Ireland Revisited: Photo Album Index


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Betty Nolan at Carlow's Barrowville Town House


Betty Nolan with Irish breakfast in Barrowville's conservatory


Betty bikes Dingle Peninsula
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Lewis Nolan in Carlow, seat of ancient O'Nolan clan homelands


Lewis Nolan by centuries-old Nolan gravestones in Templepeter Cemetery


Betty Nolan at entrance to Waterford's Heritage Museum


Lewis Nolan with pint of Guiness at Reginald's Pub in Waterford


Betty Nolan by Waterford Crystal Factory's display case


Lewis Nolan at Youghal harbor


Betty Nolan at hillside cemetery of Youghal's Catholic Collegiate Church


Betty Nolan at Dingle's main street that faces harbor


Lewis Nolan in Dingle residential street near town center

Lewis & Betty on boat in Dingle Bay
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Lewis & Betty Nolan on Fungie watch excursion boat in Dingle Bay


Betty Nolan at Wine Rock Guest House near Dingle


Betty Nolan (right) served breakfast by Wine Rock's Noreen


Betty Nolan by wave-scoured rock formation at Dingle's Clogher Beach


Lewis Nolan on Slea Head Drive overlook on Dingle Peninsula


Betty Nolan by blooming flowers near Bee Hive Huts on Slea Head


Lewis Nolan with Mara O'Houlihan, movie extra and owner of ancient land


Betty Nolan by famed pottery operation with a priceless view


Betty Nolan on Slea Head Drive overlook on Dingle Peninsula


Lewis Nolan enjoys a pint of Guiness at Ballydavid's Tigh T.P.'s pub

Lewis enjoys Guiness at Ballydavid
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Betty Nolan on steep path down to quay for ferry boats

Great Blasket Island is in background, five miles out at sea


Betty Nolan amid ruins of Great Blasket Island cottages


Lewis & Betty Nolan at Kinsale, south of Cork


Betty Nolan at Inch's wide strand


Betty Nolan at ruins of Kilmalkedar Church, built in 12th Century


Betty Nolan at Gallarus Oratory, Christian church built in 8th Century


Lewis Nolan at little-visited famine cemetery on Dingle hillside


Betty Nolan takes a break at Brandan Creek on Dingle Peninsula

Betty in Dingle's harbor area
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Lewis & Betty Nolan at monument to St. Brendan near Brandan Creek

Irish believe he set sail from site and discovered America in 6th Century


Betty Nolan at Cliffs of Mohr on foggy, windy day


Lewis Nolan at crossroads in Ballinasloe, County Galway


Cheerless building in Strokestown compound, site of Famine Museum


Betty Nolan in Donegal's town center


Lewis Nolan in Killibegs, an important seaport in Northwest Ireland


Betty Nolan at Pedigo, border of Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland


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