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photoblog image Images from a Cornish Churchyard (1)

Images from a Cornish Churchyard (1)

Through a glass darkly.............looking through one window to those on the far side

Images from a Cornish Churchyard (1)

Through a glass darkly.............looking through one window to those on the far side

comments (22)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 17 Jun 2019, 00:48
This works very well for me, Lisl.
Lisl: I am very pleased, Ray
Beautiful, and well seen, Lisl!
Lisl: Thank you, Elizabeth
On dirait que le vitrail est en cage.
Lisl: Yes, it does a it, Martine
What a pleasure to see you again, Lisl, I was wondering if everything was all right for you. Thank you for beautiful colours of the stained glass windows
Lisl: Thank you, Marie - I am fine - just took some time out whilst i was very busy
What a great way to view the stained glass, Lisl. And welcome back!!!
Lisl: Thank you so much on both counts, Ginnie.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 17 Jun 2019, 06:30
This is an absolute delight Lisl
Lisl: Thank you, Chris - I hoped it would work, and even after I had posted it I still had doubts, so you have been reassuring
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 17 Jun 2019, 06:36
I like this a lot, Lisl. Love your point of focus. Welcome back!!
Lisl: Thank you so much, Astrid, and for your welcome back
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 17 Jun 2019, 06:52
Fine that you are back on SC! And with such a wonderful photo of stained glass windows!
Lisl: I hope the out-of-focus worked for you, Philine, and thank you
Hum...magnifique idée et photo !!!
Lisl: Thank you, Claudine - I needed to show it to see if it worked!
I like this very much Lisl. Welcome back!
Lisl: Thank you Bill on both counts. It is good to be back with friends.
well seen this works well
Lisl: Thank you, Martin - I hoped it would be OK
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 17 Jun 2019, 08:47
Lovely! The age of leaadwork is clearly evident here; it looks quite crude. The opposite window provides a good backdrop.
Lisl: Thank you, Alan. This was taken at the ancient Church of St. Just in Roseland
  • jpla
  • Anjou
  • 17 Jun 2019, 09:11
Excellente prise
JP
Lisl: Many thanks, JP
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 17 Jun 2019, 10:57
This side must be the street side - why so many pieces are missing. Great effect.
Lisl: It's plain glass, Louis - not vandalism
I like this Lisl smile
Lisl: I am pleased you do, Martin
The small pieces of antique iced glass look wonderful and the lights behind enhance them. Welcome back.
Lisl: Thank you fop the welcome back, Mary. The light shining across the church looked good, so I thought I would try to capture it
What a brilliant idea, it works very well. It's nice to welcome you back to SC.after your break.
Lisl: Thank you kindly on both counts, Brian
  • Anne
  • United Kingdom
  • 17 Jun 2019, 14:02
It is good to have you back Lisl!

I love this picture, it is very effective.
Lisl: Thank you very much for both comments, Anne
There was no need for you to worry if this would work or not, Lisl. You've present an excellent and original image for us to enjoy. Wonderful to see you posting again.
Lisl: Thank you so much, Beverly - so kind.
Intriguing!
Lisl: Experimenting
a wonderful composition Lisl...
you always find new ways to photograph stained glass windows...
it's great to hear from you today....petersmile
Lisl: Thank you, Peter. It s good to be in contact again
Oh I like this Elisabeth, nicely done.
Lisl: Thank you, Frank - if you say it is OK then I feel OK about it

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