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    Another view of the Burren.

    Watch out for Corkscrew hill. Reversing back uphill because of an upcoming coach is not for the feint hearted. :-)
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    Courtown harbour. Where a great many Dubliners etc congregate in summer. Relatives of mine had large mobile homes there. Some of them are now living in Florida and Spain.
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    Right now over Ireland the Sun in a mist is ringed by a completed rainbow almost horizontal in the sky to the west. I have never seen that before. Took a photo but it's not a good camera. We may see the results later?
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    Speaking of rainbows... nice pic from the Broadsheet.

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    Electionlit's geese snap is great.







    Loughrea frozen solid, the crannógs at the top..



    Sky over Ballycastle from Rathlin.



    Early morning on the Corrib.

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    Erigal & Muckish

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    Quote Originally Posted by MauriceColgan View Post
    Maybe I should suggest some song or music though to go with the images. :-)
    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wlxVTpEyMEw"]YouTube - F. Schubert: Trout quintet - 4. theme and variations[/ame]
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    Thanks TotalMayhem and Five. Nice images. I once bought Schubert's trout piece just because of the beautiful painting on the sleeve. Copied it a few times..about 26 versions!

    Today was spent spreading pansies around this part of Ireland. They survived the severest frosts of the winter!

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    Scrabo Tower, Newtownards, Co. Down

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    The sad song Kilkelly.

    But some lovely images of Ireland.

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ICUzfAVP4eQ"]YouTube - Kilkelly - Robbie O'Connell[/ame]
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    Quote Originally Posted by MauriceColgan View Post
    Thanks TotalMayhem and Five. Nice images. I once bought Schubert's trout piece just because of the beautiful painting on the sleeve. Copied it a few times..about 26 versions!

    Today was spent spreading pansies around this part of Ireland. They survived the severest frosts of the winter!

    I once bought Beethoven's violin concerto simply because I love that piece. It was by Ann-Sophie Mutter, conducted by Herbert von Karajan and the Berlin Phil. I didn't plant any flowers.

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