Our tendency is to look through windows rather than at them. More than likely that’s because in our part of the UK the bland uPVC frame is the ubiquitous standard. Great for keeping out the weather perhaps, but not exactly what you’d call picturesque.
That’s probably why on a recent trip to the Greek island of Kefalonia we were struck by the rich variety of visually-pleasing fenestration. Comprising everything from pastel-shuttered pristine, through weathered rustic to post earthquake derelict, Kefalonia’s windows have the kind of aesthetic qualities that appeal to the artistic eye.
Here’s a selection of our pictures... available framed and unframed.