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Sunday, 1 March 2009

Stained Glass Windows



March's Theme Day is "Glass" and today's photo shows some of the historic stained glass windows in Ashton's Parish Church.

The picture shows some of the eighteen panels of stained glass that depict the life of St Helena, and these are reckoned to be some of the finest examples of 15th century stained glass in England.

The glass was was re-located to its present positions when the outside of the church was re-built in the Victorian period.

Click here to view thumbnails for all participants in the "Glass" theme day.

Our usual Sunday Stroll will be back next week!

2 comments:

  1. Stained glass so beautifully preserved is in this day ang age somthing to be admired. Great angle with the light bouncing those droplets of colour on the wall.

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  2. I commend your creativeness and concepts with this etched glass door by taking simple to get materials. that is amazing! Hopefully, I will try this in my storeroom Doors for my room.

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