After a forced hiatus caused by poor weather and illness, the ruin hunter finally got back on the road today. Assisted by the youngest of my little ruin hunters Dylan, we got to visit two new sites in Kildare to add to the database. The conditions were not exactly perfect to capture some stunning shots, but who cares? We got out, did some exploring, and I got some nice images in the bag so to speak. So hopefully this will be the start of what I hope to be a busy and eventful year. Here I have posted just a taster of where we visited today. Can anyone guess the place names??? Watch out for the final set of images coming later this week.
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