Tuesday, 27 July 2010

Day 6: Hill of Slane

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.

Hill of Slane, Ireland.

Date Taken: July 15th, 2009, 16:12



Marta said...

Dear Maciek, "the whole Irish package" looks absolutely awesome, you sure have talent for photography and majority of your pics are pure genius. Keep doing what you're doing and let us see it more often:)


Marta, Maniek, Dominika:)

Maciek said...

@Marta: Thank you for visiting and a kind comment. Całusy od nas!!!!