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My photo gallery - pictures from Ireland

A collection of photographs of miscellaneous subjects by Anthony Murphy

Rainbow at Newgrange

Is there a pot of gold at the end of the Rainbow? A spring Rainbow during a heavy shower near Newgrange.

Old ship new ship

Old ship, new ship. A wrecked boat at Clogherhead, Co. Louth, with the new Supreme II fishing boat at the pier.

Trawler and Tower

A trawler anchored at the Boyne Estuary with the Maiden Tower, Mornington, in the distance.

Dublin's Twin Stacks

The twin stacks of the ESB power plant in Dublin viewed out through the window of an aeroplane.

Phoenix Park monument

The Phoenix Park Monument and surrounding urban sprawl in Dublin viewed from above.

Irish field systems

Most Irish fields are very small. They seem even tinier when viewed from an aircraft. If you look hard, you may even see a ringfort.

Tralee canon

This cannon outside Tralee courthouse was apparently used in the Crimean War. There's probably a good story behind it.

Boyne Bridge and Moon

A crescent Moon hangs over the Boyne Cable Suspension Bridge on the M1 outside Drogheda. A Blue Moon?

Ship on river

A ship comes in on full tide towards Drogheda Port from The Bar at Mornington on an April evening.


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