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A clerestory is a series of windows high up in a space.  These can be a formal row, like in a cathedral, or a single, simple opening in the wall.  Clerestories are often confused with transoms.  Transoms are smaller windows stacked on top of other windows or doors.  In traditional buildings, transoms were operable allowing […]

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photos of old buildings in rural Boulder County including Joseph Cornell type box images, by Mark Gerwing

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photographs of the liminal space of windows in Italy – Venice, Tuscany, Radicondoli – by Mark Gerwing

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photographs of the landscape, urban and rural, from inside an apartment in Radicondoli, Italy by Mark Gerwing

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photographs of painted windows in stucco walls in Santa Fe, New Mexico, by Mark Gerwing

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