In May 2005, I had the fortune of being in London, UK for the first time in my life. A grand total of about a day and a half. Didn’t see much — there’s a lot to see. I swore I’d return. Little did I know that I’d be there less than a year later. Only I wouldn’t be just in London. This trip took me to York, St. Albans, Glasgow, Ayr, Edinburgh, Belfast, Portrush, and Newtownards in the United Kingdom (England, Scotland, and Northern Ireland to be specific). Then through Castleblaney, Dublin, Tara, Trim, Clonmanoise, Shannonbridge, Doolin, Newmarket-on-Fergus, Bunratty, Cashel, Cahir, and Carrick-on-Suir.
All in just under three weeks. Way too little time for so much. And yes, a lot of photos. But would you expect any less from me?
(Incidentally, we started off in Montreal, Canada — the first 14 pictures are Montreal and area. Just in case you think it doesn’t really look like England. Which, of course, it shouldn’t.)