Every Thursday, Sandra Conner of the “By the Book” blog, invites us to share our favourite photos of windows.
This week, I’ve chosen the beautiful rose window in the west end of the ‘Santa Maria del Mar’ church in Barcelona. This imposing example of Catalan Gothic architecture, was built between 1323 and 1389. In 1428, the original rose window was destroyed in an earthquake, and it was replaced by this one in 1460.
Now for something completely different. 😉
We are doing some alterations here, and hubby decided to start on the destruction a couple of days ago, so with hammer and other various tools, he set about wrecking this window. Thankfully I don’t know how to use such instruments, or he might have enlisted my help.
He made a pretty thorough job of removing that window.
Thankfully, he had a plan in mind, and in no time at all, had installed a pair of French patio doors.
Still lots more work to do, as he’s going to pull out all the kitchen cupboards next. Oh bliss!! 😆
To see more Thursday’s windows, you can visit Sandra’s post here.