Tiffany windows part two

Tiffany Stained Glass Windows
Tiffany stained Glass Windows


Yesterday I promised to bring you some photos that showed what the Tiffany windows looked like from afar. As you can see, they are really stunning.


Laodicea and Smyrna
Laodicea and Smyrna


In this image, I composited my two favorites into a side by side image so that you could get a better idea of what they looked like. The Tiffany glass artists really lived up to their reputation of being the best in their field.

I am not a religious person. However, I really appreciate the art and music that religion has inspired in others. Stained glass windows happen to be a favorite. If you have some favorite stained glass windows, share them with us by providing a link in the comments.

Have a wonderful day.



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driving underground

During this trip to Seattle, I’ve driven through this tunnel on I-90 in both directions on three occasions. Each time, I thought…. Wow, what a classic photograph this would make. Unfortunately I had the thought too late to do anything about it. This time, I was ready.

The camera was on the seat next to me, ready to go. All I had to do was pick it up and snap off a few shots. It was that easy. I picked the best of them, made a few adjustments in post processing and presto…. I now have my very own version of a very iconic image.

Right now, I am feeling rather pleased with myself.


gas works park

Yesterday morning, I woke up early and drove in to Seattle to see the sunrise. I chose a spot called Gas Works Park. Several online well wishers had recommended the location.

They were right. I’ll share the view across the lake to Seattle tomorrow. Spectacular as the morning sky line was, the old gas works silhouetted against the morning sky was what had my attention. After the sun was up in the sky, I had breakfast that included homemade strawberry jam. Yummy! Then it was off to work for some fantastically creative meetings.