St. Patrick's Cathedral
This is an interior of the St. Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin. It was founded in 1191. It is one of two cathedrals in Dublin, but currently it is not the seat of the Archbishop of Dublin.
When visiting the cathedral you can take pictures including the use of flash, but only when there is no service in progress. It is definitely worth visiting and while taking pictures, take also some time to just enjoy the beauty of the interior.
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Open door to the cemetery on Rock of Cashel
The top of the cross fell off when struck by a lightening. It still lies behind the monument broken into a few pieces.
Path leading to Hore Abbey
Bend by the wind
Time to make some blackberry pie! There were blackberries on the side of the road everywhere. And they tasted amazing!
Tree by the lake
A short walk from the road is Torc Waterfall, a definite must to see. You will need a tripod to take a nice picture as it is pretty dark there.
Cliffs of Moher
Colorful side of the Sky Road
Sky Road is a beautiful loop drive west of Clifden. The road is narrow but the views are spectacular. It is worth visiting, just be aware of cars, trucks and cattle on the road.
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