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Poulnabrone dolmen

Posted by
ursulakatariina (Ed, Sweden) on 27 September 2012 in Landscape & Rural.

This is one of the places we visited during our little weekend trip. Here is something about the dolmen: Poulnabrone dolmen.

Canon PowerShot SX30 IS 1/320 second F/8.0 ISO 200 5 mm

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gerard1948 from Santiago de Compostela, Spain

Excellent, very good idea to use black and white for this dolmen. The photo is beautiful with a nice composition. Great shot.

27 Sep 2012 5:52am

@gerard1948: Thank you. I thought it looks better black and white than with colours.

Jypyä Pop from Turku, Finland

Did you see the trolls and other mystical dolmen near?

27 Sep 2012 6:14am

@Jypyä Pop: No, I just saw one little Finnish pig close to the dolmen. :)

Christine from Ellemford, United Kingdom

Great angle and perfect in B&W, interesting info too

27 Sep 2012 6:39am

@Christine: Thank you!

Oiva from Turku, Finland

A stunning picture, these structures are amazing! How in the world they are sometimes erected? I guess the question is never anyone able to explain!:-))Haleja.

Good day for both of you!

27 Sep 2012 7:12am

@Oiva: Maybe it was built when there still were giants living on earth - they would have easily lifted those stones... :)

Have a great day!

Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

Nice in b&w, amazing what could be achieved all those years ago when a few minds worked together to create these memories to the dead.

27 Sep 2012 7:23am

@Curly: Sometimes I just wish it would be possible to go back in time just to see how they made all these things...

CElliottUK from Reading, United Kingdom

'Mazing to think that they could quarry the stone, cut it, drag it and erect it all those years ago. The family who did this must have been incredibly rich and powerful

27 Sep 2012 8:37am

@CElliottUK: It is really amazing that they could do all that back then...

Nicou from Sion, Switzerland

Quel dolmen et iamge sueprbe captage et découpage.

27 Sep 2012 3:10pm

@Nicou: Merci!

Denny Jump Photo from Easton, PA, United States

Just fascinating information and a great photo, Ursulakatariina! Really Well DOne here my firend - Cheers :-)

27 Sep 2012 4:20pm

@Denny Jump Photo: Thank you very much, Denny!

Philnz from Thames, New Zealand

Thanks for the info. What an interesting place. I like the black & white photo.

27 Sep 2012 8:58pm

@Philnz: Thank you!

omid from mashhad, Iran

very nice & wonderful!

27 Sep 2012 11:05pm

@omid: Thank you!

The Mouse from Glasgow, United Kingdom

How on earth did they get that up there? We need a crane.
Looks like a seat for a giant from this angle.

28 Sep 2012 3:34pm

@The Mouse: I really would like to travel back in time to see how they did it!
Maybe it was a seat for a giant...

Canon PowerShot SX30 IS
1/320 second
ISO 200
5 mm