The image on the left of this stained glass window honors Doak S. Campbell, who was the President of Florida State University from 1941-1957. The image on the right honors the Seminole Tribe of Florida. This window is also located in the Werkmeister Humanities Reading Room in Dodd Hall on the FSU campus.
The trees outside make a very interesting effect on the blue glass.
I have always been fascinated by stained glass. The church in the village where I was born as some and one is of the village blacksmith. When Patty and I first got married we lived in a small house that was once his blacksmith shop.
I was thinking the same thing as JM :)
These stained glass windows are so beautiful, I would have a hard time keeping my eyes on a book.
I love the shades of blue!!
I'm so excited I finally saw a porcupine! That's funny that it happened so close to when I said I had never seen one. I also never expected to have one climbing me. HAHA! I'll probably post a picture on Thursday.
Love these stained glass windows! At first glance, I thought the man at left was Dick Cheney. Heh. Heh.
I love the trees behind the glass. You have shared some wonderful work and I thank you!
These windows are beautiful! My parents live in Florida (Lake Wales) but I've never made it over to the Tallahasee - actually never have been anywhere on the panhandle. It looks like a nice area.
various and colored stained glass
I don't think I would ever, ever get tired of looking at stained glass!
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