Tuesday, 13 December 2016

Windows on Life

A beautiful aspect of the of hills and woodland is glanced through the window's of St Bega's Church in Eskdale Green. Originally built as a chapel of ease in the 19th Century generations will have gazed on the seasons changing from the church seats.
At Colton Church (Holy Trinity) the words of the Psalm 150 greet one coming though the door, which urges the congregation to praise God with singing and dancing.
Windows of a more practical nature in a Signal Box when alert eyes are needed to keep the trains safe and I'm taking the picture through the train window as it slowed down.

Even more windows at the Bluecoat Art Centre, originally built as a school in 1717.

I've got a double here as there are not only window but also a yellow poster advert for WT Windowstore in one of them. I think they were doing some renovation at the this, the old British and Foreign Marine Insurance building in Liverpool. To be honest I was more interested in the building's mosaics which can be seen in more detail here 

An entry to ABC Wednesday, a journey through the alphabet, this week sojourning at W here

7 comments:

Melody Steenkamp said...

beautiful photo's.... and yes windows....the doorway to another world... always intriguing aren't they?

Have a nice ABC-Wednesday / _ Week
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Amit Agarwal said...

Wondrous Windows! Loved them all:)

Roger Owen Green said...

let there be light!
ROG, ABCW

carol l mckenna said...

Wonderful selection of window photography ~ thanks,

Wishing you peace in your week ~ ^_^

Leslie: said...

LOVE all these windows! I can imagine sitting in a service at those churches and seeing God's glory outside.

Leslie
abcw team

Powell River Books said...

I like the signal box picture. It looks like a short control tower at an airport. - Margy

Su-sieee! Mac said...

A perfect title for your great post.