Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Stained Glass Craftmanship And Nature

The main entrance inside the Museum of Nature has stained glass depictions of nature above each of the doors. I have shown you one such example before. This one is from the westernmost door. I have to get in here again sometime soon. The last time I was inside was Canada Day, and it was insanely busy. I have to take you on a proper tour of the galleries.


39 comments:

  1. The glass and the stone make for a wonderful combination.

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  2. Sounds like an interesting museum

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  3. Seem to remember some of i=our museums have stained glass windows in as well

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  4. Stone and stained glass--could anything be better?

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  5. They always make a building very attractive.

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  6. Stained glass is always attractive, as also said above.

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  7. I had to 'bigify' the pic to see the detail. Birds ! How lovely is that?!
    Jane x

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  8. @Stuart: I've always thought so.

    @Jen: thank you.

    @Peter: it is.

    @Halcyon: thanks!

    @Bill: they're a nice touch in this museum.

    @Revrunner: I quite agree.

    @Marianne: they do.

    @Mike: thank you!

    @Karl: I've always found it pretty in buildings.

    @Jane and Chris: and quite appropriate given the building's contents.

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  9. pretty! it almost reminded me of cherries on a slot machine, though. :)

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  10. I hope to visit your blog when you are showing more details of those windows, because they must be wonderful, I think.

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  11. Beautiful! I would love to see more of this building.

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  12. I look forward to seeing what you photograph inside the Museum of Nature!

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  13. Please be back there for us!

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  14. What a very pretty window William.. yes you will have to go back :)

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  15. That looks lovely! I am very fond of stained glass windows and the stories they tell.

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  16. @Whisk: thanks!

    @Tex: I can see that!

    @Jan: I'm a sucker for stained glass.

    @Judy: it's a building with so much character.

    @Sharon: I've always been fond of those windows.

    @EG: I just have to choose the right time.

    @VP: I will!

    @Grace: it's on my list of things to do.

    @Denise: there's such artistry that goes into them.

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  17. Beautiful stained glass. Such an artistry. My Mother did some beautiful stained glass. Lots of front door panels in and around Seattle. She had the touch. My brother played in a rock band back in the day--She made a window of him playing. I'll have to find it. MB

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  18. Nice shot and looking forward to seeing more!

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  19. So beautiful, great art and the best is when it is illuminated by the light.

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  20. I'm a sucker for stained glass too. Wouldn't mind having these at home!

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  21. Very beautiful. It's nice to see them somewhere else than a church.

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  22. It's always nice to see stained glass!

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  23. Very pretty! I love seeing those birds in the stained glass.

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  24. @MB: if you find it, you'll have to photograph it for your blog.

    @Eve: thank you!

    @Bill: these get their direct sun in the mid afternoon.

    @Ciel: you wouldn't be the only one!

    @Marleen: it's a different kind of location, but I like it.

    @RedPat: it is, yes.s

    @Lois: there's a whole gallery dedicated to birds inside.

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  25. You sure do have a lot of beautiful architecture up there!

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  26. gorgeous - always a fan of any kind of stain glass. ( :

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  27. Looking forward to taking the tour of the galleries.

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  28. A stained glass tour would be a delight.

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