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Weekly Photo Challenge: Depth

A few years ago I went to the Giant’s Causeway, up in the North of Ireland. It is a magical landscape with octagons of stone rising up from the sea forming all sorts of shapes and forms. 52 more words

Photography

Dunseverick Castle, County Antrim.

Dunseverick Castle is situated in County Antrim, near the small village of Dunseverick and close to the Giant’s Causeway. From the small car park at the side of the road (where you initially view the remains of the castle), it actually doesn’t look like much until you climb over the wall (stile provided) and follow the path there to sea level (you can go down both sides of the wall). 321 more words

Photography

Ireland – Scenery, History & Fun – Oh, My!

Rolling green hills, rugged coastline, warm cosy pubs and even warmer, friendly people. That was my Irish experience. I was lucky enough to join a trip along the coveted Causeway Coastal Route from Belfast to Dublin and I was not disappointed. 634 more words

Europe

Roll over Nessie - dinosaur alive and well in Scottish Parliament

 Post featured in this Sunday’s Herald, here

If you thought (like the books handed out to the children in Kirktonholme Primary) that dinosaurs were almost wiped out in the Flood and then used as beasts of burden until finished off by Nimrod the Mighty Hunter, I have news for you. 1,109 more words

Creationism

Sunday 4th: Giants Causeway and GOT Tour!

I am slowly but surely making my way through the final days of my time in Ireland. I’m leaving these posts later and later in some small hope that it will extend my feelings of being on holidays, but alas, I return to work tomorrow and those feelings will be shattered in an instant. 1,111 more words

Travel

New Game of Thrones Tour Available

We are excited to work with Pendragon Tours to make the new Game of Thrones tour available to people and visitors in Kells and the… 169 more words

The North of the North

If only I had all the world and time to explore Northern Ireland, but alas the weather is cold and icy, and I’ve still got to sort some stuff out in Dublin (which is where I find myself now). 298 more words

Not About Wine