The historic County of Lough is steeped in a rich tapestry of Christian and pre-Christian monuments. This card features clockwise from top left: The Proleek Dolmen circa. 3,000 BC, the Monaster High Cross circa. 9th Century and the ruins of Castle Roach circa 12th Century.
Wednesday, May 4, 2011
The North Carolina lighthouses stand proudly as they guide ocean traffic carefully away from the dangerous shoals of the North Carolina coast. From south to north the lighthouses are: Oak Island, Bald Head Island, Cape Lookout, Ocracoke, Cape Hatteras, Bodie Island and Currituck Beach.via swap-bot: 2011 Postcard Swap #4 from travellady54