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Lovely. There is something special about stained glass.
Indeed. And this one is the East Window of St Andrew’s parish church in Farnham. The window was designed by none other than Augustus Pugin in 1851
One from this last week? I’m guessing – not.
You’re right…not. See my reply to Paol Soren
Ah! Thanks. Always good to know from whence your images came.
A rather grand set of stained glass windows 🙂
Indeed, and it was designed by Augustus Pugin in 1851
Very suitable for the theme, Sue. And an impressive window.
Best wishes, Pete.
What a beautiful photo of this special windows!
Many thanks, Amy. It was quite a sight.