Autumn song

Monday, May 19, 2008

A forgotten photo

I was going through pictures in the different folders found on my computer, when I ran across this picture.
I am fascinated by this stained glass window.
Most stained glass windows are constructed with colored glass and lead framing. But this one looks as if, hand painted and has the transparent feeling of a water color.
The window is in the church found on the campus of the Lutheran Seminary in Gettysburg. The students diffidently have a beautiful setting for their studies and meditations.

2 comments:

Mrs. Goodneedle said...

I love this window, it's gorgeous in its construction... Martin Luther pointing to the 95 theses which sparked the Protestant Reformation. This depiction of M.L. is similar in content to the one above the choir loft in our church.

Quilt Memories said...

Beautiful and Breathtaking