My visit to Connecticut this past weekend included a stop at this church, where my friend Lauren had an errand to run. This is the church that Annie & Lauren belong to and l was glad to have been invited inside. Daryl and I made sure we had our cameras with us.
I love old buildings such as this, and a hallowed and hushed feeling came over me when I entered.
The leaded stained glass windows with their architectural detail are just so wonderful.
Inside, the choir is practicing which is just our luck, for it only added to the beauty.
Inside one of the little rooms hangs a beautiful and very very old tapestry. I had the 50mm lens on the camera, hence the close-ups.
I just love how this shot of a candlestick looks with its stained glass bokeh.
And speaking of stained glass. Be still my heart.
I can see why they love this old church so much. It just feels so darn good to be inside.
If that makes any sense.
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I am slowly but surely getting into the spirit of Christmas, and today my husband and I received a big beautiful potted poinsettia, the likes of which I’ve never had before. It was sent to us by a kind couple who I’m sure would wish to remain anonymous. So I’ll just say that it touched my heart and it looks beautiful in this old house.
Until tomorrow, my friends . . .