This week's theme was chosen by the blogger team at Friday "My Town" Shootout--a photo study of a building. Click on the link to head over and see some of the other participants' photos!
I headed over to Dublin's Old St. Raymond's Church that was built circa 1859. I've never done a photo study before, so I just tried to take some interesting shots!
Be sure to click on the photos to see them up close and in detail! (the last one of the church shutters is my favorite!)
As I was heading back home, I saw this construction going on... and then it dawned on me that this was the Kolb House, the historical residence of another of Dublin's founding families what was recently acquired by the city and relocated. The city is expanding our heritage center to include more land as well as the Kolb House and it's surrounding buildings (which have also been moved to this location). The first phase of the newly expanded park should be open in the spring.
It's such an interesting house; I only wish I could have gotten closer!
Read more about the Kolb family here.