You might think that this is just a window with some curtains blowing in the breeze. It is a window, in the wall of a 100ft high 19th century glass making cone, and the curtains are made of glass, so they're certainly still, but if they were really they'd look full of life if it was windy enough!
This cone is the Red House Cone in Stourbridge, now a museum and visitor centre, celebrating 400 years of glassmaking in Stourbridge. Once there were dozens of these around the area; now there are only four in the whole country and this one is the most complete.
Needless to say, Stourbridge is very proud of it!
The glass curtains were made by Robyn Smith who studied in the area.