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Burren Signs

Signage in the village of Carran in the heart of the Burren, the Limestone landscape of County Clare. All Images © John Rattigan All Rights Reserved.

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Clare Villages

A sign against a gable wall in the village of Sixmilebridge, County Clare. All Images © John Rattigan All Rights Reserved.

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Grafton St.

Another Grafton Street - this one is in Newport, Rhode Island - is also a famous Irish street name. All Images © John Rattigan All Rights Reserved.

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Careful Now!

Safety first on a slipway at Kilmore Quay. All Images © John Rattigan All Rights Reserved

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The Burren Code

Signs promoting the Burren Code in English, French, Italian, Polish, Spanish and German. Apparently visitors to the Burren tend to break pieces of the limestone pavement to make little cairns. I've no idea why. In the background you can see two of the Aran Islands in the distance. Here's a link to the Burren Code online: www.burrenconnect.ie/burren_code/burren_code.html All Images © John Rattigan All Rights Reserved

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Ballyvaughan Signpost

A famous Irish signpost. All Images © John Rattigan All Rights Reserved

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Stop!

A junction in the north Clare village of Ballyvaughan. All Images © John Rattigan All Rights Reserved.

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Push Bike

I saw this in Kinvara, County Galway. The sign indicates that there is an unprotected quay ahead and somebody amusingly added a bike pushing the car over the edge. Research on Google led me to Vlady Art, the community artist responsible for this and other...um...defacements. All Images © John Rattigan All Rights Reserved.