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Knockmealdown mountains through the seasons II September 25, 2017

Filed under: Uncategorized — Janet @ 2:47 pm

Beautiful Ireland. I especially want to visit the Cat’s Bar – and maybe have a Murphy’s instead of a Guinness. (I’m a Dublin person.)

Making memories

Knockmealdowns

On a cold winter morning, shortly before the sunrise, we are traveling from Newcastle across the eastern part of the Knockmealdowns. The images below show the change of the light as the sun makes its way up in the sky.

Knockmealdowns

Knockmealdowns

Knockmealdowns

Knockmealdowns

Knockmealdowns

Knockmealdowns

Knockmealdowns

Knockmealdowns

Knockmealdowns

Knockmealdowns

More sheep.

This road will take you to the Mount Melleray Abbey .   You see it in the distance with the Knocknafallia mountain (666.5 m) in background.

Mount Melleray

In my previous post, I wrote about the other way to cross the Knockmealdowns. What links these two roads? Both of them can lead you to the famous Cats Bar where you can get a nice lunch and spend a good time in the evening. Photographs taken over the years.

cats bar

cat's barcat's bar

Also, both of them can eventually take you to Lismore, but that’s another story for another time.

Lismore

Thank you for traveling across the Knockmealdown Mountains with me. If you are going to…

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2 Responses to “Knockmealdown mountains through the seasons II”

  1. inesephoto Says:

    Thank you for reblogging!


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