View from the back chamber of Creevykeel Court Tomb
A view of the neolithic and megalithic Creevykeel Court Tomb from the back chamber through the stone uprights.
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Creevykeel Court Tomb, Sligo, Ireland
Creevykeel Court Tomb in Sligo, this is a view from inside towards to rear of the tomb and looks out onto the forecourt. It's a neolithic megalithic tomb dating from 4000BC and is an incredible place on the way to Mullaghmore from Sligo.
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Ben Bulben From Knocknarea
View across Sligo Bay from the summit of Knocknarea. Ben Bulben is catching the sunset and is turning a golden yellow, the wall stretching to the right is an ancient neolithic boundary wall running down the side of the mountain.
Old Country Road Leading To Mount Errigal In Donegal, Ireland
View of Mount Errigal in the Derryveagh Mountain Range in Donegal. The backroads are beautiful but very bumpy, better suited to mountain biking but the views are incredible. This old country road created the perfect foreground to frame Mount Errigal and the flash of blue sky that appeared overhead.
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Mist Rolling Over The Ox Mountains in Sligo
The Ox Mountains and surrounding countryside during an early morning winter fog in Sligo, Ireland. The sun was lighting up the low fog and creating this beautiful, mystical look across the landscape bringing out some intense greens and yellows.
Carin O on Doonaveeragh in Carrowkeel, Sligo
This cairn overlooks a valley dividing it from the other passage tombs but has the most incredible view across lough Arrow. It's a scramble up the sides unless someone has found a less direct route to the top but definitely worth it. It's also the site of an abandoned neolithic village where the tomb builders used to live, an amazing place.