Muiredach’s High Cross, at Celtic Monasterboice, a 5th century Christian settlement in Ireland
Posted on 13 July 2014
by Anne-Sophie Redisch
in Ireland, Silent Sunday, Travel photos
Tags: Celtic Christian settlement County Louth Drogheda high cross historic Ireland Mainistir Bhuithe Monasterboice Muiredach's High Cross ruins
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…Wait, which County is this in (I believe I may have been there earlier this year)???…
Ah, how I love Celtic crosses–I find them somewhat eerie (I don’t know if that’s the exact word I’m looking for, though), yet beautiful just the same, :-)…
I like Celtic crosses, too. Something timeless about them.
Sophie I do enjoy your Silent Sunday series and this another great shot – I really like the perspective you used.
Thanks, Maria 🙂
Very impressive photo, no words needed indeed !
Fantastic photo – still haven’t managed to get across to Ireland 🙁
Hope you will soon., It’s a cool and mysterious country.
nice image still haven’t managed to get across to Ireland.Sophie I do enjoy your Silent Sunday series and this another great shot – I really like the perspective you used.
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