We are in the final stages of editing the Dish's View From Your Window book. In its proof stages, I have to say it has really taken me by surprise. Your photos have made the book into something much more than the sum of its parts, and much more than seeing just one each day in the middle of the blog. There's something oddly moving and gripping about all those windows - all those lives - spread across the pages in print. Yes: good old print. It can do things no blog can do, like juxtaposing on opposite pages window views that reflect and mirror and play off one another. There's also something quite wonderful, to my mind, about the new media returning in some innovative fashion to the old.

Anyway, this is a roundabout way of saying we couldn't make up our mind about what should actually be the cover-image. We came down to ten windows that could easily qualify - and so it seems only fitting that we give you, the readers who created the content for the book, the final call on the cover image. So we have a new poll.

You can can peruse the candidates and vote here. It closes Friday. Pick us the cover art.

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