It seems the ones that call to me are the boarded up or empty ones though. I wonder what Dr. Freud would have to say about that?
Boarded up window in Silver City, New Mexico
Garage in a back lane in the Strathcona neighbourhood of Vancouver
Two views of empty windows in an abandoned dairy barn on Saltspring Island.
When we were in Italy in June I found myself taking lots of photos of windows in the old stone buildings. Most of the windows there have very interesting shutters or bars and there's often lovely strings of laundry to look at as well. These kind of windows always leave me guessing at what lies within.
This was taken in one of the villages at the Cinque Terre.
The view out our hotel room in Venice and a sunny window in Pietra Santa in Tuscany. These are more uplifting than the boarded up ones I think.
If you want to see more posts on photographing windows you can find them here.