Trinity Anglican Church

By: Lesley

Jan 07 2012

Category: Cambridge, sacred


Focal Length:34mm
Shutter:1/0 sec
Camera:NIKON D60

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.

Participating in Scenic Sunday and Monday Doorways


8 comments on “Trinity Anglican Church”

  1. I like the splash of color the doors add.

  2. A solid looking church!

  3. A fabulous capture of a striking building. Love those windows! Thanks for visiting my block. Have a great week.

  4. A really beautiful and interestig church with beautiful doors.

  5. hee hee…
    You and «Louis» both posted churches today.

  6. Wonderful shot! It’s not common to see the doors painted in different colours!
    Thanks for sharing;o)

    Hope you are having a happy week****

  7. Oh, this is a beauty! Love the red door…I am a sucker them in fact.

  8. Thanks for visiting and taking the time to visit;o)

    Have a nice and happy weekend****

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