Wednesday, November 18, 2009

st lukes window

Art is the window to one's soul

St Luke's Church

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10 comments:

GooseBreeder said...

You bet!Maybe because they say the eyes are and we perceive art through our eyes.

Char said...

beautiful find

Lew said...

Great set of posts with windows and doors, expecially the ones of the Greek and Serbian churches!

toby said...

SO pretty!

VioletSky said...

Goosebreeder: that could be one interpretation

Char: I had never really noticed this window before

Lew: thank you

Toby: the evening light was just right

Stine in Ontario said...

I really like the subtle colours o the glass. You captured it very well!

The Green Stone Woman said...

I always like photos of windows, even if they aren't stained glass. Just an ordinary kitchen window will do to. One with a soap bottle and a frilly curtain and a geranium on the windowsill.

VioletSky said...

Stine: yes, I was frantically trying to capture the bright subtleness before the sun set.

Nora: I would love to have a kitchen window to put a soap bottle and geranium on...

Sara said...

It's lovely. And the muted color palette gives an interesting and calm effect.

VioletSky said...

Sara: no clashing with the white clapboard, is there? it also makes you look closely to really see what is there.

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