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𝔇𝔯 𝔈𝔪𝔪𝔞 𝔍. 𝔚𝔢𝔩𝔩𝔰 1h
First up for this week’s theme of , the East window with remains of medieval stained glass, including this rather miserable Sun, from the Church of St Peter and St Paul, Clare.
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Slightly off the theme of - this is Stonehenge (a place of devotion) at the moment of sunrise on Summer Solstice, 2010.
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Foxcubs playing in a relief on the font in Church of St. Thomas, Boston, Lincolnshire.
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𝔇𝔯 𝔈𝔪𝔪𝔞 𝔍. 𝔚𝔢𝔩𝔩𝔰 57m
Here we have a very interesting image: Lammas Eve at the manorial bakery. This is likely the only misericord in Britain depicting traditional Lammas baking and derives from St Mary's Church, Ripple.
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John Vigar Jun 12
Ticehurst, East Sussex, going to Hell in a handcart
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with beautiful, blue summer skies - from the the William Walker stained glass window in the Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church, Blackpool.
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Simon K 1h
Four seasons and the descent of the Holy Spirit, by Alan Younger, 1992, at Weldon, Northamptonshire. Summer's in there somewhere.
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𝔇𝔯 𝔈𝔪𝔪𝔞 𝔍. 𝔚𝔢𝔩𝔩𝔰 59m
The mid 13thC panel of farmers picking flowers from Sainte-Chapelle, Paris.
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Westminster Abbey 14m
Here's a little on this overcast day... This stained glass fragment shows a rather dazzling sun. And some peacock feathers around it.
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Ian Ebbage 36m
Exotic, if not necessarily "", a splendid parrot in the east window of Pembroke College Chapel Cambridge
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Ian Ebbage 36m
Summer flowers and ripening crops in the Labours of the Months window in :
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Ian Ebbage 50m
The blazing sun to give us in the surround to the altarpiece (by Gil de Siloe) of the Chapel of Santa Ana in Burgos Cathedral
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𝔇𝔯 𝔈𝔪𝔪𝔞 𝔍. 𝔚𝔢𝔩𝔩𝔰 56m
Finally for this week’s , the Sun window from the porch of St Mary's, Burnham Deepdale, known for the small figure in the top light and likely made to flank a Crucifixion scene. The sun is represented by a cherubim.
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B&W Thornton Jun 12
Stained glasss Fairford Gloucestershire
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Michel Wurtz Jun 12
St Andrew, Redbourne : The Day of Judgment on the east window, designed by Francis Danby and executed by William Collins in 1832
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Mike Critchlow 1h
For this amazing bench end carving that shows two birds feeding their young. (Choir stalls designed by JD Sedding - 1870s) Tideswell Church
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Ian Ebbage 48m
Sun-soaked colours of a French , in the by Georges Baillon in the church of Estaing in the
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Posy Hill 4h
Summer flowers in churches: Bryngwyn, Powys; Holme Lacy; Stoke Prior; and a little 17th century chap peeping out from behind the blooms on the altar, Whitney-on-Wye.
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Simon K 1h
'Summer: As sure as the sun rises he will appear' from the Four Seasons in Stowmarket parish church, Suffolk, by Helen Whittaker, 2005. The face is a self-portrait.
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B&W Thornton Jun 12
St Catherine Wormington, stained glass by Morris & Co. 1912 Gloucestershire
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