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As part of our trip to Dublin we went on a walk around Glendalough, or the valley of the two lakes, if you need translations. Which you don't, because nature is a universal language, and it's very nature. Also pretty. You should go.

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Glendalough - 1

Welcome to Glendalough.

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Glendalough - 2

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Glendalough - 3

It was, obviously, lovely weather.

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Creeks aplenty

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Glendalough - 5

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Glendalough - 6

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Glendalough -

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The cemetary at Glendalough

The cemetary is a proper old cemetary.

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Crossing headstones

It really is quite picturesque (evidenced by this being, in fact, a picture).

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A view over the cemetary

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A view over the cemetary (1280p)

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Why so high?

According to the plaque, no one's quite sure why the door way was quite so high.

I suspect there was simply a wooden step up and time ravages wood more than stone.

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Ferny geometry

This reminded me of the shiny balls at Trinity. But then green. And not spherical.

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More creek

I like creeks They're rather soothing.

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because... why.. not? I don't know why would you carve a smiley into a rock...

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A lovely boardwalk

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dogs worrying sheep will be shot

I am imagining someone with a sniper rifle in one of the far away houses to be on the lookout for when dogs are being worrisome, for a spot of target practice.

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And then, a deer. It was quite cute.

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