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ISS passing in the Irish night sky

Beautiful clear sky after 2 days of storms with the visit of ISS (24/05/2020)

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6 beautiful days spent in Ireland, with the visit of Dublin (pictures of Christ Church Cathedral), Wicklow County with Powerscourt waterfall and Glendalough, Kilkenny and the Dunmore caves, Athlone and the Sean’s Bar oldest pub in Ireland and finally Newgrange and Dowth passage tomb

Christ Church - Dublin

Christ Church – Dublin

Christ Church - Dublin

Christ Church – Dublin

Christ Church - Dublin

Christ Church – Dublin

Christ Church - Dublin

Christ Church – Dublin

Christ Church - Dublin

Christ Church – Dublin

Christ Church - Dublin

Christ Church – Dublin

Powerscourt Waterfall

Powerscourt Waterfall

Saint Kevin's monastery monastry and the Round Tower - Glendalough

Saint Kevin’s monastery monastry and the Round Tower – Glendalough

Saint Kevin's monastery monastry - Glendalough

Saint Kevin’s monastery monastry – Glendalough

The Round Tower - Glendalough

The Round Tower – Glendalough

Kilkenny

Kilkenny

Kilkenny

Kilkenny

Kilkenny

Kilkenny

Kilkenny castle

Kilkenny castle

Kilkenny castle

Kilkenny castle

Kilkenny castle

Kilkenny castle

Dunmore cave - Kilkenny

Dunmore cave – Kilkenny

Dunmore cave - Kilkenny

Dunmore cave – Kilkenny

Dunmore cave - Kilkenny

Dunmore cave – Kilkenny

Dunmore cave - Kilkenny

Dunmore cave – Kilkenny

Dunmore cave - Kilkenny

Dunmore cave – Kilkenny

Dunmore cave - Kilkenny

Dunmore cave – Kilkenny

Dunmore cave - Kilkenny

Dunmore cave – Kilkenny

Sean's Bar the oldest pub in Ireland - Athlone

Sean’s Bar the oldest pub in Ireland – Athlone

Boyne River near Newgrange

Boyne River near Newgrange

Dowth Megalithic Passage Tomb

Knowth Megalithic Passage Tomb

Dowth Megalithic Passage Tomb

Knowth Megalithic Passage Tomb

Dowth Megalithic Passage Tomb

Knowth Megalithic Passage Tomb

Dowth Megalithic Passage Tomb

Knowth Megalithic Passage Tomb

Dowth Megalithic Passage Tomb

Knowth Megalithic Passage Tomb

Dowth Megalithic Passage Tomb

Knowth Megalithic Passage Tomb

Dowth Megalithic Passage Tomb

Knowth Megalithic Passage Tomb

Dowth Megalithic Passage Tomb

Knowth Megalithic Passage Tomb

Dowth Megalithic Passage Tomb

Knowth Megalithic Passage Tomb

Dowth Megalithic Passage Tomb

Knowth Megalithic Passage Tomb

Dowth Megalithic Passage Tomb

Knowth Megalithic Passage Tomb

Newgrange passage tomb

Newgrange passage tomb

Newgrange passage tomb

Newgrange passage tomb

Newgrange passage tomb

Newgrange passage tomb

Newgrange passage tomb

Newgrange passage tomb

 

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22/07/2019 Dolphins leaps at Chanonry Point

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21/07/2019 Red Kite at the RSPB Tollie Red Kites

Return from the 21th of July  at Tollie Red Kites

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Last day to Chanonry Point (22/07/2019)

This group of 7 dolphins was late to arrive but they’ve done a great show. Especially the youngest very playfull

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Dolphins and squirrel

Another morning at Chanonry Point. And the afternoon spent at Loch Garten, a beautiful walk in forest with birds and squirrels.

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Chanonry Point and Tollie Red Kites

A day spent with some of beautiful animals composed the great variety of wildlife in Scotland. Back again to Chanonry Point and finally dolphins are here again. And on the afternoon, back to Tollie Red Kites with these amazing creatures.

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Faraid Head and Balnakeil Bay (12/07/2019)

A walk on the beautiful beaches of Balnakeil Bay and encounter with puffins on the cliffs of Faraid Head. On the return passing by Ardvreck Castle and its deers

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A walk to Loch Glendhu

Landscape of Kylesku and Loch Glendhu with new friends

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