Windows

In case you haven’t noticed… windows are omnipresent. Depending where you are in relation to the window, they allow you to look outside or to peek inside, depending if the window is open, the crystal is clear and if there are no curtains or shutters blocking sight.

I’ve been fascinated with windows for a long time. I’ve photographed them wherever I go. They reflect the personality and taste of the dwellers, a desire to either showcase  something or to have privacy.

Windows represent the need to connect inner and outer spaces.

Sometimes exterior objects reflect on the glass and windows take the role of mirrors…

Windows are like magic holes through which our interior is illuminated. They are also a frontier between you and me and information can flow in or out the window.

Why do we cover or close windows? Why do I need to sometimes isolate myself?

Windows could display what we have to offer and sometimes they tell stories, they offer information.

There are welcoming windows, wide-open windows and windows behind bars! They keep secrets or reveal mysteries.

Here is a sample. Use your imagination and build a story for each one of them…

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Dr. Silvia Casabianca

Silvia Casabianca graduated and practiced as a medical doctor in Colombia and has a master degree in Art Therapy from Concordia University (Montreal). She is the director of Eyes Wide Open LLC, a wellness and awareness company based in North Naples, FL. where she has a private practice as a psychotherapist and Reiki Master. She has authored several books in Spanish and English, among them: "El Amor nos hace humanos," "Reiki for Kids," "Regaining Body Wisdom," "El Fin de la Enfermedad," "Stress Management for Massage Therapists" and "Integrated Stress Management for nurses." Her most recent work is EL AMOR NOS HACE HUMANOS - Del miedo a la solidaridad. Its English version almost ready for publishing. www.SilviaCasabianca.com

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