Cathedral Window Oct12 by melodylowes Emblazoned on cathedral wall, Artist’s hand in sponsor’s Hall Creates the leaded, crafted glass That deftly lets the sunlight pass Through shards of heavy tinted panes, But turns away the autumn rains. Share this:FacebookEmailPinterestTwitterLinkedInTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
The first word to come to my mind after reading this was … wow! So beautiful!
Blessings ~ Wendy
Very lovely, indeed, Melody.
OF course, I took the cue for this from our collaborative work – just a little different take on it. The idea of stained glass was your baby! 🙂
How quickly “old folks” forget! I should check my early posts, see if I’m unintentionally rewriting them! I so love stained glass windows–I’ll have to see if I can find one I bookmarked; I don’t recall the subject, but it was beautiful.
I’m pretty sure I’ve re-done topics – but if you find fresh voice and face for them, maybe the topic wasn’t finished yet, and needed more air time? 🙂
Oh, I LIKE that–you are good!!
So gorgeous and what a wonderful way of helping us look at our Fall! God bless you!
Wonderful composition of words and imagery. It goes to a different place.
Thank you! Nice to have you visiting…
Finally got to view this aside from all the wonderful comments. God the Creator, reflected on the Cathedral Window for all to see. Oh I can hear the angels’ glee.
Thanks you for the beautiful comment – love your thoughts on this!