Northern Ireland - Dunluce Castle

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Camera
NIKON D80
Aperture
f/11.0
Shutter speed
1/60 sec
Focal length (as set)
70.0 mm
Sensitivity
ISO 200
Lens
18-70mm f/3.5-4.5 G

part of the castle including the kitchens fell into the sea; seven cooks went with the kitchens but an itinerant cobbler was said to have survived in a corner of the vanished room. -- http://www.northantrim.com/dunlucehistory1.htm

There is also a small, friendly cottage at the entrance which is either witches' place or a sidhe mould. The only thing we wished for after Dunluce Castle was a warm soup - food of the day: soup! The brought out brown bread with butter for Nora and white bread without butter for me - just as we like it, without ever asking. And their cakes are delicious as well.

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