St. George’s Chapel Windsor gleaming in sunlight this morning

February 17, 2008 at 11:08 am | Posted in Architecture, Beauty, Church, England, Late Gothic, Medieval, My photos, Nave, Photography, St. George's Chapel, Windsor, Windsor Castle | 2 Comments
South side of Nave of St. George’s Chapel Windsor Castle gleaming in morning sunlight 17 February 2008


Yes, I know I keep sharing photos of this chapel with you. Such a beautiful building it is, indeed, and the weather has been so glorious recently, that I cannot resist!

The choristers sang beautifully, as they always do, too …

Inside the Quire, special effects of red and purple light beamed onto the upper sections of dark, intricately carved wood of the north side Knights’ stalls, as the rising sun shone through the south side stained glass windows.

(Click to enlarge the image.)

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  1. It’s beautiful!

  2. Absolutely stunning!


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