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    From a popular viewpoint on Howth Head overlooking Dublin Bay.

    There are a great many beautifull and famous landscapes all over Ireland both coastal and inland.

    This is a thread where you might like to share your snaps, photographs and your travel in #Ireland stories for all to enjoy?

    Some of our modest snaps hark back to the mid 1960s!
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    A little more atmosphere.

    One lunctime as we sat viewing the same scene it turned all purplish as clouds arrived over Wicklow.
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    As I haven't yet got enough posts to post attachments maybe a moderator would post these beautiful photos of Sruwaddacon & Broadhaven Bay, Glengad, Erris, County Mayo for me? Thanks.








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    Nice ones Junius. Mayo is a favourite destination.Along with Kerry, Clare, Cork, Sligo, Killkenny... and Donegal etc. :-)

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    How would a man post a photo not from the web?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fraxinus View Post
    How would a man post a photo not from the web?
    Register with a picture host like photobucket.com and place the photo there then you will be provided with an image url to click on, and then place here.
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    The Burren County Clare a few years ago. Many of the photos I submit will be holiday and short trip snaps, so I hope that is okay with you all?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fraxinus View Post
    How would a man post a photo not from the web?
    Add images to your post, the easy way
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    Lovely thread, Maurice Colgan. Give us everything you've got

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    Quote Originally Posted by C. Flower View Post
    Lovely thread, Maurice Colgan. Give us everything you've got
    Thank you C. Flower.

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    Great images from the West of Ireland on John Smyth's photo blog North Atlantic Skyline
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    Thanks TotalMayhem. Will explore them later.



    Horn head Donegal. The panoramic views from here just have to be seen.
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    Ceidie Fields Interpretive centre Ballycastle County Mayo.

    Well worth a visit.
    The largest pre-historic man made structures in the world. In Ireland!

    Farm walls stretching for miles often three or more metres under peat!

    Sheer Atlantic cliffs close by.

    (If you haven't photos just share an anecdote or two about your favourite place in scenic Ireland. Let's keep this a positive theme)
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    Quote Originally Posted by MauriceColgan View Post
    Nice ones Junius. Mayo is a favourite destination.Along with Kerry, Clare, Cork, Sligo, Killkenny... and Donegal etc. :-)

    Here's Teelin harbour DL



    Not a Mackerel all day!
    But sure The Rusty Mackerel is just up the road.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 5intheface View Post
    But sure The Rusty Mackerel is just up the road.
    Good one. :-) I wasn't much of a drinker back then in the early 1970s. Must have driven past that pub dozens of times. On our annual two week holidays from Manchester!

    We stayed in the Frosses where one side of the village diid not speak to the other side.

    (It was the graveyard!)

    I did get locked into the local pub one night. :-) Staggered to bed 3am.
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