Weird and wonderful.
Thanks. I can't believe I just noticed your comment from nearly three years ago. This photograph was taken during a very enjoyable trip on The Empire Builder, an AMTRAK train that runs from Chicago to Seattle. The trip is approximately 44 hours, two nights on the train, passing through the Northern Plains of the US, the Rocky Mountains with stops at the east and west gates to Glacier National Park, crossing the Continental Divide, and descending through the Cascade Mountains for a final run along the shore of Puget Sound before arriving in Seattle. Fun trip!
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Great vintage postcard of the Esplanade. Why not add it to the Fair Park Dallas group you are already a member of?
This faceted and textured Victorian glass is always interesting, I think. The faceted pieces sparkle like jewels when the sun hits the window on a sunny day.
This stained glass was originally installed in 1951 by Judson Studios of California. Judson Studios returned in 2009 to remove all the glass, return it to their studio in California for repair and conservation, and then to reinstall it in the windows at Highland Park United Methodist Church in Dallas. This photograph is of the central window of the West Front showing workmen reinstalling the glass from the rear gallery of the church.
It was installed circa 1895 in the Methodist Church in this small town in north Texas.
Near Northeast Harbor. Beautiful gardens!