Earth brown, sand gold, stone grey, leaf greens, the blue of misty sea and sky. My mind responds to these colours by seeking out landscapes, even in the most abstract of patterns. This stained glass window is one of a series in église St-Croix de Saint-Malo, created in 1962 by Joseph Archepel. Every window is individual, each totally abstract, but the different colour ranges give each one a distinct character. For me, this window reflects the landscapes of the St Malo district, where I came across it by chance. The artist might have had a different landscape in mind, or simply pure abstraction. That’s beyond me!