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Lovely views and great photos @BOSSGOGG 

Thank you for sharing them thumbsup

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Beautiful photos, nice to be able to get to the beach, in most weathers, @BOSSGOGG

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The things I do for review footage....

 

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Brilliant photo @viridis thumbsup

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Superb @viridis  heart

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Stunning @viridis
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I'll bet that looks even more stunning full-size on a big screen - top-notch, @viridis!
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@pgn wrote:

@Anonymous wrote:

I too like the silhouette photo of the man with his dog @BOSSGOGG 

and I like your photo too @pgn of the cottage turned into a museum, very quaint and well kept.


Thanks, @Anonymous  - the cottage was only part of the museum, here's a bit more about it (Lagacurry, Co. Donegal): https://rb.gy/9jp2ep

I have some pictures of the lovely sandy beaches up there too (we did not go to the beach near the Mussenden temple, opting instead to head further north and east a bit.

Oh and the coastline hereabouts is "elevated", something to do with the landmass rising when the ice melted off the top of it back in the Ice Age, @Anonymous: https://youtu.be/K4iQMRsmWPU

 


Thank you @pgn both links have very impressive photos Smiley Happy

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Thank you @pgn both links have very impressive photos Smiley Happy


Thank you. 

Here are a couple I took at the Ulster American Folk Park today - a great day out, despite the chilly start. 

 

New World, Smokehouse:

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Old World, Campbell House

 

I have a couple more, but needed to shrink them...

 

Old World, Tullyallen Mass House:

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New World, Part of Pennsylvania Log Farmhouse.

 

All places that people from Ulster in the early to late 1800s would have used as they moved from their Famine-struck homes in Ireland to seek a new start in the Americas. 

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Fascinating @pgn Smiley Happy