Monday Window: Thiers

Found in the principal church of the Auvergne town of Thiers:

#MondayWindow 27 April 2020

Monday Window – Chateau Carbonnieux

Chateau Carbonnieux is in the Graves area of the Bordeaux wine-growing region.

#MondayWindow 20 April 2020

Monday Window: Beverley

Admittedly, it’s not the windows but rather the painted ceiling that’s the main point of interest here in this image from St. Mary’s church in Beverley, East Yorkshire. However, they are quite impressive in their own right….

#MondayWindow 13 April 2020

Monday Window: Sarlat

Above a narrow alleyway in the picturesque town of Sarlat, in the Dordogne, is this old and elaborately decorated window.

#MondayWindow 6 April 2020

Monday Window – Saint Martial sur Isop

Stained glass again this week, and another window from the old church in the nearby village of Saint Martial sur Isop. The image also gives a good idea of the thickness of the walls.

Monday Window 30 March 2020

Monday Window – Bonnefont

Even by local standards, the small settlement of Bonnefont is well off the beaten track, albeit only about twenty minutes away by car.

It’s worth the trip, though, if only for this exceptionally photogenic old window.

#MondayWindow 23 March 2020

Monday Window: Pompadour

In the town of Pompadour is the spectacularly painted Chapel of St. Blaise. This, however, is the plain window of an austere little side-chapel.

#MondayWindow 16 March 2020

Monday Window: Abbaye de la Reau

Who’d be a window cleaner here at Abbaye de la Reau?

#MondayWindow 9 March 2020

Monday Window: Limoges Cathedral

It’s a week for stained glass again on the Monday Window Challenge hosted by Ludwig. This is to be found in the cathedral of Limoges.

#MondayWindow 2 March 2020

Monday Window Tranquility Base (again)

Q: When is a window not a window?

A: When it used to be one.

This outbuilding of one of the usually unoccupied houses here in Tranquility Base has seen a lot of re-purposing over the years. The shuttered window obviously used to be a door and there are the phantom vestiges of two other windows.

#MondayWindow 24 February 2020