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CARLINGFORD, is a glacial fjord or sea inlet. The name comes from the Old Norse Kerlingfjǫršr, whch means "narrow sea-inlet of the hag. This is where the "Mountains of Mourne sweep down to the Sea". I was lucky enough to catch this view on a day when the cloud lay heavy on the mountains adding drama and atmosphere to this beautiful sea lough.

To the right are the Mourne Mountains of Northern Ireland, to the left is Slieve Foy in the Republic of Ireland.

NIKON D7000, SIGMA 10-20MM W/A. F18, F/L 14, EXP 1/25. ND HARD GRAD 0.9.

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