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1990-06 Eire

Inside the National Museum of Ireland in Dublin.

The National Museum of Ireland in Dublin.

Part of Dublin University.

More of the University

I thought this sculpture in the University amazing. I have no idea what it is called but I liked it.

The streets of Dublin.

I thought the Irish signs great. This is one of the most amusing.

This lifting bridge looked great. It was somewhere in the south but I cannot remember where.

A closer shot.

Blarney Castle, just a few miles north west of Cork.

Blarney Castle

Blarney Castle

The country House next to the castle.

Kissing the Blarney Stone.

More kissing of the stone.

The stone itself, you have to go under it and come up for the kiss.

Looking down from the top of Blarney Castle.

This is part of the grounds at Blarney Castle

Looking up at Blarney Castle.

Another view looking up.

A church somewhere.

Fantastic rhododendrons at a house we visited. I think soemwhere near Killarney.

More of the house's garden.

It was a super garden.

The house, perhaps someone can tell me what and where it is.

More of plants

We approach the lake in Killarney National Park.

Another view of the lake.

More of the lake.

This was taken by a waterfall looking down at the lake it was an amazing spot.

The waterfall

Moody shot from the shore of the Lake in the Killarney National Park.

The same spot with a filter on the camera.

Ladies View on the Ring of Kerry in the Killarney National Park.

Ladies View on the Ring of Kerry in the Killarney National Park.

Another Irish sign. I got severly ticked off for bahaving like a true Emmet ( Cornish word for tourist ).

Come on sit down a behave yourself! Seriously though a magnificient palce to stop and enjoy the view while have a bite to eat and drink.

Very ancient building on the coastal road around the ring of Kerry.

The same ruin.

Looking out over the sea from the ruin.

A beautifull location somewhere when we drove round the ring.

Posing for a shot on the beach. The wind was very cold.

The rivers last yards before the sea.

More ancient ruins.

There was a fogou under the slabs to act as an escape route.

I can not remember where this was but an amazing view.

This hut was on the Dingle perninsula.

A little protected harbour on the Dingle pernisula.

Fungi the dolphin who lived in Dingle Bay and entertained the tourists.


It is amazing how difficult it is to catch Fungi out of the water.

Fungi the Dolphin - well almost.

Celia trying to look happy and about to retire to her sick bed with a really horrible bug.

More ruins of Bee Hive Huts on the the Dingle pernisula.

Is this some form of escape route out of the settlement.

Part of an old settlement.

These Irish standing stones are very decorative.

More Bee Hive Huts on the Dingle Pernisula.

Old ruined Church

Norman Arch into the ruins.

On the top of the ridge looking down on Dingle.

Dingle Bay.

Dingle Bay.

And again from high up.

The remains of glacial action.

This little lake was high up on the ridge that runs down the centre of the dingle penisula and no doubt was created by the action of ice.

Windmill on the west coast. I cannot remember where.

The mouth of the Harbour at Dun Laoghaire (Dublin).

Fairwell Ireland.

The ferry picks up speed.

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