A View From Loughcrew

Susan Isabella  Sheehan

SANTA CLARA, United States

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After spending time in Kells visiting Saint Colmcilles, we drove South along many beautiful country roads to find our way to Loughcrew.

Originally called Slieve na Calliagh, which means Hill of the Witch, this tumulus predates the Pyramids of Egypt by thousands of years. Adjacent tumulus were unfortunately damaged when the owner of the property decided to do his own archaeological diggings. We walked along a narrow sheep trail, wending our way to the top, and when we arrived, we were still not at the top. Tom climbed a very steep path, and was able to see the passage tomb and capture some magnificent shots of it, along with the mythological Hags Bench. Whilst I waited for him, I gazed out upon the pastureland towards the Hill of Tara. This is part of the view which I could see, and we actually created a panorama of the set of images we were able to capture . So beautiful!!!

Image and text created by Susan Isabella Sheehan
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