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Posted by on Jun 28, 2013 in 1reland, Postcards, Scenery | 2 comments

Another Batch of Postcards from Ireland

Ireland has been blessed with decent weather this summer… here are a few postcards from the last week and a half…

Exploring the lost town of Rindoon.

Exploring the lost town of Rindoon, County Roscommon

Walking Lough Ree

On our walk along Lough Ree, County Roscommon

Gravestone near St Dervla's Church, Co Mayo

Gravestone near St Dervla’s Church, Co Mayo

Footing the turf in Co Mayo.

Footing the turf in Co Mayo.

An original copy of the Irish Republic proclamation at the Jackie Clarke Collection in Ballina, Co Mayo. Amazing place to visit.

An original copy of the Irish Republic proclamation at the Jackie Clarke Collection in Ballina, Co Mayo. Amazing place to visit.

Good morning, Ireland. Ballina, Co Mayo

Good morning, Ireland. Ballina, Co Mayo

The remaining inhabitants of the deserted village on Achill Island are sheep.

The remaining inhabitants of the deserted village on Achill Island are sheep. Co Mayo.

Castle, horses, boat, AND coastline! I think I hit Ireland BINGO!!! County Mayo - http://www.irelandtravelkit.com/grainnes-tower-killdavnet-castle-achill-island-co-mayo/

Castle, horses, boat, AND coastline! I think I hit Ireland BINGO!!! County Mayo – http://www.irelandtravelkit.com/grainnes-tower-killdavnet-castle-achill-island-co-mayo/

Had to pay a visit to Yeats while in Sligo.

Had to pay a visit to Yeats while in Sligo.

Benbulben, you're lookin' good. Co Sligo.

Benbulben, you’re lookin’ good. Co Sligo.

Gotta love an old Irish storefront in Sligo.

Gotta love an old Irish storefront in Sligo.

Shamrocks in the Belleek flower room.

Shamrocks in the Belleek flower room.

The darling village of Ardagh, Co Longford.

The darling village of Ardagh, Co Longford.

The Massey-Ferguson tractor push, Rear Cross, Co Tipperary.

The Massey-Ferguson tractor push, Rear Cross, Co Tipperary.

Up the boreen, Co Tipperary, Ireland.

Up the boreen, Co Tipperary, Ireland.

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2 Comments

  1. Hi Corey and Liam! your postcards are lovely!! I have a question for you. When I see your photograps, you are often out in the fields. Since I am sure much of this is private property, do you ask permission to wander about or are the folks that friendly that they don’t mind you exploring in their fields?

    Thanks
    We are counting down for our trip on the 24th!! Can’t wait!

    • Hi Kim,

      Most of our pics are taken from the road, public access routes, public trails, or lands in which we know the owners so there isn’t really an issue asking permission.

      Corey

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