Rose Window Stained Glass by phil decocco

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St. Vitus Cathedral,an important church in Prague’s history, begun in the mid fourteenth century, has a gorgeous leaded, stained glass Rose window designed by Franticek Kysela in the 1920s. One of the Czech Republic’s beautiful cathedrals.

Canon EOS 1DS Mark III
1/125 sec
ISO 1600
focal length 65mm
28-300mm glass
hand held


st vitus, cathedral, czech republic, prague, rose window, stained, leaded glass

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Oscar Wilde

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  • GeorgiaPoetry
    GeorgiaPoetryabout 1 year ago

    Love the colors

  • georgia
    many thanks for your note. Glad you liked this one!

    – phil decocco

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