some definitions for you - courtesy of dictionary.com
(past participle of see)
1.to perceive with the eyes; look
2.to view; visit or attend as a
1.the place where some action or
2.any view or picture.
3.an incident or situation in real
4.an embarrassing outbreak or
display of anger, strong feeling,
or bad manners
I am Andrew Livelsberger and this blog site will house my personal project, "SCEENE IN WINDOWS".
What is SCEENE IN WINDOWS? It is an ongoing project where I find interesting scenes in windows or something that is actually seen in a window. SCEENE is a merging between the 2 scene/seen words.
This will not be an every day posting, as I will post whatever images I come across as I come across them.
I do not subscribe to a specific brand loyalty and will use any image capturing device I have with me at the time. This ranges from DSLR to mirrorless or cell phone. One of the most important lessons for image capturing is that it is about the photographer and not the gear. I also post process images to my liking in a way that I feel works well for the subject matter of the images.
Please come along with me on this journey and enjoy the SCEENE IN WiNDOWS project.
1.an opening in the wall of a building, the side of
a vehicle, etc., for the admission of air or light,
or both, commonly fitted with a frame in which
are set movable sashes containing panes of
2.such an opening with the frame, sashes, and
panes of glass, or any other device, by which it
3.the frame, sashes, and panes of glass, or the
like, intended to fit such an opening.
5.anything likened to a window in appearance or
function, as a transparent section in an
envelope, displaying the address.