Stained Glass Window, St Michael's Church Linlithgow  This magnificent window was designed by Crear McCartney to mark the 750th anniversary of the church in 1992; it is installed in St Katherine's Aisle and is based on the theme of the Pentecost.

Stained Glass Window, St Michael's Church Linlithgow This magnificent window was designed by Crear McCartney to mark the 750th anniversary of the church in 1992; it is installed in St Katherine's Aisle and is based on the theme of the Pentecost.

Stained glass window I  in St. Katherine's Aisle of St. Michael's Parish Church in Linlithgow.

Stained glass window I in St. Katherine's Aisle of St. Michael's Parish Church in Linlithgow.

The lovely village of Hawkshead, in the Lake District,  UK.  The parish church sits on the site of a Viking Temple

The lovely village of Hawkshead, in the Lake District, UK. The parish church sits on the site of a Viking Temple

Flaming Stained Glass | Flickr - Photo Sharing! This stained glass window is in St. Katherine's Aisle of St. Michael's Parish Church in Linlithgow. It was installed in 1992 to mark the 750th anniversary of the consecration of St Michael's. Scottish artist Crear McCartney design and executed the window. Each part of the window is symbolic of something

Flaming Stained Glass | Flickr - Photo Sharing! This stained glass window is in St. Katherine's Aisle of St. Michael's Parish Church in Linlithgow. It was installed in 1992 to mark the 750th anniversary of the consecration of St Michael's. Scottish artist Crear McCartney design and executed the window. Each part of the window is symbolic of something

This stained glass window is in St. Katherine's Aisle of St. Michael's Parish Church in Linlithgow.  It was installed in 1992 to mark the 750th anniversary of the consecration of St Michael's.  Scottish artist Crear McCartney design and executed the window.  Each part of the window is symbolic of something.  I was given a sheet of paper with 1-1/2 pages of description.    The artist built his design round Pentecost in the tracery and the New Jerusalem in the lancets.  The number 12 plays a…

This stained glass window is in St. Katherine's Aisle of St. Michael's Parish Church in Linlithgow. It was installed in 1992 to mark the 750th anniversary of the consecration of St Michael's. Scottish artist Crear McCartney design and executed the window. Each part of the window is symbolic of something. I was given a sheet of paper with 1-1/2 pages of description. The artist built his design round Pentecost in the tracery and the New Jerusalem in the lancets. The number 12 plays a…

( - p.mc.n.) |St Michael's Parish Church, Linlithgow, one of the outstanding medieval churches in Scotland. A church has stood on this site for many centuries; the first documented reference is in a charter of King David in 1138. The present nave was finished around 1426, the chancel about 50 years later, and the apse was added in 1531. During the Wars of Independence Edward I of England used the church as a military storehouse until King Robert the Bruce sacked the garrison here.

( - p.mc.n.) |St Michael's Parish Church, Linlithgow, one of the outstanding medieval churches in Scotland. A church has stood on this site for many centuries; the first documented reference is in a charter of King David in 1138. The present nave was finished around 1426, the chancel about 50 years later, and the apse was added in 1531. During the Wars of Independence Edward I of England used the church as a military storehouse until King Robert the Bruce sacked the garrison here.

St Michael's Mount a tidal island off the Mount's Bay coast of Cornwall. A civil parish, united with the town of Marazion by a man-made causeway of granite setts, passable between mid-tide & low water. In 1954, the 3rd Baron St Levan gave most of St Michael's Mount to the National Trust. The St Aubyn family retained a 999-year lease to inhabit the castle & a licence to manage the public viewing of its historic rooms in conjunction with the National Trust.

St Michael's Mount a tidal island off the Mount's Bay coast of Cornwall. A civil parish, united with the town of Marazion by a man-made causeway of granite setts, passable between mid-tide & low water. In 1954, the 3rd Baron St Levan gave most of St Michael's Mount to the National Trust. The St Aubyn family retained a 999-year lease to inhabit the castle & a licence to manage the public viewing of its historic rooms in conjunction with the National Trust.

https://flic.kr/p/8s3AhS | O Lord how manifold are Thy works in wisdom hast Thou made them all | One of the biggest regrets I have of pictures not taken is I should have taken more of the beautiful stained glass windows at St Michael's Parish Church in Linlithgow.  This is a portion of the large window at the front of the church.  St. Michael's is one of the outstanding medieval churches in Scotland.  A church has stood on this site for many centuries; the first documented reference is in a…

https://flic.kr/p/8s3AhS | O Lord how manifold are Thy works in wisdom hast Thou made them all | One of the biggest regrets I have of pictures not taken is I should have taken more of the beautiful stained glass windows at St Michael's Parish Church in Linlithgow. This is a portion of the large window at the front of the church. St. Michael's is one of the outstanding medieval churches in Scotland. A church has stood on this site for many centuries; the first documented reference is in a…

St Michael Parish, Livermore, CA

St Michael Parish, Livermore, CA

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