Part of a developing body of work focusing on experimental interpretations of stained glass windows. In taking cameraless photographs which use the windows as subject and lens simultaneously, the christian imagery is appropriated into a media which can be removed from the lofty heights and contexts of the original stained glass panes. Ecclesiastical stained glass windows are not designed to be seen through, they are designed to control and manipulate light for the purpose of entrancing viewers within. With these three photos displayed as an unframed triptych, the image of the windows captured on the paper transforms the gallery wall into a nullified window itself. Unshielded by glass, and with continued exposure to light over the course of months, the cyanotypes will fade to pure white.