A trendy London boutique's winter holiday window display. In the USA it would probably cause a public outcry, so weird we have become. In England, crackers (the kind you pop and find a prize within) are associated with Christmas; snowflakes, too. And women are free to be feminine. It is tragic that the so-called "progressives" in the USA not only tolerate but promote reverse discrimination/ derogatory nicknames as part of contemporary culture's revision of the English language and banishment of writers whose only crime was using the vernacular of the period in which they wrote. I am proud of my heritage, call it "snowflake" if it makes you feel better. My grandparents (both pairs) lawfully emigrated to the USA and never wronged anyone, having suffered intolerance and injustice in their own homelands.
Afterwards, to see more Povey stained glass, I strolled to First Christian Church, but could not get inside because it was locked up tight.
So I paused to assess a series of stained glass windows just below eye level, from outside, and though it didn't seem worth taking photos, I snapped just one, a close-up of a shepherd in the larger mosaic.
After arriving home, I uploaded the photos of Povey stained glass from my camera to my laptop, including the pic from First Christian...
This photo inexplicably depicts a clear-as-day traditional Christ-like image (and, no, it is not photo-shopped, a program I don't possess and never use).
Had it been there and I missed seeing it?
I am certain not. It was a blank orange piece within the leaded mosaic.