A Church Window

When you look at a church, I think one thing that probably may catch your eyes among many things about the church is church windows.  The designs or architectures of church windows have long history of how they (according to the wiki page I found) come about. They continue on with the tradition till today.

Church Window

This church window is from a very small church that I pass by daily.  The window follows the tradition. It is rather simple as the matter of fact. Yet, I think the simplicity in it is attractive.


51 thoughts on “A Church Window

  1. Iksa January 13, 2014 / 11:26 pm

    I love old church windows …


  2. cindy knoke January 14, 2014 / 1:54 am

    You have a Zen-like ability to cut to the core of things. To do a post that speaks volumes. Which is why my husband and I eagerly await each of your posts.
    We are both interested in you.
    Your photos kick butt.
    But you do more.
    You spend more time reading and responding to posts than any blogger I know. In essence, because you are not moivated by personal ego.
    In essence you rock your socks off.


    • YellowCable January 14, 2014 / 6:59 pm

      Thank you and your husband for following my blog and for those kind comments. I do love your lovely posts too!


  3. Gallivanta January 14, 2014 / 4:26 am

    It is beautiful. I love your gentle acknowledgement of its quiet beauty. It is good to know that this is one of the things you see on a daily basis.


    • YellowCable January 14, 2014 / 7:01 pm

      Thank you very much Gallivanta. I am so glad that you see its beauty as well 🙂


  4. mixedupmeme January 14, 2014 / 6:38 am

    The windows are beautiful both inside and out. When I used to go to church and if the sermon got a bit boring, I always looked at the windows. 🙂 I also thumbed through the hymnal.


    • YellowCable January 14, 2014 / 7:01 pm

      Thank you Meme. Ah, that is another goodness of church windows 😉


  5. nutsfortreasure January 14, 2014 / 6:22 pm

    Gorgeous Window! It is why I learned how to work with glass and lead. LOVE THEM!


    • YellowCable January 14, 2014 / 7:03 pm

      Thank you Eunice. You do strained glass too! That is so cool (you might have some blogs about this but I am sorry that I do not recall – my poor memory or getting old).


      • nutsfortreasure January 14, 2014 / 7:06 pm

        lol I too am old and no I probably have not done a show and tell but this spring with one arm I am determined to head back into the barn to create beautiful things 🙂 well if he can clear a path through all his stuff so I can get to my workshop 🙂 I promise to show you.


  6. Otto von Münchow January 14, 2014 / 10:14 pm

    Something both very simple and divine about the window. Very nicely captured.


  7. BeWithUs January 15, 2014 / 1:23 am

    Very beautiful! Love how the bushes and fences at the bottom part have brought out the brick background and the white window pane.

    Perfect elements all in a photo.

    Thank you so much for sharing~ Cheers!! 😀


    • YellowCable January 15, 2014 / 6:54 am

      You have good observation and eyes into the details. I love your analytic of this picture. Thank you very much 🙂


      • BeWithUs January 15, 2014 / 7:41 am

        You’re welcome, my friend! Thank you so much for your kind words in this reply as well!!

        Cheers! 😀


  8. ventisqueras January 15, 2014 / 8:59 pm

    la bellezza è la semplicità dello sguardo che fa pulsare il cuore, la bellezza è armonia, la vostra di un Poeta della fotografia
    grazie mille


  9. loralorapa January 18, 2014 / 6:14 am

    I love the church windows, it’s beautiful !!! ^^


  10. Andre T January 19, 2014 / 10:47 am

    its look colorfull and beautifull… really” nice 😀


  11. La petite lionne January 19, 2014 / 12:53 pm

    You take really beautiful pictures.
    I too like paying attention to details on buildings, including windows. I think there is a lot of beauty in old buildings, even if not restored.


    • YellowCable January 19, 2014 / 1:31 pm

      Thank you!! I agreed that there is a lot of beauty in old rundown buildings..


  12. Dilip January 23, 2014 / 10:00 am

    Intersting post and the Church window looks beautiful.
    Cheers 🙂


  13. Dina January 29, 2014 / 6:36 am

    Beautiful capture of a divine window. Well done.


  14. Miss Lou February 3, 2014 / 8:54 pm

    Its is beautiful and the reflections appearing in its surface give off a complexity to it. 🙂

    Which is kind of a contradiction, because the design itself in terms of church windows is particularly simple..

    Another #StunningCapture – you’re blessed to be walking passed it every day 🙂



    • YellowCable February 3, 2014 / 10:11 pm

      You are right that is a bit of contradiction.. That is a good observation. Thank you for the comments 🙂


  15. Harold Green February 5, 2014 / 10:19 pm

    You have captured this perfectly. The lines. The shapes. The stains. I just love church windows. Thanks.


    • YellowCable February 6, 2014 / 7:43 pm

      Thank you Harold. You are right. I like those attributes of the window too!


  16. SuzyHazelwood February 26, 2014 / 2:23 am

    Simplicity can be very attractive, that window certainly looks very attractive, and very clean cut too. Is it a new church?


    • YellowCable February 26, 2014 / 7:02 am

      That is not a new church. I believe it has been there for quite sometime. They are actually repairing the roof or something. Thank you.


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