Stained Glass Window, St Michael's Church Linlithgow This magnificent window was designed by Crear McCartney to mark the 750th anniversary of the church in 1992; it is installed in St Katherine's Aisle and is based on the theme of the Pentecost.
St Michael's Mount a tidal island off the Mount's Bay coast of Cornwall. A civil parish, united with the town of Marazion by a man-made causeway of granite setts, passable between mid-tide & low water. In 1954, the 3rd Baron St Levan gave most of St Michael's Mount to the National Trust. The St Aubyn family retained a 999-year lease to inhabit the castle & a licence to manage the public viewing of its historic rooms in conjunction with the National Trust.
St Michael's Mount is a tidal isle located 400 yards off the Mount's Bay coast of Cornwall. A civil parish & united w/ the town of Marazion by a man-made causeway of granite setts,passable between mid-tide & low water.Its Cornish language name — literally, "the grey rock in the wood" may represent a folk memory of a time before Mount's Bay was flooded.Remains of trees have been seen at low tides following storms & radiocarbon dating established the submerging of the hazel wood at about 1700…
Flaming Stained Glass | Flickr - Photo Sharing! This stained glass window is in St. Katherine's Aisle of St. Michael's Parish Church in Linlithgow. It was installed in 1992 to mark the 750th anniversary of the consecration of St Michael's. Scottish artist Crear McCartney design and executed the window. Each part of the window is symbolic of something