Worth the wait Jim
Thanks nik. Isn't this amazing stonework?! And this may have been standing here since the 6th century AD! Best wishes - Jim
They probably couldn't do this today!
You're darn right Jethro! And to think this is all done without cement. But it was built in days when time was slow (compared to now) and labour cheap, or even free! Best wishes - Jim
I have heard there are many buildings and structures that would just not be feasible to build today with H&S laws what they are.
But then technology has given us such magnificent new structures. When one comes to mind, I'll mention it.
Cheers - Jethro
"I have heard there are many buildings and structures that would just not be feasible to build today with H&S laws what they are". I think we're living in one of those buildings Jethro! :-) Cheers - Jim
Oh eck.... I hope not!
Hallo Jim ! Was für eine eindrucksvolle Bauweise!
Wie viel Erfahrung muß man gesammelt haben um so zu bauen ?
Amazing building, great photo
Good to hear from you again Sig. I've just been looking at some of your photos from the Westman Islands. I believe they were called that because when Iceland was first settled by Scandinavians, Irish monks were already living there! Probably similar monks to those who built this amazing early church. Best wishes - Jim
What a lovely construction dear Jim Y*+like Best wishes, Peter
Thanks very much Peter for your like+Y*. The shape of the oratory reminds a little bit of the Viking burial mounds in Denmark. Best wishes - Jim
I like interesting building! Voted!
Thanks very much Dezső for your comment and vote. Best wishes - Jim
É uma visão espetacular do Local Sagrado, parabéns pelo registro. F3 Saudações e tenha um excelente semana, de Dourados - Mato Grosso do Sul - Brasil
Thank you very much for your comments Paulo and making this one of your favorite photos. Best wishes - Jim
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Photo taken in Caherdorgan South, Co. Kerry, Ireland
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