Church pictures…

Church pictures…

I am shooting a few extra pictures around the church for the Parish Profile that will go to prospective applicants to be the new Rector. Today we got the Queen Anne chalice from the safe and I shot a few pictures on its own, and then with Dorothee. And then I took a few more of a couple of the windows for good measure 🙂

First a quick check of the calibration of the focus of my lenses

Here’s the set up with the lights

Given to the church by Queen Anne in 1706

Inscribed Anna Reginae

Made by the London silversmith William Gibson

And here’s Dorothee to give it some context

She has small hands, but it is quite large

I think this is actually my favourite

And another few…
…of the main Tiffany window… 
…in all its glory

And the oldest window, given for Sarah Bulkley who died in the sinking of the SS Ville du Havre in the middle of the Atlantic in 1873

One Reply to “Church pictures…”

  1. Do you have any photos of the sister window that was in memory of her best friend, also lost on the Ville du Havre? The window would have a girl with an anchor. Her name was Helen Jay Wagstaff. Both windows were done at the same time- and may be opposite each other based on information I have.

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