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Trim Castle, where a significant portion of Braveheart was filmed, with the river Boyne in the foreground. The river Boyne has a significant place in Irish history as it was where King James, the Catholic king, was defeated by William of Orange in The Battle of the Boyne in 1690.

On the left hand side of the picture are controversial new appartments. Initially the local people thought their scale would not fit the location. Now everyone is pleased with how they blend in with the surroundings.

I used perspective control in PS to straighten the edges because they were skewed by the severe wide angle lens.

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Additional Photos by Danny O'Brien (Valentia) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 146 W: 5 N: 168] (1522)
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