I see you love Ireland too. Isn't it special? This particular farm was located in the far west and at the very end of a small road. For Ireland, one would have to say it was isolated. Not many people ever come here, let alone tourists.
It is beautiful.
Warm regards to you (and to James Bond by the way),
For me, Ireland is the most wonderful place with its beautiful music, spectacular landscapes, friendly people and sheep!:D
Haha,I will say hi to James too!:P
Greetings from Hungary!
well, if i could stay on this farm, i would be the happiest girl on the world. Thanks a lot for this splendid, peaceful photo!
As you have been to Ireland, maybe you will go back again. Perhaps you kissed the Blarney Stone! Then when you do you can become the happiest girl in the world by visiting this small west coast valley, and making an offer on this farm.
Thanks for your nice comment.
This is very nice Ian. When I saw postcards of Ireland, I used to think it could not be that green colour as it was too green. When I arrived there, it was exactly the same green as I saw on Postcards. Thanks so much for you wonderful photos Ian. Kind Regards, David :-)
It is a joy, David, to be virtually exploring Ireland with you. I am delighted that you appreciate this isolated spot, green as green, Irish as Irish can be.
Beautiful spot Ian!
Thanks for your appreciative comment, cbaisan. One has to love Ireland!
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Photo taken in Gortavallig, Co. Kerry, Ireland
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