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Posted by on May 6, 2011 in Artist's Eye, Castles | 3 comments

It’s Castle Day!

Every Friday, Jonathan Epstein from Celebrated Experiences hosts FriFotos on Twitter. Each week there’s a different theme, and Twitter users are encouraged to share their photos.

Today… it’s ALL CASTLES, ALL DAY. And there have been some great ones from Ireland. Follow the whole list of castle at #FriFotos and check out a few of my favorite from Ireland… I’ll be adding more throughout the day…

 

Ross Castle

Ross Castle, County Kerry from https://twitter.com/#!/SheenFalls

 

Leap Castle, County Offaly

Leap Castle, County Offaly from http://twitter.com/#!/poloconghaile

 

Blackrock Castle, County Cork from http://twitter.com/CorkBilly

 

Dromoland Castle, County Clare

Dromoland Castle, County Clare from https://twitter.com/#!/EpsteinTravels

 

Blarney Castle, County Clare

Blarney Castle, County Clare from http://twitter.com/#!/amberdegrace

 

Markee in Spring

Markee Castle, County Sligo by http://twitter.com/#!/BestLovedHotels

 

Dunboy Castle County Cork

Dunboy Castle, County Cork by http://twitter.com/#!/CapallGlas

 

Parkes Castle & Lough Gill, County Sligo

Parkes Castle & Lough Gill, County Sligo from http://twitter.com/#!/IrishFireside

 

 

Birr Castle and Demense, County Offaly

Birr Castle and Demense, County Offaly from http://twitter.com/#!/IrishFireside

 

Here are some Castle pics I’ve taken over the years.

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3 Comments

  1. Fantastic! I spent most of my day on Friday on twitter looking at all of the pictures that you posted!
    Dreaming of our next trip to the island :)

  2. I went to school in Drimnagh Castle in Dublin, the only castle left in Ireland with a flooded moat, and the school is still beside the castle

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