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A window In Time

By Alandyv8
Stained glass window in the tiny St. Giles Church in the village of Heightington in Worcestershire. A fabulous little church dating back to 1325 though sadly showing signs that it may well have seen better days.

Tags: Light Church Window Architecture Interior Worcestershire Decay Saint Chapel Stained glass

Voters: RonnieAG, cirrusminor, morpheus1955 and 5 more

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RonnieAG Plus
6 153 116 Scotland
30 May 2011 12:39AM
You have done a great job in capturing the stained glass so well, Mike, not always easy to get right. The bank of trees in the b/g has helped to avoid blowing out the highlights in the lower parts of the windows.
So sad to see the deterioration you mention.

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Alandyv8 5 2 1
30 May 2011 9:10AM
Thank you Ronnie, I had to loose a little detail in the top half of the glass in order to get some detail of the interior as I really wanted to show the sad signs of neglect. It is a fantastic little church that his almost hidden from the road and would be so easy to just drive past without seeing it but it's worth the stop.
Mynett 8 142 6 United Kingdom
30 May 2011 9:14AM
very well exposed to get the detail of the stained glass as well as all the artifacts on the window sill in detail.

Alandyv8 5 2 1
9 Jun 2011 10:20AM
Thank you Mynett Smile

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