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    mdonnelly is offline Registered User
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    Default Sunset over Carrickfergus

    Last night's sunset. Lovely couple of hours out in Belfast Lough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdonnelly View Post
    Last night's sunset. Lovely couple of hours out in Belfast Lough.
    As the song goes: I wish I were in Carrickfergus... Quite fitting

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    Default Sunset over Carrickfergus

    I am amazed, that Photoshop "Rain Removal Tool" is clearly an excellent bit of software.
    One would almost think you were out sailing in the dry which is of course unheard of in those parts.

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    If it isn't raining, it's either just stopped or just about to begin, surely?

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    Default Sunrise....

    you guess where..
    but to make is a tiny bit easier it is near my cruising ground..
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    Life is too short to drink bad wine

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    I would not recommend Carrickfergus - a rather "rough" lot ashore. If you want a nice friendly place to go ashore in NI then it's Ardglass, Bangor, or Ballycastle.

    My advice is to avoid Carrickfergus at all costs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pleiades View Post
    I am amazed, that Photoshop "Rain Removal Tool" is clearly an excellent bit of software.
    One would almost think you were out sailing in the dry which is of course unheard of in those parts.

    Robin
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    First pleasant evening in several weeks! Belfast Lough is a lovely place to sail. Belfast, Bangor and carrickfergus all within a couple of hours sailing. 4 hours to Portpatrick or Glenarm. Not too busy with shipping. I like it here :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by kyleview View Post
    I would not recommend Carrickfergus - a rather "rough" lot ashore. If you want a nice friendly place to go ashore in NI then it's Ardglass, Bangor, or Ballycastle.

    My advice is to avoid Carrickfergus at all costs.
    Bollicks. Nothing wrong with Carrick.

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    + 1 I have had many a good time there (perhaps to many) like any town there may be the odd "rough bar" but I am probably barred from them by now

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    And then a nice drop of black stuff in the Windrose followed by steak and champ. Life doesn't get any better.

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