Trinity Anglican Church

By: Lesley

Jan 02 2012

Category: Cambridge, sacred

13 Comments

Aperture:f/8
Focal Length:32mm
ISO:100
Shutter:1/0 sec
Camera:NIKON D60

The blue door to Trinity Anglican Church. It was built and consecrated in 1844 on donated land on the right bank of the Grand River by two of the founders of Galt.

Participating in Monday Doorways and Blue Monday

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13 comments on “Trinity Anglican Church”

  1. Nice photo. Happy new year to you.

  2. Lesley, you are the first contributor to Monday Doorways this New Year!

    «Louis» wishes you all the best this year, and he appreciates your contributions to his memes.

  3. «Louis» fixed the link for you.

  4. Wow these is beautiful. I love the color too. ^_^

    Monday Doorways

  5. I love that blue!

    Happy New Year & Happy Blue Monday, Lesley.

  6. Oh that is so beautiful, striking how it complements the rock.

  7. That is just so cool! I love the door, it’s unique 🙂
    Nice find!

    Happy New Year!

    Here is my entry

  8. i love this shot! Great door, colour, fence!

  9. A handsome door and archway!

  10. Lovely!

    My BLUE, happy new year!

  11. That is beautiful!

    Visiting fro BM! Here’s my share- hope you can visit too:)

    http://www.loveablecassandra.com/2011/12/little-artist-in-the-making.html

  12. […] A full view of the 1844 built Trinity Anglican Church in Galt. The blue and red doors are a bit of a mystery. A closer view of the far left door to this church was shown here. […]

  13. Wow, you have some grat door pictures…


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