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Updated on: December 25, 2018.

Dublin, album created on September 20, 2018

Two days in Dublin, during which we learned about the impact of the Great Hunger on the people who moved through Dublin, either voluntarily or involuntarily, during the famine of 1845-1852. We also mooched around the Liberties, saw some bits of medieval and Georgian Dublin and had a look at Dublin Castle. I did not see the Book of Kells, so don't ask me about that.

Belfast and County Antrim, album created on September 20, 2018

A brief though brilliant trip to Ireland in June 2018. We spent three days in Belfast learning about the Troubles, followed by a day trip to Giants Causeway and back to Belfast along the coastal route.

Worcester, album created on August 17, 2017

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All Present and Accounted For - 5 years ago

Well, almost all. Seems three or four of my nearly 4000 photos didn't transfer over to ipernity, but I can't figure out which they are. I'm currently bringing sets from F***r with ipernity's album importer, so maybe the AWOL photos will turn up in as I do that. (The album importer works like a charm -- I'm really impressed.) But I think I'll not be overly OCD about tracking down the errant photos. I continue to be impressed with the whole ipernity experience. I'm still finding my way around,…

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22 months ago.
Hello from the UK! Many thanks for the visit and follow.
3 years ago.
Rob McMonigal
Rob McMonigal
Some really great work here in areas I have a strong interest in (street art, ghost signs). Just moved over here from you-know-where so most of mine isn't set up yet.
4 years ago.
Some very nice captures MJ, keep up with the good work.
4 years ago.
Jen Pedler
Jen Pedler
See you're getting into folders too!
5 years ago.

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