well I could use one too! Looks like a pretty church.V
It's going to take a professional to get that nice and clean. Great building...what was it?
I could use one also.!!Weird.. last week I took a shot ofsome window cleaners ..
Yes, but what a marvelous window it is underneath the grime.-----------------------------------My photography is available for purchase - visit Around the Island Photography and bring home something beautiful today!
Love the light in this one. And I don't see any dirt.
Wonderful window with years of added character!
I bet that glass is really lovely when it's sparkling clean. :)
If they find one, give him my number.
I long for the days when bars weren't necessary in such a beautiful window... especially in a church.
Love that church;) Dirty windows and all....
Regal Church..those windows need some serious scrubbing!wv: sprecifi - the windows that are dirty
I love the columns... and the plasterwork!
Reminds me of high school.
Beautiful...as. is. If the glass were too clean, it would blind onlookers!!
looks like a synagogue to me! love the shadows, lines and textures.btw...i can't click a link for some reason.
I think that frosty look is serving its purpose!<><
What it looks like to me is that the church has installed a protective outer window of plastic material in order to protect the stained glass from vandalism. From inside, it probably looks wonderful.(I say this because I know many Catholic churches in the Boston area have done that. Although I don't recall anyone hucking rocks through lovely stained glass, I'm sure it's a requirement of some insurance companies before the building can be insured. A shame, as it takes away from the beauty, but perhaps it gets more folks inside to look?)
That window is fabulous just as it is! No cleaning required as that would ruin the soft light on the outside...
even with the dirt this looks pretty.
I do believe that is one gorgeous window under that dirt! I don't like to do windows either!!
Looks like they put screens over the windows. Screens??
"Dust of ages"From dust to dust"obsolete"
Very beautiful whether or not it needs a window washer. I like the way you shot it.
Maybe so, but the architecture sure is pretty.
Don't we ALL!
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