Some stained glass with a different history…these complex, dark panes were made with fragments of stained glass from the bombed out cathedrals of Northern France after the First World War. These windows are in the abbey at Fontfroide (near Narbonne in southern France) in the monks quarters:
Linked to One Word Sunday at Debbie’s here
How very beautiful, Sue. Triumph over adversity.
Great memories for me too! Thanks!
Ah, of course, you would have visited Fontfroide. A most interesting place
https://margaret21.com/2009/12/16/a-visit-to-fontfroide/. I have no idea what’s happened to some of the pics.
Ah, thank you…a good history lesson
Moving images on glass, and nicely photographed, Sue. I have been to Narbonne, but don’t remember seeing this.
Best wishes, Pete.
The abbey is about 10miles away, Pete
Ah, that explains it. Thanks, Sue.