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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean View Post
    Added the regional group for you guys..

    Thanks for the suggestion Peter.
    Thanks Sean

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    if its a busy site, perhaps the earlier the better??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fintan View Post
    if its a busy site, perhaps the earlier the better??
    Yes and as there is a lot to see and do I suggest we aim for 10am. Would that be too early for anyone? I can be there earlier or later so I don't mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thefizz View Post
    Yes and as there is a lot to see and do I suggest we aim for 10am. Would that be too early for anyone? I can be there earlier or later so I don't mind.

    Peter
    I have no problem with 10am (or earlier) but happy to go along with whatever suits everyone else.

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    I want to take the photograph I think I'm taking

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    I'd say the earliest i could manage would be 8am, so anytime after would suit me.

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    An earlier time is definitely better, having recently spent a day shooting in Glendalough, sometime around between 11am and 12pm the tour groups began in earnest and the patient tapping of feet until they moved on became harder..
    Not that I'm impatient of course .. :rolleyes:
    8/9am seems a good start, but I'm happy to go along with whatever you all decide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Síle View Post
    An earlier time is definitely better, having recently spent a day shooting in Glendalough, sometime around between 11am and 12pm the tour groups began in earnest and the patient tapping of feet until they moved on became harder..
    Not that I'm impatient of course .. :rolleyes:
    8/9am seems a good start, but I'm happy to go along with whatever you all decide.

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    Well I am very impatient so I have no problem being there between 8 and 9am.
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    Due to the early start, i'm thinking of maybe driving on the Friday night and staying in a B&B in Shannonbridge. If anyone else wants to do that, let me know and we can meet up for a drink.

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    I had thought of the same Peter, and am looking into a few options, B&B and hotels in the area.. I'll keep looking, or I could simply get up the night before the day after ... and see you all one way or other!
    6am is the day before right??
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    If you saw a man drowning and you could either save him or photograph the event...what kind of film would you use?

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    count me in, too.

    i think i'll def. be coming up the day before because, at least according to the bus eireann website, it takes 5 hours from cork. can that really be the case? my geography is a little shaky... please help me out with some travel tips!

    :-)

    catherine

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