The place I have photographed most, its never the same

I see this view of Croagh Patrick most days driving out of our driveway as long as there are no clouds in the way .

Probably the reason I have so many photos of it, I have seen it most days of my life and I enjoy climbing it and taking photographs of it and it’s almost never the same.

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Croagh Patrick Wedding on Friday the 13th , American & Irish Wedding

A wedding on top of the Reek which is a rare sight and occasion. The priest was Fr John Kenny and the wedding party was from America with Irish roots, the flag I believe was supplied by Fr. John

Like a lot of churches it was cold and windy

Yes the ladies dressed up in all their finery which was no mean feat

and also the 3 bridesmaids and the bride. They carried their clothes up and changed up there …

It was great to see this wedding on Croagh Patrick as it doesn’t happen often

Croagh Patrick on Friday the 13th

A climb on Friday the 13th

Croagh Patrick, Sunset, Clew Bay and a good climb……

Croagh Patrick shadow from the sunset

and there’s a  clear sky, it should be a good sunset

mmmmm sunset???

Came down off the beaten track and it was a totally different climb,

its a badly stitched photo but give’s you an idea of the views… sorry about the photo…

this one was better

all taken last night Saturday the 9th,  was down at 11pm, beautiful evening and climb.

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Sunset from Croagh Patrick

It was that nice …..on the evening of May 25th….

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Croagh Patrick taken from the Mulranny side

Taken Tuesday afternoon  from the Mulranny road

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Croagh Patrick Panoramic Shot

Croagh Patrick

 

Taken this afternoon – a panoramic shot of Croagh Patrick

 

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