Sunday, February 13, 2011

Day 5 – Cemetaries, Gardens and Wool(Part 2)

Sorry for the delay people, I've been having another hell of a good weekend. Here's your continued series!

 Just a random well, the top was grated off and nothing interesting was inside.
I did climb the tower, but the view from above wasn’t anything spectacular.


Remember how Gardens was plural?  I believe they had even more types of gardens I didn't get to see as well.





I have no idea what kinds of flowers these were


Barbed wire in a garden? It must be for my safety. What might lie in the dark forests of the Irish gardens, and will barbed wire truly keep us safe?
We wrapped around and eventually came back into the clearing at the far end from where we started.

Not out of time yet, we continued wandering and followed signs to the…


That ends our time at the Powerscourt Gardens, next post I'll finish up our day which included Avoca Weavers and a trip to Glendalough.

And a bonus question for everyone: I know these are very picture-heavy posts, does anyone find the load times too long? Should I reduce the amount of posts visible on the main page?

19 comments:

  1. Would love to see how the cemeteraies look at night

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  2. looks like youve been having a lot of fun man. and the load time is fine :)

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  3. Mine loaded almost instantly. Don't sweat it.

    And that waterfall... gorgeous.

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  4. Wow amazing photos, these gardens are amazing!

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  5. Some great pictures. I love wandering around cemeteries. Some say too much...

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  6. pictures are great and that garden is so breath taking

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  7. Nice pics, my internet is fast enough to not worry about load tiems :)

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  8. great pic and great blog
    following and supporting

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  9. Holy shit it's soooo green! Not used to all that being from the desert... :<

    I love that garden waterfall statue.

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  10. personally i find the load times tolerable. you could use a jump break on the main page if you wanted. might help out some as i usually load a ton of blogs at once but that's just me.

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  11. Load times are fine for me,but I've got a high end computer and equally capable internet, so I'm probably more of an outlier. Anyway, beautiful pictures. The foliage on that tower is particularly striking.

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  12. that waterfall looks awesome!
    all nice pictures!!

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  13. It would've been cool walking around in a suit of armor in some of these places.

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  14. soooo beautiful, love the pics

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  15. I love how the moss greens up the concrete.
    nice touch of nature

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