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Sunday, July 13, 2008

East Window

Hyde Chapel was possibly the first nonconformist chapel to be built to resemble a traditional parish church.

One way it differed was in the internal arrangements of the various parts. In a conventional Anglican church the chancel and main window are in the West. Here it is the East Window.

This is not the original window but one erected in 1917 to commemorate the 50th year of the ministry of Henry Enfield Dowson.


American Fork said...

Exquisite! A fantastic window, very interesting to look at.

marley said...

Delightful window. I love stained glass.

Kelly said...

This is beautiful, Gerald! You captured it perfectly!

Pietro said...

Wonderful picture and very interesting blog!
Thanks for your kind comment on my Sky Watch.

Anonymous said...

Hello Gerald,

This is a magnificent portrait of a window the likes of which I have never seen before. Wow. It is impressive indeed.

Your 34th anniversary is just one step and before you know it the numbers will switch to 43 and then add ten for 53 for you too.

Thank you for visiting my blog today and for your comment there.

Thanks again.

Abraham Lincoln
Brookville, Ohio

Rose said...

Wow! That is one beautiful window. It looks huge--is it?

alicesg said...

The stained glass is so beautiful.

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