Will I strike him off?
Should I defrock him of his Toyboy badge?
Honestly, young men nowadays! 🙄
Seriously now, Phil honoured me by asking for a photo to post on his blog.
I sent him one from the outside looking in…
This is the same place from the inside looking out.
St. Augustine’s Church, Ballyeaston, Co Antrim was built in 1786 and was once at the heart of the local community. The church closed for worship about 100 years ago when St John the Evangelist Church was built in nearby Ballyclare. A recent local project has helped preserve St. Augustine’s heritage for future generations to enjoy.
I’m saying nuttin’ 😐
Nice church though!
I love ancient buildings that are being preserved. If I had the money and the energy I would be traveling once more seeking out just such relics like the St. Augustine Church.
I could write a treatise on how I enjoy viewing them, but why bore you further? You are probably already yawning your way to the next comment.
@Steph – I am sure it was a nice church in its day and brought comfort to many over the years.
@Darlene – I never tire reading your comments. I always learn something about you.
Like Darlene, I would spend all my time touring places like that if I could. Since I can’t, I appreciate seeing your photos!
Oh pshaw, GM.
I got all excited reading your blog title on my reader.
Tips for the geriatric sensualist, thought I.
And I get an old church.
Back of my hand to ya.
Nice to see old buildings, we don’t have any here other than the odd gaol and 200 years is a long time in our history! Plus I have a thing for doors and archways. Must get my camera cranked up! Tomorrow . . .too hot today.
@Kenju – I love old ruins.
@WWW – Sorry to disappoint you.
@Baino – Little Brother was feeling the heat in Melbourne today. 47°C is more than I can imagine.