MM 3-43 Ross Castle in Killarney

We spent a week visiting relatives in County Down, Northern Ireland in 2002 and then we rented a car in Belfast and drove all over the Republic of Ireland for another four weeks. About three weeks into this tour we found ourselves in County Kerry and we spent a couple of nights in Killarney.  On our second day there we walked across the bridge to Killarney National Park and visited Ross Castle on the shores of Lough Leane and I took this picture.

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Ross Castle near Killarney, County Kerry, Ireland.

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The castle was built by the O’Donoghue family in the 15th century and was later taken over by the Browne family.  The castle served as a military barracks for most of the 17th and 18th centuries.  Killarney National Park was created in the 1930s and expanded to include Ross Castle in the 1970s.

Australian Photographer Leanne Cole hosts the weekly Monochrome Madness Challenge. Visit her website on Thursdays (Wednesdays in Europe and North America) to see what photographers from all over the world are doing in monochrome these days.

 

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I am a family man with interests in family history, photography, history and travel.
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6 Responses to MM 3-43 Ross Castle in Killarney

  1. Peter Klopp says:

    This monochrome photo with a touch of vignette is truly a piece of art. Congratulations!

  2. great processing with vignette! I love Ross Castle and Muckross House – and the whole area!!

  3. Amy says:

    A magnificent castle! Beautifully done!

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