Irish Stew, April

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Arma Angers on August 2, 2007

mouton irlandais à tête noire (blackhead irish sheep, pecora irlandese a testa nera)

©polytropos on August 16, 2007

:-)

You have a nice collection. I'd like to put you to my favorites, but it's impossible at the moment. :(

ismarcos on September 6, 2007

I´d like to travel to that beachs. In Spain would not be easy to find sheeps or cowns so near to the beach. In Spain all people want to have a house on the beach. There would be a town in that field Í´m cheerful that to be place so nice and people that aprecciate and respect it.

Arma Angers on November 11, 2007

hi Ismarcos a,d Polytropos, thanks for your visit and comments ! you're right Ismarcos, in Ireland the sea is almost everywhere and therefore it's still possible to find a house with a great view... but for swimming, spanish seas might keep an advantage ! cheers.

matkustava_kissa on November 27, 2007

good title! :-) and nice picture, too! by the way, when will we see new pictures from you?

©polytropos on November 27, 2007

armagnac you have to read "Glennkill" by Leonie Swann, a murder mystery from the view of a herd of sheep. It fits to that picture :-)

matkustava_kissa on January 12, 2008

polytropos, i bought the book now. haven't yet finished it but it is very good and i agree that it fits to this picture perfectly.

Arma Angers on January 13, 2008

hello polytropos & matkustava_kissa, what's the story about ?

matkustava_kissa on January 13, 2008

it is a crime story, told from the point of view of a herd of sheep.

Arma Angers on January 13, 2008

sounds funny ; so the animals can talk and act, like in Animal Farm by Orwell ?

matkustava_kissa on January 13, 2008

they talk to each other, yes.

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on March 20, 2008

I will tell you something Armagnac this is one of the finest Gallerys I have seen on G.E.

I will return here to visit you again many times to come. It has been a fascinating, informative and amusing tour with excellent commentary.

My compliments to you for your brilliant photography.

Jim

Arma Angers on March 21, 2008

Jim your compliment is very kind, probably too kind ! thank you very much, I am really happy that you enjoyed my pictures, enthusiastic people like you makes it worth posting them ! Friendly yours. Armagnac.

pivapao on May 26, 2008

Ora che ho viste tutte le tue foto (ieri non mi hai dato il tempo con quella chat velocissima in diretta), posso farti anch'io qualche complimento. Ho notato che sei bravissimo a catturare le luci dei tramonti (ai tempi dell'argentique era troppo costoso fare esperimenti, non so se mi spiego?), le mattine nebbiose, bellissime anche quelle, e le macro, che io non ho mai abbordato. La mia preferita è pero' quella di Mahé. Sono contento di averti incontrato su Panoramio. Ciao

Arma Angers on May 26, 2008

ciao Paolo e grazie del tempo dedicato alle mie foto e dei complimenti molto graditi :)

Arma Angers on September 1, 2008

many thanks to Laurel for his kind Y* !

ritulee on September 2, 2008

very good shot! I added to my favorites! greetings: Ritu

Arma Angers on October 21, 2008

grazie Primo ; a volte non funziona al primo tentativo ; grazie comunque di averci provato.

ciao, Arma'

celtjan on June 2, 2009

Nice vieuw, verry nice place: Dog's Bay & Gorteen Bay!

micoma2009 on October 30, 2009

bellissima irlanda

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Photo taken in Errisbeg West, Co. Galway, Ireland

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  • Uploaded on July 14, 2007
  • Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works
    by Arma Angers
    • Camera: Canon DIGITAL IXUS 500
    • Taken on 2007/04/04 18:44:22
    • Exposure: 0.005s (1/200)
    • Focal Length: 7.41mm
    • F/Stop: f/7.100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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