For our third halfhalf, we combined windows from two different sides of the world, Vermont and Prague.

I had been visiting my cousin in Montpelier, the capital city of the state of Vermont. Montpelier is an adorable town with lots of old brick architecture and charming buildings. It’s funny, but you never realize how different windows can be from one country or region to another until you put photos of windows right up against each other. Dan had been in Prague earlier that summer and took a photo of windows there, which are, I suppose, in Czech style, as they have small panes and don’t have A/C units in the bottom half of the window like we do in the US when there’s no central air conditioning.

We matched up these windows and that’s how we got halfhalf #3.

Red building taken by Becca in Montpelier

Red building taken by Becca in Montpelier

White building taken by Dan in Prague

White building taken by Dan in Prague


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