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Published on January 31st, 2007 Read the 18 comments »
Just a little something to break up the logo design projects.
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wow that is beautiful! i have no idea where it is but reminds me of germany somehow. thanks for sharing it….. bee
Thanks for stopping by, Bee.
The photo’s of Dunluce Castle on the North Coast of Northern Ireland – my home country.
If you’re ever there you have to take a trip along the Antrim Coast Road. It’s stunning.
That’s a stunning pic. Is that Slains?
Mate, I’ve added a comment for you at Chris’s site: http://thermalblog.co.uk/the-prize-for-the-most-hot-air/#comment-1837
Makes me think of action adventure stories to tell about it.
At quick glance I did not see the structures on the top of the cliff. . what a beautiful location.
Great, I post my comment 30 seconds after you telling us what it is , and therefore look a total muppet ;-)
Great photo, great castle!
Amazing photo from an amazing place with amazing people ; )
A very beautiful image which just reminded me of something very important – - I need a vacation!
What a gorgeous picture and certainly NO words are necessary! Is that Ireland?
Duh, I missed the comment that says that it is Ireland! Now don’t I feel like an idiot?? But, at least I was right about where it was!!
Lovely photo David. Just breath taking.
That is lovely, I’ve always wanted to go to Ireland, just haven’t made it yet.
Takes me to my childhood dreams..of breezy places, and adventure, and freedom.
OH! That is just beautiful! I’d love to visit there . . .
Thanks for stopping by my blog that Wed!
That’s just 12 miles from what I consider ‘home’. Hard to beat it too!
Sorry to you all for not acknowledging your comments earlier. I’ve been slack!
I hope you all had a great new year.
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