- Aperture: ƒ/3.1
- Camera: PENTAX Optio A20
- Focal length: 9.6mm
- ISO: 64
Inside the Cahergall Stone Fort, added Susan to give some idea of how massive these walls are. This is where we sat talking to Susan’s parents for a while on the non-tacking mobiles of the day. Interesting to think that back then having a small phone was a good thing and having them fir comfortably in pockets was a good thing, rather than the monsters we carry around now with 5″+ screens
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!
After a lot of trying we finally managed a hot air balloon flight in 2006, and what an absolute joy it was! And to top it all off we ended up being in the Love Balloon (VH-BPM).
A rare photo of us together on the beach. Here we are braving the Wellington wind by the Karori Rocks Lighthouse. There is a distinct lean on it, and it was designed to withstand the fearsome winds whipping between the North and South Islands. Karori Rocks also marks the point where the inter-island ferry swing around as they enter and leave Wellington Harbour.