Photo Collection: The Emerald Isle

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To end my series of Ireland posts (see the last day here) I thought that I’d post some of the photos that didn’t quite make it into the final drafts, but that I think are worthy of some recognition.

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Amazingly preserved medieval arches found among the ruins of Clonmacnoise
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Wild flowers grow on the shores of Lough Corrib
Glassillaum Beach under an increasingly wild day
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Mwellrea Mountain with its summit covered by cloud and stark against some beautiful turquoise sea
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Long view down the length of Glassillaun Beach
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The riverside of Galway city
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Me trying to be artistic on the Cliffs of Moher, didn’t work out particularly well, but practice makes perfect
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View down to Brandon Bay from the Conner Pass
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The harbor of Dingle Town
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Silhouettes of photographers and sunset gazers at Dunmore Head
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Sunset over the Blasket Islands
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A cairn on the Pilgrim’s Path down Mount Brandon
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The Slieve Mesh Mountains from my hotel in Tralee
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Panorama of the Slieve Mish Mountains over Tralee Bay
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The Guinness factory in Dublin!
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Our ferry leaves the boundaries of Dublin harbour

I hope you have enjoyed my Ireland series, it was a great holiday and I’m certainly planning on returning soon, hopefully.

Thus concludes my tale , if you enjoyed this story feel free to write in the comments, or leave like and thanks for reading.

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