Monday, January 30, 2006

30 January 2006

The view from Clonachullion Hill

half way up, looking North down at Turnip House.
Another day of uninterrupted sunshine
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Sunday, January 29, 2006

Saturday, January 28, 2006

28 January 2006

Saturday Morning Clonachullion Townland; Gorse and Thorn

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Thursday, January 26, 2006

25 January 2006

The 'Fairy Forth' taken from the front of the house
the stones in the trees are possibly the remains of a passage tomb, and are aligned to the mid summer sunrise to the right of this picture.
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Tuesday, January 24, 2006

24 January 2006 Spelga Reservoir

Situated in the heart of the High Mournes, Spelga reservoir is at the head of the river Bann.
This morning was clear, bright and mirror-calm

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Monday, January 23, 2006

23 january 2006

Monday Morning
This is the southern boundary wall of Tolleymore Park, looking from the Maria's Bridge River towards the King's Grave.

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Sunday, January 22, 2006

22 January 2006


Sunday afternoon, I'm cutting and chopping wood for the fires.

you can see that the gorse (whins) is already in flower; pretty early this year
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21 January 2006

Taken 11.00am a cold and bright day, striking cloud patterns. The sun is not yet risen from behind the Mountains Posted by Picasa

Saturday, January 21, 2006

Turnip House; In the Heart of the Mournes Posted by Picasa
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Kilkeel County Down

Just trying to get the hang of this blogging, thought I'd try another picture.

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Picture 20 January 2006


This is the start of the picture of the day blog from Turnip House
We will post a picture of the Mourne Mountains Ireland most days, on our website www.turniphouse.com

We will add the old pictures to this blog, and more hopefully!

Any comments welcome, if you want to see what the Mournes look like today, just ask!


20 January 2006

a bright cold day. Looking towards Slievenaman