Northern Ireland – Part III.

Welcome back at the Northern Ireland series. I don’t have much time, so let’s go directly to pictures, because there is a lot to show!

The next day went some place close to the sea. I have no idea what was the name of the town.

Jaro and Vilko, enjoying the view over the sea.

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Let’s go to the beach.

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The unknown town.

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Jaro enjoying the sun and the bone.

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This picture was on Vilko’s request. When he’ll grow up big, he want to drive this car!

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After the visit of the town, we moved to another unkown place.

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Happy family, or maybe not!

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Bridge over troubled water!

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Even they were excited to pass the bridge, they were in rush.

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Yeah, we made it. And I was left behind on the other side. It’s not always good to be a photographer.

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Jaro and Kamila left their jackets on the other side of the bridge. But when they came over the other side, there was really windy, so they decided to hide in the grass.

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Aren’t they sweet?

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This was the view to the place with a name. Giant’s Causeway!!

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Another beautiful view nearby Giant’s Causeway.

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The person with the arms open is ME…. I was there too!!! BTW this is photography by Jaro Kukucka, but with my camera, so the picture is mine!

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Splash!!!

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The rock formations.

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After, we went to look at nearby castle.

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Under the castle there was a cave which leaded to the sea.

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There was a strong wind blowing through the cave.

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Dana and Roman flying in the wind.

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Father and daughter, on the way to home.

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There is one more part to come. But that will be last. Now I have to run to bake the cakes. We are having birthdayparty tomorrow!!! Erika is going to be 2 years old, and I was 29 10th of juni. So we are going to PARTY!

  • Birita Hansen - June 23, 2007 - 23:37

    Hey Martin

    Mær dámar væl bloggin hjá tær… Góðar myndir úr Norður Írlandi…. serliga væl dámar mær hasa við parinum á beinkinum…litirnir á myndunum eru ordiliga innbjóðandi….

    Eg skal bera tær alt tilfarið aftur, sum eg lánti frá tær, eftir summarferiuna…sera áhugavert og læruríkt at síggja….

    Birita

  • Martin - June 23, 2007 - 23:58

    Thank you Birita. You are welcome to keep it longer if you need.

  • garfild - June 24, 2007 - 02:14

    Looks like a great trip and good photos as always.
    Like this one very much:
    “The person with the arms open is ME…. I was there too!!! BTW this is photography by Jaro Kukucka, but with my camera, so the picture is mine!”
    🙂

  • jaro - June 25, 2007 - 12:42

    hello this comment is from jaro kukucka, and i think that the picture is mine anyway!! hehe

    the first unknown town is ballymoney, and the secont where is the rope bridge is called Carrick a Rede Rope Bridge. and last pictures is from Dunluce castle.

    martin, thanks for visit once again! lovely pictures! lovely camera!! lovely lenses…

  • jaro - June 25, 2007 - 12:47

    sorry the town is ballycastle…

    so many towns begins with Bally here in NI:)

  • Kamila - June 25, 2007 - 18:14

    Jaro enjoying the sun and the bone.

    HAHAHA

    lovely comments

  • Martin - June 26, 2007 - 00:19

    I see that it is popular to say “Lovely” in the Ireland.

    Jaro, thanks for the names of the places, I hoped that you will provide the informations.

  • Kamila - June 26, 2007 - 14:04

    Lovely!

  • gagi - June 26, 2007 - 22:08

    tusim si budem musiet zopakovat my english, aby som rozumela vlastnym detom…
    Lovely!

    dkuk

  • Martin - June 28, 2007 - 10:08

    To je ta dnesna doba, ked rodicia prestavaju rozumiet vlastnym detom. Aj ja s tym zacinam mat problemy. Ale aj sa pri nich nieco po fajersky naucim. Len smutne je ze oni ovladaju gramatiku lepsie ako ja.

  • gagi - June 29, 2007 - 14:07

    Aspon sa budes moct, Matko, na to vyhovorit, ked budu deticky chodit do skoly a bude sa s nimi treba ucit. Jednoducho to das na starost starym rodicom…a oni este budu vdacni, ze mozu tolko casu travit s vnuckami… Dobre si si to vymyslel…
    Vsetkych pozdravujem.

    dkuk

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