"Life is always walking up to us and saying, "Come on in, the living's fine," and what do we do? Back off and take its picture."
This is my wonderful family in the remains of the Rock of Cashel, in what was once the Cathedral. Cashel is located in South Central Ireland, just East of Tipperary. Cashel was a relatively large church or cathedral soon after 1101, and was still used by the Church of Ireland until 1749, when the old site was abandoned. It was taken into State Care as National Monuments and conservation work in 1875. In 1975 major restoration began taking place.
It is truly a beautiful and majestic place to visit. One can understand man's reasoning for tall "cathedral ceilings" standing in this structure; makes you want to look up;)
So, I'm off to live today (at my shop), and I just might also take some pictures. Peace.