Eagle, it's one of the same photos I have in my little automatic slideshow in the blog entry that I posted at the beginning of this thread.

from St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague.
Top part of the windown turned out abit clearer than mine. I do have some close-ups of several windows there...

Yes, there has to be the right working area to make stained glass. One of them is preferable a concrete, stone floor for shattered/broken glass/glass shards. So that one can sweep up the mess later. Have you taken a course, Eagle?

Given the long, long history of European stained glass art, they have magnificent stuff there.
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