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The Mayo Photographic Club
27, May 2017 - 09:47
Greenway 2 - from Newport to Mulranny
16, Mar 2014 - 11:51
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Cyclists taking advantage of the sunny day heading through Newport to reconnect with the Greenway.
There's one crossing point as the Greenway switches to the north side of the main road.
The old bridge at Furnace.
Looking across the salty Lough Furnace.
A couple of large crows - an unkindness of Ravens.
A dad tows his young child behind
All cyclists today no other walkers.
Lots of beautiful small lakes.
Just 12km to go now!
Old cable reels put to artistic use - John Brady's 'The Cart'
On the other side of the bay the Reek is shrouded in sea fog.
Under the cut stone bridge.
Wooden bridge over the stream.
Stepping stones fording the river
Old stone ruin - the characteristic pink sandstone of the area
Walkers have to listen out for cyclists coming up behind them.
Stonechat on a wire
An island for every day of the year in Clew Bay - this one is surely for today - the Ides of March.
Another 3km to go - feet getting sore now.
The old railway bridges were well made - approaching Mulranny now.
Panorama looking out above Mulranny
Above the rooftops of Mulranny.
Not quite a selfie but casting a long shadow as sunset approaches at the end of the walk.
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