The infirmary chapel and rooms as illuminated just before the sun broke over the horizon.
The perspective is from the visitors' chapel looking into what was the laybrothers' choir. Retreatants are permitted in the laybrothers' choir for lauds/Mass and vespers. I participated in all of the hours from here. Nothing matches sitting in the semi-darkness of this choir while the monks are saying vigils.
The rose window in the western wall. The colors bathing the buff-colored brick just before vespers at 5:40 is glorious. I did not try to capture it with the camera. Am not certain it is possible to capture it adequately given that the experience is more than just the color and glow of the setting sun filtered through the window.
At the end of compline the few lights in the church that are used for this office are extinguished and the window of the Blessed Mother holding Jesus, called the Salve window, is lit from outside. This window and the altar are ad Oriens, facing east. Once lighted the community chants the Salve Regina while facing the window after which the Angelus is rung. This is the middle window from the photo of the Abbey Church.
This still life was illuminated from the light coming through the round panels of stained glass shown in the last post.