Scotland/Ireland 2017 – #11.1

[Categories: Travel, Photography, Photography 101 Forever]
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Fri. 30 Apr.  Glenveagh National Park.  Our tour gets a few hours here but it’s worth at least a half day.  Take the time to walk a lot if you get here.  We saw some walking the 2 miles or so from the main entrance.  Good for them.  Worth it.

Click the gallery below to open to individual photos.  Click photos again for a nice enlargement.  The tulips are quite striking.  I don’t know what I did to that one.  I probably had Vivid Mode set in the old Canon SX200.

Ireland would be a great place to visit for several months.  Get a room, really spend some time places.  Walk, read the history.  Absorb the surroundings while one absorbs one’s favorite Smithwicks Ale or two.  Hmm.


About JohnRH

Retired, avid winter skier, avid reader, traveler (avidly). :)
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7 Responses to Scotland/Ireland 2017 – #11.1

  1. ralietravels says:

    I see from the map that you walked at least part way up the hill. It is a great place. I was just getting the hang of blogging [wrote too much, edited too little] when we were there but managed some fun photos of birds:

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  2. cindy knoke says:

    The great thing about the Emerald Isle is you can partake “a Smithwicks Ale or two,” ……three, or I forget, and then still, you can absorb the history.
    The only challenge would be remembering, later.


  3. beautiful! So green and very clean


  4. Tina Schell says:

    Thanks for the brief tour John – I especially liked the shot with the arches


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