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Slemish Mountain where legend has it that Saint Patrick worked as a slave herding livestock. It is only 1500 feet high but it is a volcanic plug with a very distinctive shape that sits above the Antrim plateau.


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Date: Mon May 26, 2008
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Keywords: mountain volcanic plug county antrim plateau saint patrick slemish




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Beautiful scenery. Smile
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#1 Mon May 26, 2008 4:34pm

vab
Thank you very much Amanda. This is hdr and I debated upping the contrast but on this occasion I quite liked the softness - I thought it suited the legend and history - but I might be wrong! Viv
#2 Mon May 26, 2008 5:52pm

paulgibson2007
Hi Viv, been away for a while, just been looking through your stuff over the last months, my word you have been busy, and great shots as always, hope to keep up to date now..Paul. Thumbs Up!
#3 Mon May 26, 2008 9:28pm

fluffy
Another beautiful shot of your surrounds Viv....I love the soft light too, and the patchwork of greens.....I have noticed that on all the paddocks there seems to be little or no livestock?.....lovely scene.....SmileAlan


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#4 Mon May 26, 2008 9:30pm

desertpea
The green, green grass - very Irish (reminds me of England, too). Try cropping the bottom where that left stone wall begins (to get rid of that ugly patch of bitumen) and about 1 cm from the sky - make it more panoramic. For Alan - sigh! - there ain't no paddocks in Europe - there are FIELDS!!!! Wink Jan
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#5 Mon May 26, 2008 11:02pm

fluffy
sorry Mum Sad Alan
#6 Mon May 26, 2008 11:23pm

chappo1
Fantastic Viv....I need to come over or some lessons!
We had a trip away to North Eastern Victoria for a few days and my landscape shots would look better if I had left the lens cap on...john
We're off to see the Lizard~~the wonderful (sic) Lizard of Oz~~
#7 Tue May 27, 2008 1:37am

vab
Thanks Jan and John (sounds like my primary school first reading book!) Viv
#8 Tue May 27, 2008 10:14am

D.Newkirk
Perfect Viv! Thank you for the Information! Love to see these legendary places! Smile Daenna
#9 Wed May 28, 2008 2:04pm

Snap Happy
Clearly! Its Mother Earth lying on her side 'au naturel' You have a great eye for a shot Smile jOhN

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#10 Sun June 1, 2008 5:38pm

vab
Thank you Daenna and John. Lol John!! Viv
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