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Its not very often that I get to post on a Sunday, so I took the opportunity to catch up on some random images from the family trip to Youghal in Cork earlier in the year. Whilst strolling around t. Take The Opportunity, Family Travel, Cork, Sunday, Random, Beach, Photography, Image, Family Trips

The Sunday Post – Stranded

Its not very often that I get to post on a Sunday, so I took the opportunity to catch up on some random images from the family trip to Youghal in Cork earlier in the year. Whilst strolling around t…

Dumha Na nGiall (1) Scotland, Old Things

Dumha Na nGiall

The first noticeable structure within the Ráith Na Rig or Fort of the Kings is a Neolithic passage tomb known as ‘The Mound of the Hostages’, or to give it its correct Gaelic name ‘Dumha Na nGiall’…

The Royal Princess of Tara Irish Mythology, Royal Princess, 16th Century

The Royal Princess of Tara

The ‘Tóraigheacht Dhiarmada agus Ghráinne’ or ‘The Pursuit of Diarmad & Grainne’, is a tale from the Fenian Cycle of Irish Mythology and is told in various texts in modern Irish and date back …

Ráith Lóegaire (Laoghaire's Fort) is a hilltop fort which can be found to the south of the Royal enclosure on Tara. This is where the legendary king Lóegaire is said to have been buried in the upri. Bury, Country Roads, King, Canning, Home Canning, Conservation

Ráth Lóegaire

Ráith Lóegaire (Laoghaire’s Fort) is a hilltop fort which can be found to the south of the Royal enclosure on Tara. This is where the legendary king Lóegaire is said to have been buried in th…

DSC_0691 (640x426) Fails, Make Mistakes

The Lia Fáil

There is a shed load of different beliefs and opinions regarding one of Ireland’s oldest and best known stones. This is the Coronation Stone for many of the ancient High Kings of Ireland. It is sai…

Teach Cormaic (3) Clouds, Teaching, Outdoor, Outdoors, Education, Outdoor Games, The Great Outdoors, Onderwijs, Cloud

Teach Cormaic

In the middle of the Ráith Na Ríogh or Royal Enclosure is a rather unique twin earthwork. From above it looks like a figure 8. I have never seen anything quite like it before. It is basically two s…

Ed Mooney Photography Martial Artist, Historical Sites, Explore, Mountains, Nature, Photography, Travel, Outdoor, Outdoors

Ed Mooney Photography

The official blog of Ed Mooney Photography. Dad of 3, Photographer, Martial Artist, Gym Rat & Blogger. Exploring the historical sites of Ireland.