Saturday, 23 June 2007

Carlingford Lough

A container ship travelling along Carlingford Lough this afternoon. The lough forms part of 'the border' - in the photograph below, the mountains rising to the left are in Northern Ireland, those on the right are in Southern Ireland.


7 comments:

Dr. A. said...

so this is where you've been today -- and missed the 2nd Belfast carnival (what a shame)

Dr. A. said...

... and your photos are excellent - you do have a keen eye.

blueboat said...

I know, but brazilian samba, under a grey sky seemed just too depressing. Was it any good?

Dr. A. said...

not too bad -- the samba was amusing. Not elegant but amusing (c:
I have posted some photos on my blog. None of the samba dancers though.

MLL said...

Hello dr.a, what a surprise to "see" you here. Yes, a good blog too, isn't it ? I like visiting both of you _ I don't often leave comments to tell it, I've become more "shy" thesedays_ or should I say "descreet" ? _ but to me, you're a good "tandem" :)
Have a nice sunday, blueboat and dr.a.

Aigars Bruvelis said...

WOWOWOWOW. Its on my desktop background at work:):)

Dr. A. said...

Thanks MLL, not really a surprise to see you here (I know you are interested in Belfast and Ireland) - I think between us we are covering most of Belfast - we may duplicate occassionally but I think it's interesting to see sombody else's take on things.