What's out the window?

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enigma444444

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Just curious about the environment everyone lives in so just take peek outside the nearest window and tell what's the first thing that comes into sight. Right now at 3:42 P.M. I see my peach tree swaying in the wind. With that I think you all can figurre out the rest of my suroundings with just that.

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If I look out the nearest window (I'm at work at the moment, it's just gone 9am in Australia), all's I see is a concrete wall and a bit of blue sky. Enigma444444 your view sounds so much prettier than mine.

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  • Aug 23, 2004

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Quote by thelunarmageIf I look out the nearest window (I'm at work at the moment, it's just gone 9am in Australia), all's I see is a concrete wall and a bit of blue sky. Enigma444444 your view sounds so much prettier than mine.

Don't get down if your suroundings are a bit bleak try to look at things in a different perspective and you might see something amazing in that wall. Trust me on this one, I've been looking at the ceiling of my classes for days and there's always something different about it everyday; it's facinating in a way

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outside my window (at 7:13 p.m; sun setting) is my 10 acre field with freshly bailed hay on it, also about 100 yards futher is the wood line to our woods wich the sun is glaring of the trees. I also see my horse grazing in the pin.

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Quote by Rageoutside my window (at 7:13 p.m; sun setting) is my 10 acre field with freshly bailed hay on it, also about 100 yards futher is the wood line to our woods wich the sun is glaring of the trees. I also see my horse grazing in the pin.

It's just amazing how when you look out a window someone else at the same moment, possibly in another time zone is doing the same thing from rural to urban areas its these little things in life thats so simplistic yet intriging. By the way, its 5:19 P.M. here on the California coast and the sun is setting here but rising to thelunarmage in Australia...

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i'm sitting in my office now and the only reason i have to look out my window is to check if it's raining :p

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mountains.

  • Aug 24, 2004

enigma444444

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Whoa, office people like asuk and thelunarmage really don't get a good view do they.....I wonder if that's some sort of policy....

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Nighttime, and there's nothing but woods around me.

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  • Aug 24, 2004

ChaosZero

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Let's see. There's black. More black. There's also plenty of lights now. I see the outlines of trees and roses. I see houses. The sky is black but it has a red tint on it. Kind of like it's night but there's still a little speck of sunset there.

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  • Aug 24, 2004

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Quote by IchirouNighttime, and there's nothing but woods around me.

Nice I've never seen a house completely in the woods before. Heh I live in a small quite neighborhood nothing special there.....

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Out my window is the side of another house. We have small yards in the city......

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  • Aug 24, 2004
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houses in the woods are nice, but it can be rather spooky sometimes when you hear stuff in your backyard or in the distances.

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  • Aug 24, 2004

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Quote by ChaosZeroLet's see. There's black. More black. There's also plenty of lights now. I see the outlines of trees and roses. I see houses. The sky is black but it has a red tint on it. Kind of like it's night but there's still a little speck of sunset there.


Quote by gigahertzOut my window is the side of another house. We have small yards in the city......

Interesting, night life is quite boring where you guys live...ok where I live too unless of course its a good thing to have that sense of peacifulness around....

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MysticWolfAngel

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I see mountains, bushes and trees. Also I see a storm coming.

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  • Aug 24, 2004

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Quote by Ichirouhouses in the woods are nice, but it can be rather spooky sometimes when you hear stuff in your backyard or in the distances.

Well that's certainly true I guess all people are afraid of what they don't know the great unkown and all that

Quote by MysticWolfAngelI see mountains, bushes and trees. Also I see a storm coming.

This seems like a nice place, everthing an ecologist dreams to study in excluding the storm that is ^_^'

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MysticWolfAngel

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Quote by Ichirouhouses in the woods are nice, but it can be rather spooky sometimes when you hear stuff in your backyard or in the distances.


Well that's certainly true I guess all people are afraid of what they don't know the great unkown and all that

Quote by MysticWolfAngelI see mountains, bushes and trees. Also I see a storm coming.


This seems like a nice place, everthing an ecologist dreams to study in excluding the storm that is ^_^'


I usually sit outside and paint everything I see...Or try to anyway. ^_^;

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  • Aug 24, 2004

AkinaSpirit

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hmm 12 midnight ~ I see a dark sky on a very quiet street....

enigma444444

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Quote by AkinaSpirithmm 12 midnight ~ I see a dark sky on a very quiet street....


Oh thats quite nice, similar to my quite neighborhood. Now its 4:08 P.M. and the sun isn't setting yet so no long shadow and for now I see my neighbor's Red Toyota and green Jeep across the street from here. It's always kinda quite around here...

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