Recently, I attended an exhibit of photography, paintings and art glass curated for a locally popular art space in the town of Wittenberg, WI. It was a pleasantly sunny, cool, crisp Fall afternoon. The windows of the restored building feature beautiful panels of stained glass and, looking outside, we were amused to spot a whimsical bronze sculpture of a dog. Thought I might share a couple of photos. The camera used was an Olympus E-PL5 digital with Oly's 17mm f/1.8 lens (34mm field of view). The images were processed in Lightroom with an HDR preset.
Folks are viewing, but not commenting - diasappointing. In my estimation, this is clearly "architectural" detail: windows incorporating stained glass panels, the carefully-milled trim around the windows - that sort of craftsmanship is rarely seen in the plain vanilla rubber stamp architecture of today.
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They're beautiful shots. You just don't see such craftsmanship nowadays, in woodwork and in stained glass, no matter how simple or complicated the design.
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