Two American Windows Can you guess which window is in Cape May, New Jersey and which one is in Washington Crossing, Pennsylvania? For more window views, visit:
14 thoughts on “Two American Windows”
the top is PA
the shutters are Cape May
I can make a case for either way, I just remember lots of shutters in Cape May
they’re both really pretty
The top is Cape May. Fancy details.
Bottom is Washington Crossing, PA. Simpler lines and not as clean; Cape May is a wealthier area.
I like the clean lines of the top window! My guess is that the shutters are Cape May to protect the windows from storms.
I couldn’t tell which one is which, but I love your windows!!
I would put the shutters in Cape May as well. Both shots have a lot of character. If you want to wander down my road I’m home.
I am guessing that the photo with the window shutters are Cape May.
I never would have been able to guess…no experience on the East Coast! I do like the shades of blue in both photos.
I guessed correctly. Cape May’s homes are more victorian and the second one looks more early america–as would be fitting for Washington’s Crossing. Both pictures are nice.
Very good, Baila – many of Cape May’s homes were destroyed in a fire in the 1870’s, so many of the pretty homes one now sees there are from that post-fire period.
That was too easy for me. 🙂
I like both though.
Leora, I love colonial windows! And of course the colors white and wedgewood blue! 🙂
OK..and I didn’t look…Top is Cape May…