On the way home from Cookstown having done a short walk there in Cabin Wood, I returned via the “scenic” route, past Tullaghoge Rath. It is probably prehistoric, but better known for its connection to some of the ancient chieftains of Ulster, including the O’Neills, the last ceremonial inauguration being of Hugh O’Neill in 1593. I only had my phone with me and a short time to wander about this lovely place, but the pictures it takes are reasonable.
The views of the surrounding countryside are amazing!
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Wonderful views of sky, clouds and the greenest green fields and trees. Lucky you.
Yes, we’re very lucky. There was a lovely fresh breeze too.
Nicely captured, Ashley. I love the views up there. They’ve done great landscaping work, it used to just be a very steep farm track up but it’s more of a park now.
Thanks, Martin. It’s been many years since I was there and was pleased to wander up the new path.
Qué paisajes más bonitos; me encantan tus fotografías Un abrazo.
Thank you Barbara! A hug from me to you😊
Wow, I love the rich shades of green that color everything in your photos! This is the kind of place I would enjoy visiting! 🌞
It’s the rain that does it! 😊 Thanks for your comments, enjoy the holiday 🙏
You as well, Ashley! 🌞