Gosh if they are the side doors Leif, I can only imagine what the main entrance must look like, beautiful window!
Wow. Unusual to have stained glass as part of a doorway, no?(Psst, Leif, a typo: "Loan Oak." Is your head too much in the financial vocabulary? LOL)
Looks beautiful. Happy Ruby Tuesdays.
Oh! I forgot to mention, your header image is so cool. Loved it. :)
I love me some red church doors!V
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Since days of being bored in church, I've always been intrigued by stained glass and the stories they tell.
They are so beautiful! I love stained glass.
Keep up the great work, Leif! I admire the quality of your photos and the faithfulness with which you post!
That is beautiful!!RT
It sure is an attractive door, Leif!
That's a grand door and really beautiful indeed with a realistic message of life.
Nice arch!My Ruby Tuesday, have a good day!
"Trinity Lone Oak"--what an interesting name for a church! I'm sure there's a fascinating history behind it.I’M FOND OF CERISEFor red my affection is great,It’s puce and chartreuse that I hate.I’m fond of cerise,It makes a nice pieceOf clothing that looks just first-rate.© 2011 by Magical Mystical TeacherLost Red Spoon
Beautiful shot!Happy RT.Mine's here.
I am use to seeing big wood doors on churches especially under stain glass windows. I do like the red doors though.
oh btw Leif, I will get to fountains from my post today.
Very nice indeed.
The red doors certainly stand out, in a good way.
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