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Thursday, 16 June 2011

Stained Glass Windows.....



These beautiful windows grace the Holy Trinity Anglican Church
South Australia's oldest surviving church
The foundation stone being laid in 1838





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16 comments:

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Isn't it amazing how beautiful these windows still look after all that time, I know they probably have a bit of work now and then, but they look fantastic Dianne.

Andrew said...

The colours are very vivid. The windows would not date to the original building?

Dianne said...

Andrew:- I think you would be correct on that point - I just took the photo whilst there for a wedding.

Leif Hagen said...

Beautiful photos of those heavenly stained glass windows! Love 'em!

Rae Walter said...

Stunning photos Dianne

Craig said...

I'm amazed at the clarity of the images you captured Dianne!

Kay L. Davies said...

Beautiful photos.
Whether the photos are old, or newer, they're the kind I like, with cheerful images and bright colours.
— K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

jennyfreckles said...

They're beautiful, wonderful colours and lovely faces. They are quite similar in style to those in my church, which date to the 1920s.

Reader Wil said...

These photos are superb. They are really flawless. Thank you for sharing.

Gemma Wiseman said...

Wonderful rich colours in these windows! Love them!

And thank you so much for all your delightful comments on my Mornington Peninsula Daily blog!

Pierre BOYER said...

Superbe...

Pierre

cieldequimper said...

Beautiful craftsmanship.

Jack said...

These are wonderful. I don't know what it is about stained windows, but whenever I travel, I end up taking oodles of stained window pictures.

Joe said...

Congratulations Dianne. You have done a terrific job with these stained glass windows. Just perfect.

J Bar said...

This is so beautiful.

Pieces of Sunshine said...

Amazing photos of beautiful windows!

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