to the Lake Tahoe area. Now, doesn’t it strike you as slightly odd to see a typical Mississippi-style steamboat on a lake at 6,229 feet altitude. This photo was taken from my vacation balcony in front of the Mediterranean Sea in Port Said, Egypt. I wanted a tangible memory of the peace that came to me from this view.