Saturday’s Featured Image

Earlier this month I shared images from an outing with Becky, a dear friend who also is a great photographer.  We found this beautiful stained glass window behind the outer glass facing an alley, which is obviously broken.  Don’t you just love the light captured in the colorful glass here? The craftsmanship of the stained glass is pretty amazing.  

I have scheduled this post to appear today, though I am out and enjoying time with my friend.  Here at Learning As I Go I will be doing all I can to take the weekends off from blogging, have some down time, and do what I can to create that precious time and space for what feeds my soul.  But while I’m out, I hope to share with you more of my ‘urban’ images that I have enjoyed taking this spring and summer….by scheduling a post as I did this one.

How about you? Are your summer weekend plans different than the rest of the year? Do you have something special in mind to help you get in touch with your creative self?  

Have a great weekend!

6 Replies to “Saturday’s Featured Image”

  1. what a great capture of beautiful stained glass. Yes, today I am off to the Farmer's Market in the morning and in the afternoon a Garden Art Festival at my favorite garden center. Good weekend!!

  2. What a beautiful stained glass! The colors are gorgeous.
    Since we just moved, our weekends are pretty packed with "projects". Today I finally put all our books in the shelves, and we built up one more shelf in the living room. BUT – I got up early and had a quiet hour in my new studio, and I painted – it was so wonderful!

  3. The richness of the colours is extraordinary. I like the metaphor of the light shining through in spite of the grit and grime of time, along with the idea that sometimes, hidden away, under layers of covering and time, great beauty is discovered..and enduring. Hope you've had a lovely weekend!

    1. Thanks, Juli, for your insightful comment! What you say is so true, layers of 'stuff' can hide the true beauty, whether in an object or in a person. Great food for thought…

      I'm hoping that I can be part of a group who is allowed inside that old building later this summer, so that we can see the entire window.

  4. This window is truly beautiful! It always makes me sad that old beautiful buildings are left in disrepair! Hope you get a chance to go inside! I'd love to see the full window!

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