Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Day 46 Slieve League Co Donegal - Ireland Series

Today's Sky
Not an eventful day today, so only one photo from today before moving onto more on Ireland.

Looking over the edge 
The photo from today is a sky shot whilst I watched the kids play out the front. I was able to get a business meeting at the Wild Fig Cafe this morning which was great, and two meetings tomorrow if all goes well, then that leaves me with two days before flying out to San Francisco.

Slieve League Co Donegal Ireland
James after the climb - Slieve League
Located on the coast and at 601 metres or 1970 feet, this place has Ireland's highest sea cliffs, and coming from a place like Western Australia where things are relatively flat, it is an amazing sight.

On our trip in 2008 James and I climbed up to the top of the nearest mountain and I was expecting to find rocky hard ground, but instead it was rocky and very boggy and wet.

Kirsty at the lower viewing area -  Slieve League
A large amount of thin cloud kept the visibility low but James and I couldn't help ourselves with photo taking resulting in a hundred images.

I took a couple of panoramas which I will need to get around to stitching one day.

Here is a link to the google maps location for the place.

Have a great day today, see you tomorrow.

Slieve League

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