Monday, December 19, 2016

Dazzling light in the l'Arche chapel

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When we get a rare winter day of sunlight at the Community of Grandchamp, the noon time rays come through the colored chapel windows in a dazzling way!


Come in, the door is open to l'Arche chapel.


The altar -- the beauty of simplicity.


Me pretending to be the Hebrew reader for the readings from the Prophets.


The wonderful old roof, I think from the 1700s!


I hope we have sun again soon . . .


Here is the building from the outside.
Long ago it was part of the Indiennes dyed fabric production.
(More about that later.)
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(Linking to inSPIREd Sunday.)
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7 comments:

Karl Demetz said...

Beautiful light effects !

Bill Nicholls said...

Very atmospheric

William Kendall said...

Pretty and peaceful.

Petrea Burchard said...

That's just beautiful!

Hels said...

Excellent. Do we know when the chapel was built, and for whom? You mentioned the roof's age.

Alice said...

Thank you Dina for the lovely post .

Kay said...

This is truly beautiful, Dina. I'm so glad you're having such a wonderful time. Happy Hanukkah!