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One of the biggest changes in photography since its metamorphosis into a digital medium is the never ending carousel of equipment.  New Cameras, lenses, and ancillary devices hit the shelves every three to six months.  This creates a pleasurable problem for photo enthusiasts - too much equipment.  Even the most disciplined of us will eventually end up with a closet full of once useful digital camera equipment or even better a closet full of still useful camera equipment.  I considered myself a member of the latter group. So when it came time...
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  Our final day in Ireland started with William and I fly fishing for Salmon on the Ballynahinch river in the shadow of the Ballynahinch castle.  The salmon were not buying what we were offering but we still had a great morning of fly fishing.  After our fishing trip we packed the car and headed out on our last road trip to the town of Adare in southwest Ireland.  Our final destination is the elegant Adare Manor Castle.  This castle is set on many acres of well manicured grounds...
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Today we left beautiful Donegal for a three and hour drive down the west coast of Ireland to the mountainous region of Connemara.  The drive took us back though towns such as Silgo and Tuppercurry and new ones like Westport and Castlebar.  The drive through the region is one of the most visual in all of Ireland.  The area offers majestic mountains and charming seaside cottages, the landscape features many large rivers offering some of the best salmon and brown trout fly fishing in the country.  The many...
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