293/365: The Round Tower in Glendalough stands 33 meters above the ground. It was built almost 1000 years ago by the monks of St. Kevin’s monastery. The conical roof had to be replaced in 1876 when it was struck by lightning. The towers were called “Cloigtheach”, meaning bell tower, suggesting their main use. The towers were sometimes used as a place of refuge for monks when the monastery was under attack. They also served as both as lookout posts and as beacons for approaching monks and pilgrims.
291/365: Dublin at night. Still exhausted and recovering after an awesome trip...and first time all year that I missed my photo of the day. So catching up starting with a photo from the last night of my trip. Mighty sleepy but still wishing I was back there...
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"Travel makes one modest. You see what a tiny place you occupy in the world." I'm just one of those people who cannot imagine a life in one spot in this big world. Not when there are so many adventures like this to be had.