Thursday Doors – Enniskillen 4

 

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This bright and cheerful building reminded me of a cake, for some reason. I think it looks good enough to eat – and it has a red door!

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They have really good window cleaners in this town, lots of very clear reflections.

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Just look at those scrumptious pillars. This is the prettiest church I’ve photographed yet.

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Now for some ‘traditional’ looking churches, of which there is no shortage in Enniskillen.

I love how the the arrow on the road is strategically placed.

This next image is of Saint Michael’s Parish Centre.

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I didn’t follow the arrow to the crypt but the arched alley looked interesting.

Some of these churches are on Church Street, others can be found on High Street.

More Thursday Doors from Enniskillen next week, thanks for stopping by, and if you’d like to carry on the ‘doorscursion’ follow the blue frog link at the end of Norm’s post.

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Author of 'A Pocket Full of Shells' an Amazon International best seller, Jean writes young adult and historical fiction. She has been known to shed a tear over Little House on the Prairie.
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31 Responses to Thursday Doors – Enniskillen 4

  1. Norm 2.0 says:

    I’m always fond of columns but I’m wondering if these ones are actually as pink as they look on my screen or if it’s just something a bit off on the white balance in the pic?

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  2. Dan Antion says:

    These are all beautiful, Jean. I like the featured church, it does have a cake-like look to it. I really like the old stone church (in the middle). Red doors on churches are just the best thing.

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  4. dimlamp says:

    What a lovely collection of churches, Jean. Those pillars in your first few photos definitely are eye-catching!

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  5. sjhigbee says:

    Pink columns and red doors – what a lovely colour combination! And I love the positioning of the arrow – it’s your fabulous eye for detail that always beguiles me, Jean:))

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  6. Junieper/Jesh stG says:

    I love towers! Lovely buildings, Jean. Everything looks a little pinkish, but it’s not distracting to me:)

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  7. What a great post, Jean! Those pink pillars are really something. I’ve never seen anything like them.

    janet

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  8. sydspix says:

    Loved the pink church – very unique!

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  9. You had my attention with the ‘cake.’ I don’t think I’ve seen pink and red on a large building before, but it is gorgeous. πŸ™‚

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  10. Made me hungry looking at it, Judy, πŸ™‚

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  11. Jackie says:

    Love the pink!

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  12. Jennie says:

    They really do look like a cake, Jean. The traditional churches are commanding with their doors. Thank you for your terrific photos. Dan said it well, a stone church with a red door is the best.

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  13. An excellent collection, Jean.

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  14. I love the pink pillars, very nice!

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  15. Timelesslady says:

    I love the beautiful shade of pink on the pillars.

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