St Magnus Cathedral, Kirkwall, Orkney

Back in June I fulfilled a long held wish to visit the Orkneys and Shetland. It was Orkney that made the deepest impact on me with so much to take in during the relatively short time I was there. Outside of Wiltshire, the Orkneys probably have the most amazing archaeological sites in the British Isles, I fell in love with place. Also visited St Magnus Cathedral in the Orkney capital of Kirkwall while I was there and now record some of the beautiful windows. As with St David's Cathedral in Wales, the sea features and there is reference to the Vikings in the detail of one of the more modern looking windows.
St Paul
St Christopher

'Some fell on stony ground' - the parable of the sower

I wasn't able to spend as much time as I wanted looking at the truly lovely windows (a bit of a whirlwind tour) so have missed some of the important ones. For more information about the windows and art in the St Magnus Cathedral see link below:
(Thanks IC for the helpful information)

St Michael's and All Angels Church, Highworth

"A city that is set on a hill cannot be hid"
An inscription on the Millennium Window
The Millennium Window in the church of St Michael's and All Angels in Highworth just outside Swindon. It depicts the small town of Highworth and church on its hill overlooking the Vale of the White Horse. The heavens above and ammonites below symbolising all creation.