It's funny that the photos of two distinctively modern windows in the church at Montrichard came out so blurry, while photos of more traditional windows came out sharp and clear. I don't have much to say about the church itself because there doesn't seem to be much information about it on line.
Notre-Dame de Nanteuil was built in the 12th century, heavily damaged by the Revolutionaries in the late 18th, and much modified by restorers in the 19th. That was the fate of many churches in France.
Most of these stained glass windows must have been made and installed in the 19th or even 20th century.
I am going to go back over there and take new photos of the stained glass this week or next. I'm hoping that the "new old" camera I ordered last week will come today, so I'll be able to use that one to take pictures in the church.
You manage to take the BEST stained glass photos, Ken.ReplyDelete
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I hope your "new old" camera works out. My 45 year old Viking sewing machine is in the shop and I may try to find a new old replacement if mine can't be fixed. I can't imagine sewing on a new machine when the one I have is all that I want.ReplyDelete
The new old camera came today (from Berlin). I'm happy and I've been putting it thru its paces for a couple of hours now. Hope your sewing machine can be made whole again.Delete
The company that sent me that unordered (by me) mystery thousand-dollar iPhone 10 days ago just now sent me an e-mail saying they have received the returned merchandise (which I shipped off to them last Thursday.ReplyDelete
A few minutes later, I got a second e-mail from the company saying that a credit in the amount of 860 euros has been posted to my account with the company. I can use that credit to purchase and pay for other items I might want to order from the company's offerings!
Truth is stranger than fiction.
Kudos to this company! When I mentioned what was going to be your compensation for the hassle you had been through, I didn't think you were due a reward that consequent. Good for you, and for them!Delete
I'm sure it's a mistake an it will likely be corrected soon. I'm just going to sit tight for a few days and enjoy the show.Delete
IIRC, from the beginning you said the iPhone was paid for with a PNB credit card you never had, so you were never charged, but the company was paid the full amount. Since you returned the phone, you are given credit for its full price. Now, the buyer either was genuine or used a stolen credit card, that's not the company's problem any longer. If the credit card was stolen, PNB wrote off the amount. They steal enough money from their clients to be able to pass this to profits et pertes.Delete
If the buyer was genuine, by now he/she should have wondered where the expensive iPHone was and would have given the company a nasty (i)phone call! None done, so far. I guess you can send a thank you note to PNB! LOL!
That's a bunch of money! WTGReplyDelete
Isn't it though? It's the original price of the iPhone minus all the extra shipping charges the buyer opted for.Delete
The colors are phenomenal. Was it a very sunny day? I'd love it if you wanted to connect to Dreaming of France, which I post each Monday. Here’s my Dreaming of France memeReplyDelete
Au contraire, the day was dreary and dark. Thanks for the link.Delete