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Yellow Gorse – 170 viewsGorse was in full bloom , everywhere. This is a beautiful yellow but the bush is nasty, spiney, prickly and everywhere. Burns real well too, you'd see gorse fires along stone walls to get rid of it. UlsterScotNutt
Wildflowers – 274 viewsI took pics of 35 different wildflowers. 2 commentsUlsterScotNutt
The Quiet Man Cottage – 138 viewsThis is the famous cottage in Cong that was the setting for John Wayne and Maureen O'Haras' movie by John Ford, The Quiet Man.UlsterScotNutt
The Atlantic Ocean off of Achill Island – 232 viewsI decided to climb down the cliff and go skinny dipping, COLD but beautiful. 1 commentsUlsterScotNutt
Sunrise at Cornerstone B&B Crocnarow Moyard, Co. Galway – 64 viewsTook this pic at about 6:30am out bathroom window. View is over Ballinakill Bay. This was an impeccable B&B, very nice folks here. UlsterScotNutt
Seven Chapels, Inishmor, Aran Islands – 67 viewsA view from within a chapelUlsterScotNutt
Seven Chapels on Inishmor – 86 viewsThis is a very pretty place.UlsterScotNutt
Rock and more rock – 66 viewsLynn thinks she had the gift of prescience from drinking the limestone filtered water. Lots of rockUlsterScotNutt
Relief in window of Banquet Hall at Aughnanure Castle – 96 viewsApparently very rare to see these remaining and in such good condition. Also the subject matter. UlsterScotNutt
Pretty water from cliffs at Dun Aenghus – 77 viewsThe water color was so pretty. Lynn kept wanting me to take pictures of waves.UlsterScotNutt
Pretty flower – 168 viewsUlsterScotNutt
Pirate Fred at the ready – 207 viewsAbout to smote the English.2 commentsUlsterScotNutt
Oughterard, Co. Galway, – 127 viewspart of townUlsterScotNutt
Necessary cow pic, on the way down from Dun Aenghus – 79 viewsThis cow actually bullied her way past the others to get into this photo. She did the same thing when another tourist took out her camera. Must be the Paris Hilton of the cow herd.UlsterScotNutt
My wifes picture from car off cliffs at Achill Island – 99 viewsOnly afterwards did I find out Lynn kept her eyes closed when I asked her to take pictures out the window as we drove along the cliffs on Achill Island. She does not like heights.UlsterScotNutt
Mossy tree near crypt at Kylemore Abbey – 94 viewsYou know little people are near by, you just know it. UlsterScotNutt
Morning view Ballinakill Bay, Crocnarow Moyard, Co. Galway – 112 viewsFrom Cornerstone B&BUlsterScotNutt
Lynn puffing her way to Dun Aenghus – 74 viewsA very nice walk up to Dun Aenghus. I would hate to do it in the rain though. If you look very closely to the upper left corner , you can see Kilmurvey House where we stayed.UlsterScotNutt
Lynn in the Kylemore Abbeys Garden – 93 viewsEveryone who walked in the entrance gate to Kylemore Abbeys Gardens said the same thing, everytime........Oh My!!!!! Really was very beautiful and serene.UlsterScotNutt
Lynn and Fred, backyard of Waterfall Lodge, Oughterard, Co. Galway – 132 viewsIt really was a very picturesque place, river, waterfalls, walkways, little bridges.UlsterScotNutt
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