October 7, 2015.
Our first stop in Killarney National Park was the ruin of Muckross Abbey.
A sacred ash grows up the middle of Muckross Abbey in Killarney National Park in Ireland.
A tiled floorplan of the ruin is itself in ruins. An angel, backdropped by fall colour, guards a tomb in the cemetery at Muckross Abbey.
Route on Lonely Planet map through Killarney National Park in Ireland.Artsy shots abound of this marvellous abbey, the first being the cemetery at the Abbey ‘painted’ in Psykopaint.The sacred ash the middle of Muckross Abbey ruin apped in Sketch Guru.Angel in the cemetery of Killarney National Park’s Muckross Abbey run through Pixlromatic.More on our 2015 trip to Ireland.
A place I would love to see, thanks for sharing these images
one of our favourite places too! Beautiful!
I seem to remember running around searching for an angel that had appeared in one of your many wondrous posts about the abbey…
I think that was me lol!
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