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I live in a camper van with a couple of West Highland Terriers for company.
My passion is photography but it is a work in progress.
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Wednesday, 9 March 2011

SUNDAY MORNING (07/03/11)

Or the morning after the Saturday night, to tell the truth it was almost the afternoon after. A glorious day whatever time of day it was.

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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA A couple of Tan Hill Panoramas and a large rock to open. That’s enough fresh air the musicians were back in business. Stamina is what they have.

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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA          That’s all from The Tan Hill Inn till next time which at the moment looks as if it will be Easter.

Thank you to The Dogs of Tralee and to Ian Anderson for a memorable and most enjoyable weekend.

12 comments:

  1. This feeling: I think it's called envy.

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  2. Graham if you are in the area then they have a website with live band details.

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  3. Thanks for the report on this Adrian.....Like gb I am now suffering with envy..!!

    -Trevor

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  4. Brilliant pictures, and The Dogs of Tralee, they play my type of music.

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  5. I could sit in a Pub like that for hours listening to the music and watching the people. My problem is they tend to kick me out for lack of spending, I don't drink.

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  6. Trevor, this blog is the diary of an Old Age Traveller. I'm not that old but have had a hard life.
    It's a great place and unique, I suspect. There are other pubs that could do it but the staff here are working a virtual forty hour shift on busy weekends. Hard graft! The lights are new. Next time I will set up with a tripod and do grey card checks. The old ways are still the best.

    Bob, a nightmare strong sun streaming in through a window. I wanted to draw the curtains but the boss wouldn't hear of it. It's a rare occurrence is sun........put up with it your photos are crap anyway.

    Dale, they would welcome you with open arms. Twenty times the profit in soft drinks. Also it is a family environment. Yes there is bad language but no worse than a school play ground and the words are used to better effect. In the previous video I did put a filter on the little children dancing...........It's a sad world......the mothers were lovely though. Sorry delete mothers replace with mums. Forgot which language I was writing in for a minute.

    Keith, we will be up there at Easter. Drive up. No big bands on but there will be music, a walk or two, a beer or ten, dogs and animals by the dozen. Best of all nothing for miles. Not that one can tell most of the time as you are enveloped in cloud.

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  7. You have captured some great moments there Adrian. I love shots where people are not posing and just being themselves. These are great!

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  8. Oh that looks like fun. You sure have captured the spirit of the day. Wonderful pics.

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  9. Angie, bands are easy, they are used to being snapped. The two ladies in the previous post were hard work. the light was awful but they are just about resurrected.

    Hilary, spirit about sums up the weekend on the previous post I shot half the video sideways. What a Muppet I am.

    Laura, it's like being on top of the world.

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  10. Fantastic photos - thank you!!

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