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March 13, 2007

Near Clonmacnoise

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When I visited Clonmacnoise, the weather changed rapidly. Here, I got a shot of the surroundings, just a moment before rain started pouring down.
Fortunately, the AV-show was interesting and the rain had disappeared when we came outside again.

2 Responses to “Near Clonmacnoise”

  1. Ying Says:

    it is a beautiful picture, thank you for sharing.

  2. Photography Says:

    This photo is truly amazing, whereabouts was this shot and at what time of the day. Could you advise the lens you used to take this shot?

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