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Classiebawn Castle,
Ireland is too beautiful.... :)
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Looking back down over Lahinch from The Cliffs of Moher © Keith Dixon
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+Bogumil M True but Ireland holds a special spot in my heart. I've always loved Irish culture since I was a little girl and it's my dream to live there! 
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This was the last photo I took before heading home from Lough Ramor. Almost the entire time we were there the sky had been a blanked of cloud. Very little detail or variation to be had but just as we were finishing up a patch of open clouds rolled by and we were greeted with the scene above. 

It was a fitting end to a great evening shooting.
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Never ben love to go!!
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Lough Tay. Wicklow. Ireland
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This one is from a recent trip to Sligo and Leitrim over the Easter weekend. I finally got to climb Ben Bulben this time around too, I always liked that mountain since one face of it always looked like a giant slide!

Where the wandering water gushes
From the hills above Glen-Car,
In pools among the rushes
That scarce could bathe a star

#longexposurethursday   #ireland   #landscapephotography  
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I ❤️ this song!
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Via +Neil Jackman    Neil is the owner of  +Abarta Audioguides   and looks after Irish History and Heritage for our Ireland community on G+ 
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The Shrine of the Stowe Missal.

This shrine dating to 1030 AD, held an 8th century mass-book that belonged to the monastery of Lorrha in County Tipperary. An inscription on the base of the elaborate shrine requests prayers for the 'King of Ireland'; Donnchad, Son of Brian Boru and Gormlaith. After the bloody battle of Clontarf, Donnchad became King of Munster but he never reached the heights of his father and was never generally recognised as the High King of Ireland. 

The shrine was later embellished in the fourteenth century when the elaborate cross jewelled with rock crystals, glass studs and an ivory bead. This wonderful object forms part of the Clontarf Exhibition at the National Museum of Ireland on Kildare Street. Well worth a visit!

#stowemissal   #irisharchaeology   #tipperary   #irishhistoryandheritage   #irishhistoricalsites   #lorrah   #archaeology   #irishhistory   #clontarf1014   #brianboru  
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