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    Our Lady's Eldon st and the Holy Shrine - Blessed Sacrament, Dawson st, City centre.


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    St.Alphonsus and two of St. John's, Kirkdale.
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    Great photographs, Taffy and Ged! Thanks!

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    Photo of part of the east window of the Lady chapel at St Barnabas Mossley Hill
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    Love these stained glass images.

    Went up to see my Uncle Stan on Tuesday and he had in his toilet, a stained glass Everton logo.

    Now before someone says it is in the right place.... I thought what a lovely sight. SIGHT I said

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    Default St James, West Derby

    Delightful Church of England Church and well worth a visit.
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    Its a loverly church and its got a lot off history.

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    Now Wirral Museum. Well worth a visit.
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    Great photos, Taffy.

    I suspect the subject of your last photo is a religious figure, Jesus perhaps, but the medieval look of a king would fit with the satire that I wrote about King John's charter for the Liverpool 800 Poems site. Check it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisGeorge View Post
    Great photos, Taffy.

    I suspect the subject of your last photo is a religious figure, Jesus perhaps, but the medieval look of a king would fit with the satire that I wrote about King John's charter for the Liverpool 800 Poems site. Check it out.

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    It's a King. The Latin text seems to refer to a King Alexander of Scotland. My Latin is a bit rusty. No doubt someone can translate.

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    Very nice

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    Very nice, Kev.
    Did you use a tripod?
    I was in the Met cathedral yesterday, but haven't uploaded the photos yet.

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    they came out really well considering how dark it was in there.
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    Thanks qg.
    This was the other side.
    Almost completely dark, so I used flash, and was surprised that the detail in the glass is visible.
    Lovely old wall.


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    Here's a rare surviving bit of glass in St Luke's.
    Quincyg noticed this.
    I wish I was as observant!


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    This is in St Johns in Kirkdale. Erected by the members of The Third Order
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    Marvellous pictures Philip and Greg's dad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhilipG View Post
    Here's a rare surviving bit of glass in St Luke's.
    Quincyg noticed this.
    I wish I was as observant!

    you can even see the colours in it, excellent. and there was you complaining you only had a 10................zoom.

    the one I took on a paltry 3....
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    Quote Originally Posted by quincyg View Post
    you can even see the colours in it, excellent. and there was you complaining you only had a 10................zoom.

    the one I took on a paltry 3....
    Absolutely brilliant bit of spotting! Top marks!

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    Delightful window in this beautifully kept church
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    Quote Originally Posted by taffy View Post
    Delightful window in this beautifully kept church
    Nice Pic Taffy, I remember it well! Cheers

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    Taken at St Luke's - COPYRIGHT A. Reynolds.

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    on a building in Whitechapel



    Anglican Cathedral (sorry didn't have a decent zoom when I took these last year)




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    Inside the Blessed Sacrament R C church on Walton Vale
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    Another one in Blessed Sacrament church on Walton Vale
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