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I’ve posted a number of images from a recent trip to Greystones (and here) earlier this week and thought I would finish the week with one more image from the same outing. After the Sunrise in Greystones (and a well earned breakfast and a couple of coffee’s) it was time to head up to Glendalough in Laragh. I cannot count the amount of times I have visited this place over the last few years. There was one ‘classic’ image from this location that I have wanted to capture for a while now and decided today was the day to do it.
This image is taken just beneath the bridge beside the visitors centre and looks back into the monastic settlement with the Round Tower very prominent using its 30 meter height to full advantage.
Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Lens: Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM
Exposure: 41 secs
Focal Length: 20mm
ISO Speed: 50