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August 15, 2017

County Cork, Ireland – 5th – 12th, August, 2017

Filed under: Uncategorized — wally426 @ 5:20 pm

Like most suburbs of Cork City, Goggins Hill is mostly scattered farmland on rolling, lush green hills. Wild blackberry brambles hang over ancient stone walls covered in moss, the whines of cows, crows and sheep float through the crisp air and skies go from clear to cloudy in an instant. It all makes for a wonderfully unpredictable environment for exploring and shooting.


Beeline

 

Every town has a church

 

Telephone Line
Vortex 1
Camo

 

 

Divinity
Waiting for the rains

 
Tractor trail

Vortex 2

 

Cows of Cork County


Mooooonrise
Kildorrery

River Funshion
Superbowl
Candyland

 


Masonic

 

The back end of this abandoned church was built by monks in the 13th century

 


I-V
Creepaboo

 

Heads Up
Vortex 3
The Mitchelstown Caves were discovered in 1833 when a limestone miner’s crowbar fell into a crevasse.



Stony Maw

 

It takes thousands of years for these tendrils to grow even an inch

Fairystone

 

Shelfie

 


Grumpy Old Lads
One of my favorite towns in Cork, maker of the best breakfast sausages you’ll ever have
Doordom
Ruffian


Conversion
Dragonnaire

 

Deciphering road signs in Ireland is somewhat of an art, being aware of your surroundings is a necessity
Bantry
O’Sullivans’s Castle – Built in the 1500s and eventually cannonballed in 1660
Heronius Monk

 

Mint Jelly
Guy couldn’t catch a cold..
Yieldish
Gougane Barra
Cork City

Typical
Vortex 4

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