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lennyantonelli
2012-12-13 18:09:28
Looking for photos of Dublin Mtns
Hey folks, I'm writing an article on the Dublin Mountains Way and am scouring for photos of the section I walked to accompany it. Not only was the day I did it the greyest and mistiest I've encountered in a while, my camera battery also died early in the day (my fault entirely), so photography was impossible.

I'm looking for photos in and around the western section of the way, so that would include the Glensamole reservoir and surrounding valley (eg Glassamucky), Cruagh, Tibradden, Two Rock/Fairycastle and Three Rock. Photos don't need to be taken from the DMW itself necessarily. And I'm not after professional shots, really just anything bright and clear with decent composition would be wonderful and hugely appreciated. Drop me an email at lenny.antonelli [at] gmail.com or private message me if you think you can help, I'm under a bit of a tight deadline (tomorrow to be precise!) so the sooner the better would be great.

Thanks a million,

Lenny

An addendum: thanks very much to aidand and jackill for their response to my question on poison a while back. And also congrats to Brendan on his fantastic achievement - well done sir.
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