Saturday, October 13, 2012

Cohb, Ireland

We spent a pleasant Sunday morning (before our Apple conference started) exploring the lovely seaside town of Cohb (pronounced Cove).

Cohb was the last port that the Titanic stopped at in 1912.  They were remembering this event during the 100 year anniversary.  

The town is very pretty with pastel colored houses with tall rooflines.

A beautiful cathedral - we had fun going around all the way around it and photographing all the interesting details.

Ornate hinges.

Happy gargoyle.

Lots of ivy growing out of the cracks in the rocks.

A rusty shamrock that was part of an iron fence.

It was fun to look at the tiny details to try to capture the essence of the town.

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