St Albans – stained glass and medieval paint

I have enjoyed this journey through the history and architecture of St. Albans so much! I can’t thank Sue Vincent enough for sharing it with us, through both her camera and her eye for the poetry in things. What I’ve learned from observing her as she experiences this place, is that writers must see the world through the eye of the artist.

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3 responses to “St Albans – stained glass and medieval paint

  1. Thanks for sharing, Connie x

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    • @Sue–My friends who are writing historical fiction have really been enjoying this series. I love the way you translate what could be merely a nice travelogue into an experience of poetry and art.

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      • Thank you, Connie. I love these old places for all they hold…the history, the artistry…and the personal stories of the people who have passed through their doors.

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