Monday, October 3, 2011
This really impressive stone stands alone on a slight rise in a large field. Standing at over three metres high and close to one and a half metres wide, this up close has a big wow factor. Some idiot has carved his name into the bottom of the stone but it takes nothing away from this great site.
When i arrived at this site and started to make my way across the field i could not help but notice a lone raven atop of the stone (with about twenty flying around) very spooky.
Which probably had somthing to do with the below being fresh in my mind,
Posted by Tony Mulraney at Monday, October 03, 2011 3 comments:
Labels: cloghafarmore standing stone, cuchulains stone, historic sites of ireland, ireland, leinster, louth, raven, spooky, standing stone
Location: Rathiddy, Co. Louth, Ireland
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