- Aperture: ƒ/4.3
- Camera: PENTAX Optio A20
- Focal length: 16.3mm
- ISO: 64
The window that I went flying through at Ballcarberry Castle.
There is nothing like climbing all the way up to the top of a keep and then leaning over the edge of the wall backward apparently risking a great fall. But such is the price of kissing the Blarney Stone!
The north wall of Blarney Castle showing the rock it was built on, and of. The base was used as the quarry for the stone used in its construction. The seam down the middle shows the two phases of construction, with the right hand side being the original tall thin tower. The bay window is in the earl’s bedchamber.