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    Thanks Marv. Wise minds think alike. I also try...

    Thanks Marv. Wise minds think alike. I also try to imagine how people lived every time I visit an historic site.



    Thanks Delio. Isn't it annoying when dog owners seem to think that its ok for...
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    Thanks, Ketch. I like the movement in 10 myself....

    Thanks, Ketch. I like the movement in 10 myself. It makes what otherwise would be a very static scene come to life.





    I'm glad you think that, Rob. There is a very special feeling on that...
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    To all of you who stopped by to comment, many...

    To all of you who stopped by to comment, many thanks !

    George.:)
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    Pic 9 - A lone tree stands at the eastern side of...

    Pic 9 - A lone tree stands at the eastern side of the Abbey
    http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8490/8247175905_801347eb87_z.jpg

    Pic 10 - The wind was blowing the tree quite a bit on the day I...
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    There is also a churchyard on the site and this...

    There is also a churchyard on the site and this is where the remains of St Erc have been laid to rest.

    Pic 5 - The grave of St Erc
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    The Hill of Slane

    Few monastic sites in Ireland are as historically significant, and as stunningly beautiful as the ancient site at the Hill of Slane.

    Rising more than 158 metres (more than 500 feet) above the...
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