Sainte-Chapelle is known for its soaring windows of stained glass.
If you can tear yourself away from being transfixed by these walls of colored light, there are angels hiding in the shadows:
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12 thoughts on “Angels of Sainte-Chapelle”
That stained glass is so beautiful. Would you mind if I used that pic sometime as a featured photo of a post I haven’t written yet? I would give you full credit of course. It is so lovely that I could use it as inspiration.
I’d be happy for you to use my photo in one of your posts. The glass really seems impossible to be of this world, doesn’t it?!? I hope it inspires wonderful words to pour from your pen!
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It is inspiring! Thank you Janet. 🙂
You need to come see them someday. After Ireland, of course!
So beautiful! It’s so hard to know where to look in the place like this!
Ya know, I was so enthralled with all the wi dow i never even saw all these angels and figures. I wished i had. I am so glad you shared your photos!
It’s hard to take your eyes away from the glass to see anything else, for sure. Glad you enjoyed these.
Thanks for these beautiful photos, Janet. I love Ste. Chapelle and took dozens of pictures there. It’s gorgeous. Hope you’re doing well.
It would be easy to spend all day and all the gigabytes on my memory card shooting there. There are so many little nooks and crannies to explore with a camera. I am enjoying this long awaited and planned for trip to France, and I’m grateful to be here. Hope you have a bountiful autumn ahead of you!
Sainte Chapelle is such a beautiful place and your photos capture it so well. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks so much for reading my blog and leaving your comment. Ste. Chapelle is so wonderful. I’m glad you enjoyed this vicarious visit.
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