Saint Patrick Cross, Hill of Slane, Ireland.
A story behind: In the morning we crossed the flat Irish central plane driving west-east. The rain and dense fog was back again. Later we pulled off the M4 highway and headed north to see a castle of Trim. Afterwards we drove to a small village of Slane surrounded by rolling hills, meadows and rivers.
There we found a narrow street that finally led us to the Hill of Slane - one of the mythical Celtic and Christian places in Ireland, rich in history.
The weather didn´t improve. We were standing there alone. Somehow the bad weather synchronized ideally with the the Irish landscape and history.
Location: Hill of Slane, Ireland.
Date Taken: July 15th, 2009, 16:12