Photographer's Note

This is a set of windows in the famous Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, Spain. My title is perhaps what the workers asked each other when installing the windows. For some reason, only one of the windows was stained glass. I wasn't aware that the Sagrada Familia was currently being built, as my initial reaction upon emerging from the subway was "Great, look at all the restoration work being done..." Whoops, haha, maybe I should do more research onto my travel spots. But, heck, that's what traveling is for, to teach you.

It is to be completed in 2026 (who knows...) but is already one of the more fascinating structures I have layed eyes on.

I loved these windows with the one stained glass. Not sure the reason behind it, I'll just attest it to Gaudi's genius (or maybe this is a common scene in churches, it was the first for me). I find having only one stained glass window here more interesting than if all were. This little scene was in the hall where people were waiting to go up to the top of the towers. I was the only one who took a photo of it, as I don't think many people noticed it.

In the workshop, I posted another photo showing it differently. This photo is how it is, the lighting was difficult, but I wanted to highlight the windows instead of the architecture around it.

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Additional Photos by David Grant (ViktorVaughn) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 367 W: 57 N: 348] (1525)
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