nope - its not a graveyard
feelin an urge to go and findi tomorrow so, I think I recognise that gate
Is it in one of the convents in New Ross?
Correct - Its the Mount Carmel Churchyard
Sea-shell house and thatched cottage ..........in a scenic location ?
Bannow I believe.
No - I don't think so
right general area. It's cullenstown is it?
Well unless I missed some memo over the weekend and cullenstown has seceeded from the parish Bannow would be a perfectly acceptable answer.
Also, what's with all the interest in the parish, I know its the centre of the civilized universe an all but if ya keep post in pics of it we'lk be overrun with foreignists gawkin at stuff
Cullenstown is one of only a handful of beaches in Wexford that has a 'Green Coast' award .
It is already well advertised here , even with photos :
So don't have any particular fixation / fascination with this area , other than enjoying its coastline .
was watchin that Coast program on BBC2 they had a bit about Rare whistling sand Beaches, where the sand squeaks when you walk on it, apparently its quite rare to find sand like it,they said there were about 30 in the British Isles, and Bannow Island is oneof those
The old bridge at Ferry Carrig (sic) and it looks like it was intended for thrill seekers only! The round tower looks a bit shook too and I will come back to it tomorrow with another strange photograph.
Ferrycarrig an interesting aerial view from the south but is it my imagination or is something missing?
I knew the creative man who did this work on his house.
This thread seems to have died a death so I'm posting this pic for which I need a definitive location - i.e. it's not a competition. Thanks in advance.