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The Wall

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The Mourne Wall stretches over 15 peaks across the steep and rugged terrain of the Mourne Mountains.

A major feat of construction back in the day when built in the early twentieth century with the purpose of enclosing the Silent Valley Reservoir which is serving Belfast, and the aim of keeping roaming cattle and sheep away from the water.

This impressive dry stone wall made of granite rock is 1.5 metres high on average with a thickness of nearly 1 metre and leads all the way up to the highest peak of Northern Ireland – Slieve Donard is towering 853 metres above sea level.

Sally Gap

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Ireland, February 2020

Hazy Afternoon

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Blessington, Ireland – January 2020

The Sun Goes Down

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Yosemite Valley, December 2019 / Nikon D7100, Sigma 8-16mm

Lit Up Valley

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Yosemite Valley, December 2019

Mystical Valley

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Yosemite Valley, December 2019

Yosemite Panorama

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Yosemite National Park, December 2019

Tunnel View

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Yosemite National Park, December 2019

California Sunset

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La Conchita, California, December 2019