A detail of one of the magnificent stained glass windows, in the modern Coventry Cathedral, England, built following the destruction of the old Cathedral in World War 2.

This is one of the Nave windows. The ten windows were designed and executed by a team of artists led by Lawrence Stanley Lee. He, Geoffrey Clarke and Keith New designed three windows each, with the tenth being a collaboration. Lawrence Lee’s were the two red windows (opposite sides of the nave) and the gold window on the right as you look towards the front of the cathedral (and the old cathedral). You can read more about these windows here.

Camera: Canon EOS 20D

Comments

  • John Dalkin
    John Dalkinalmost 4 years ago

  • David Davies
    David Daviesalmost 4 years ago

    Well done, John; very well composed.

  • DLKeur
    DLKeuralmost 4 years ago

    Bold and beautiful with mystique imbued.

  • Ryan Davison Crisp
    Ryan Davison C...almost 4 years ago

    excellent work, I like it

  • Esperanza Gallego
    Esperanza Gallegoover 3 years ago

  • Many thanks for the feature

    – John Dalkin

  • Mary Sedici
    Mary Sediciover 3 years ago


    SEPTEMBER 8th, 2011
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    Mary

  • Many thanks for the feature Mary !

    – John Dalkin

  • laruecherie
    laruecherieover 3 years ago

  • Thank you for the group feature !

    – John Dalkin

  • RobynLee
    RobynLeeover 3 years ago

  • Many thanks Robyn, for the group feature

    – John Dalkin

  • Alberto  DeJesus
    Alberto DeJesusover 3 years ago

    beautiful capture!

  • Angelika  Vogel
    Angelika Vogel6 months ago

    I like your abstract portfolio very much!! This one is wonderful!! Have you seen Gaudi’s work of art in Barcelona? It is absolutely stunning to take photos there.

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