Friday, 26 February 2016


The Baptistry Window
Coventry Cathedral

I walked into Coventry Cathedral on Wednesday
and was astonished how the sunlight hit
the stained glass windows to my right.

I shared photos of this window two years ago and
feel it is 'ok' to show it again today.

I will show more of this window again next week.
For now, notice the man walking past the window on the left (below).
That will give you an idea of the size of this wall of light.

Yesterday, a kind neighbour of ours passed away and
I also learned of the tragic death of one of our
City Daily Photo family, Tina Forrester, and her husband.
It was a sad day.

For today, I would just like to say, 'Happy Birthday, Mom'.
Her middle name was 'Sunshine'.


RedPat said...

It's beautiful!
I'm still in shock about EG.

Lowell said...

That is one incredibly beautiful window! Take good care, my friend!

William Kendall said...

An amazing window- fitting to feature it under the circumstances.

cieldequimper said...

Like Lowell said, take care... Difficult days.

And the second shot: it looks a bit like a heart. Very fitting.

bill said...

Such a stunning beautiful window. It's a fitting tribute to a tragic situation.

Gunn said...

Very pretty!

Fun60 said...

It is one of the most beautiful modern cathedral windows and stunning when you see the sun shining through.

Jens Hamn said...

incredible colors and light on your photos ! Its very beautiful !!

Kate said...

When the light is right, stained glass windows give off a reverent glow.

Lois said...

The colors and light are beautiful. I'm so sorry to hear about your neighbor and I still can't believe the horrible news about Tina and her husband. Such a loss.

Cloudia said...

God Bless your Mom. And our Tina & husband.

That wall of light is consoling! Thank you, dear friend

Halcyon said...

That is beautiful! Love the colorful light.

Sharon Anck said...

That is a huge and very beautiful window.

Stewart M said...

That is a cracking shot! We also had a Victoria post box in the village I was born in - I wonder if it is still there?

Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Magnificent window Lauren, j'adore this angle with the sun shining through, incredible size! It was such a blow to hear about Tina and her husband and I'm so sorry about your neighbour, life can be very harsh.