Lunchtime Talk w/ Jeff & Kerry-Historic Buildings


Journalist and filmmaker Tina Traster joined Jeff & Kerry to speak about her new documentary “This Home Matters.” The 30-minute documentary, This Property Matters, is a behind-the-scenes look at the successes and failures of trying to preserve and restore a number of English and Dutch sandstone historic homes in the the Hudson Valley. Visit www.ThisHouseMatters.com to discover much more.

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From: Jeff Lewis

Ruins of Derrynane Abbey, Ring of Kerry, Ireland
The ruins of Derrynane Abbey, Ring of Kerry, Ireland

Derrynane Abbey (Ahamore Abbey/Irish: Mainistir Achaidh Mhóir) is a ruined abbey in County Kerry, Republic of Ireland. It is situated close to the town of Caherdaniel and is very close to Derrynane Home, the home of Daniel O’Connell. Derrynane Abbey is on an island appropriately named Abbey Island. It is accessible from the mainland by way of a beach. It is believed to have been built in the 6th century.
The Abbey itself is quite ruined. There are only 3 interconnecting buildings of the abbey left, all with no a roof. The primary church, like the other buildings, is very overgrown and complete of graves, such as Mary O’Connell’s (wife of Daniel O’Connell) and the eighteenth-century Gaelic poet, Tomás Rua Ó Suilleabháin.
[wikipedia]
By Marcus Rahm on 2016-06-14 20:59:24
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30 comments

  1. aries_gwenn

    Perfect description for a perfect captured like this.. A real beauty Marcus!

  2. VERY WELL DONE, excellent shooting Matcus
    and ………………
    thank you for being so kind to comment my photos.
    I wish you a nice day,
    Luigi

  3. Wonderful capture of the ruins with a dramatic sky..a surreal atmosphere Marcus!

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