Travel Theme : Paths

Glenaloch Walk, Drimoleague

Along the trail on the Glenalochy walk

The photo above was taken on a hike near Dunmanway in West Cork a few weeks ago, visibility was a bit hazy, but the scenery was still beautiful.

Signpost on Donovan Castle walk

George the Sky, Dunmanway

Along the way we came across this sign showing the way to the top of the mountain where an old man called George lived for many years, his house was so remote and high in the hills that he became known as ‘George the Sky’ and it’s nice to see that he is remembered.

In spite of the hustle and bustle, there are quiet corners in London, such as this old ruin of a church near Monument Tube Station, it’s St Dunstan in the East, with benches and a garden to sit and rest after a busy morning in the city.

Linked to Ailsa’s Travel theme

Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge : March 10, 2017

Cee posts great challenges every week, and they are always a great opportunity to trawl through the archives if you haven’t been able to get any new photos to post.

This challenge is all about capturing the roads, walks, trails, rails, steps, etc. we move from one place to another on.  You can walk on them, climb them, drive them, ride on them, as long as the specific way is visible.  Any angle of a bridge is acceptable as are any signs.

Canal cruise, Amsterdam

Bridges of Amsterdam

The above was taken when on a canal cruise in Amsterdam, and yes, our boat was quite flat, as you can see below,  and managed to get under these low bridges without mishap!

Crujising the canals

Taking a cruise on the canals of Amsterdam

And now back on dry land and back home in Ireland, here is one of the hiking trails we did recently, which goes right to the top of the hill, almost in a straight line, though there were a few stops along the way to get our breath back!

Nagle Mountains, Co Tipperary

Hiking in the hills

 

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Cee’s Which Way Challenge : No 14

My photos for this challenge are a selection taken in the village of Ronda in Southern Spain, the old part of the town is full of interesting places to see,  with 3 bridges over the 100 metre deep El Tajo canyon, amazing views and lots of historical buildings dating back to the 15th and 16th centuries.   Ronda is well worth a wander if you are ever in that part of the world.  Along with the canyon and the old buildings,  the town is also famous because it is where modern bullfighting began, and every year there is a big festival to celebrate the fact.   I hope you enjoy the gallery.

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