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Part of the Derry Wall

Part of the Derry Wall

Drogheda, County Louth, Ireland

Drogheda, County Louth, Ireland ~ my great grandmother was from Drogheda

MOON OVER DERRY CITY IRELAND

Picture of moon over Derry City. Derry City is specially beautiful at night.

Ancient Kings of Munster are buried inside this church. Glendalough, Co. Wicklow Ireland

Ancient Kings of Munster are buried inside this church. Glendalough, Co.

Hillside in the Glendalough Valley Ireland  Taken Nov 09 not 07/08  The mist gives the illusion of smoke. Glendalough, Co Wicklow Ireland

Hillside in the Glendalough Valley Ireland Taken Nov 09 not The mist gives the illusion of smoke. Glendalough, Co Wicklow Ireland

Lough Neah2010

Lough Neah2010

I was so impressed the first time I saw this bridge. Because it is so narrow traffic is halted one direction so the other direction may cross. Slane Co Meath Ireland

The road across the viaduct is very narrow. Only one car can cross at a time, so it's closed off in the other direction until the cars on the viaduct have finished crossing over.

Harbor at Port Magee Co Kerry Ireland Iveraugh Peninsula with Valentia Island in distance

Harbor at Port Magee Co Kerry Ireland Iveraugh Peninsula with Valentia Island in distance

This is the Iveraugh side of the Dingle Peninsula Co Kerry Ireland

This is the Iveraugh side of the Dingle Peninsula Co Kerry Ireland

Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny, Ireland The town was founded in the 13th century on an important crossing point by an Anglo-Norman mercenary from Wales, Thomas FitzAnthony, replacing the earlier Irish settlement of Grennan (Irish: Grianán, Sunny Place).

Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny, Ireland The town was founded in the 13th century on an important crossing point by an Anglo-Norman mercenary from Wales, Thomas FitzAnthony, replacing the earlier Irish settlement of Grennan (Irish: Grianán, Sunny Place).

This is believed to be the Lia Fail (The ancient stone of truth) which when a man placed his hand on the stone he could not tell a lie. Tara Co Meath Ireland

This is believed to be the Lia Fail (The ancient stone of truth) which when a man placed his hand on the stone he could not tell a lie. Tara Co Meath Ireland

The light in Ireland is amazing it makes even ordinary things beautiful. Look at these grasses. Roadside on the road to Kerry Nov.09

The light in Ireland is amazing it makes even ordinary things beautiful. Look at these grasses. Roadside on the road to Kerry

Looking out to the Sea. Co Kerry Ireland. You must look closely to see where the sky stops and the sea begins.

Looking out to the Sea. Co Kerry Ireland. You must look closely to see where the sky stops and the sea begins.

The Moate of Anniscaul, Co Kerry Ireland, commonly believed to have been the home of the little people

The Moate of Anniscaul, Co Kerry Ireland, commonly believed to have been the home of the little people

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