Friday, February 18, 2011

A different kind of colored glass window

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Faint reflections on the side of one window and spots of light coming from the other window.
In Jerusalem's round Ethiopian Church, the one we have been exploring in the last three posts.
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Shabbat shalom.
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19 comments:

L. D. Burgus said...

They both are beautiful in their own right. I like the light shinning through all the colored glass shapes.

Pat Tillett said...

Very nice! The different styles of window and the reflection caused by each is very interesting.

Malyss said...

Clouds of colors!

Karen said...

Oh lovely.

James said...

I like the beauty and the contrast of the windows. Great shot!

JM said...

The left window is really cool.

DawnTreader said...

Charming. I like that you caught two different ones in the same shot.
Here is my Weekend Reflection Beyond the Lone Islands

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

I like the contrast between the regular window and the other with the colored glass.

cieldequimper said...

I wouldn't mind sitting there for a while to muse.

Francisca said...

Interesting that there would be two such different windows side by side in this Ethiopian Church... each producing a very different reflection. Dina, I did follow through on the corrected link... always fascinating to see other culture's folk art!

Robin said...

Very pretty.

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Rayna Eliana said...

Beautiful!

Shabbat Shalom!

Winchester Daily Photos said...

lovely simple windows

Leif Hagen said...

Let the sun shine in, I say!
Happy weekend

Kay said...

How interesting that they would have two different kinds of windows right next to each other.

jeannette said...

Yes, love the contrasts of these two windows -great capture, Denise!

cieldequimper said...

Kindle? Whazzat?

Lol. No way! I'm sticking with paper, I'm old enough to have earned that privilege.

VP said...

Vague lights and shadows...

Pietro said...

I find these kind of windows always so fascinating.