Tuesday, March 29, 2005


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Jagged coastal rocks along the Dingle Peninsula in Ireland.

Looking out on the Irish countryside from the Rock of Cashel.

Celtic cross at the Rock of Cashel, where St. Patrick, Ireland's patron saint, baptised King Aungus in the fifth century.

Killarney countryside, Ireland.

Killarney countryside, Ireland.

Christchurch Cathedral in Dublin is the oldest building in the city, built atop the original Viking settlement.

Stained glass detail from Christchurch Cathedral in Dublin, Ireland.

The titanic Caernarfon Castle in Northern Wales.

Conwy Castle, Northern Wales

Loch Ness, the third-deepest lake in Europe is said to be home to the fabled Loch Ness monster.

Edinburgh, Scotland lies under the gun of its imposing castle perched high on a volcanic outcropping overlooking the city.

Stryker Castle, Scotland. Look familiar Python fans?!

Scenery from the Lake District

Yorkshire chapel

It wouldn't be the U.K. without a red telephone booth.

Tele, London.

Hadrian's Wall was built by the Romans, partly to keep the barbarians out and partly to keep the troops guarding the northern edge of the Empire busy. Stretching coast to coast for 74 miles (in its day), the wall was garrisoned by 20,000 troops.

York Minster

A statue of Constantine (he was proclaimed emperor here in A.D. 306) sits in front of York Minster, the largest Gothic cathedral in England.

London's St. Paul's Cathedral is the second largest church in the world, behind the Vatican's St. Peter's Basillica.

Changing of the gaurd, Buckingham Palace, London.

Beefeater Yeoman, Tower of London.


The United Kingdom's most famous stone circle, Stonehenge is a celestial calender older than the pyramids.


Blogger Charlie Brown said...

I think you cropped me out of that Loch Ness photo. Jerk. :)

Otherwise, I love this page.


7:17 AM  
Blogger Jon said...

Awesome work! Looks great! I'm going to have to take out my lesser camera attached to my far less skills at photography and at least try to show something of my MUCH SMALLER slice of the world here in Oki (JP-not the state). Great work as always. Please post more!

7:08 PM  
Anonymous J. Mason Young said...

It is always such a joy for me to see the work you do, the places you've gone, and the way you present your life to others. What fantastic photos. Keep the blogging going.

12:56 PM  
Blogger Tyerone said...

I'm so glad I finally get to look at these pics. Our pic party never worked out. This is understandable when we look back at our very eventful last few years,most especially yours. These pictures are amazing. They could honestly be in a published art or pic book. I hope no one steals them...they are so good I wouldn't be surprised if they ended up on some other site. What kind of camera did you use? Such clarity. Thanks for sharing these whith us.
Brandan V.

1:22 AM  
Blogger Histéresis said...

Nice FotoBlog.

7:19 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Your photos are great, but Ireland is not part of the United Kingdom, it should have it's own heading.

3:51 AM  

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