Wanderings Of A Canadian Loon Through The National Capital And Beyond
What a charming small church. The windows are beautiful.I think it must be lovely to sit in there for awhile.cheers, parsnip
Amazing windows, beautiful church!
Lovely glass stained windows.
Such a beautiful church. The strained glass windows are gorgeous!"Upside down" sounds interesting theme. Looking forward to your photo :-)
Older church interiors are full of photographic opportunities.
such pretty windows.
I love the stonework on this church.
That's a nice chruch. I specailly like the façade and the stained glass windows.
@Parsnip: well, it's not that small, but certainly on a different scale than a basilica.@VP: it is!@Marleen: I was quite pleased by how the stained glass windows turned out.@Tamago: I have a couple of ideas, one of which involves flipping a couple of shots I took earlier in the month.@Beatrice: they certainly are.@Tex: most definitely!@Sharon: so do I. It's a frequent photographic opportunity for me.@Jan: it's quite an entrance!
Stained glass windows make me feel calm and safe.JanisGDP
Makes me wonder who decided on the colors and why. The work well with the structure, I think.
I love the stone, and your header is so nice, William. :)
Lovely church! Miss the tulips though!
This is very ornate inside but rather dark.
It looks quite lovely!
It's a gorgeous building. If I understand correctly (and I might not) the "United Church" is protestant but not Anglican, correct?
@Janis: thank you!@Revrunner: the glass in here is rather different from other churches, but I like it.@Jose: I quite agree!@Linda: with summer on us, it was time to change that.@Cheryl: I know, but I'm seasonal where header images are concerned.@Red: I chose to turn off the flash for all but the plaque shot. I wanted the emphasis on the windows, so the sanctuary ends up feeling a bit darker than it actually is.@RedPat: thank you!@Lowell: yes, it goes back to the 1920s- the Methodists, Congregationalists, and a number of Presbyterian churches came under one banner in Canada. The United Church of Canada is indeed Protestant.
Your header is so beautiful! Lovely Church. I too miss your tulips but all pretty tulips must come to a end.
A beautiful building William and I agree with Carolann about the header..
love the stain. very pretty ... enjoy your weekend! ( :hope you show more shots up and around where you header shot is located. please?
I nice new banner too.
Tasteful space. Great windows/color. And i Love your header, William ALOHA ComfortSpiral =^..^=
Beatiful and magnificent!
An impressive building. And the colours on the windows cast a wonderful play of light inside.
What a lovely old church!
Another place worth a return visit!(Love your new header!)
These churches are not only magnificent edifices but are places of serenity and reflection.
Neat! Love the stained glass.
Beautiful stained glass windows, not to mention the arches, gorgeous!
@Carolann: thanks!@Geoff: it was time.@Beth: I expect I will over the summer. It's Plaza Bridge on the Rideau Canal.@Birdman: thanks!@Cloudia: thank you!@Mari: I agree!@Gemma: they certainly do.@Norma: it is!@Kay: thanks!@Kate: they are.@Linda: so do I.@Grace: the arches really appeal to me.
I agree with Parsnip. The windows are lovely.
It's interesting how many people do stained glass work as a craft, hobby or artisan!
I really like the windows!