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Posted by on Sep 10, 2010 in Families, Historic, Outdoor, Southeast | 8 comments

A Day in Kilfane Glen

Bridge at Kilfane

Kilfane, County Kilkenny, Ireland

Taken as we explored Kilfane Glen and Waterfall with my cousins Bridget and Sean. This little moss-covered area had an especially enchanted feel to it. www.kilfane.com

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8 Comments

  1. Lovely! Were you able to walk the bridge?

  2. Absolutely, there were a couple bridges on the path… as well as stepping stones over a river and stone steps built into the hillside (and a less-enchanted spiral staircase/cage to reach the waterfall). It was a very way to spend the afternoon.

    The admission of €7 was a little steep, but it went to the Trust that takes care of the park, so it supported a good cause.

  3. That is incredibly beautiful! What a peaceful, serene, gorgeous setting! Thank you for sharing!

  4. you captured the perfect picture to entrance me!!!!

  5. Hey Corey & Liam,
    Thats a fab photo- seems like ages ago since we were there together!! Hope all is well with you both? We are settling into married life very well- looking forward to your next visit & road trip together, xx

  6. Beautiful, I love the emerald colour of the moss, you’ve captured it very well :) I’ve never been to that part of Kilkenny, maybe I can convince my father to take me over there for an autumn photoshoot the next time I’m home, look’s like it will be a good place for it!

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