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2017-03-31 Ancient Druid 22



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Image size
2713x4096px 1.94 MB
Shutter Speed
1/5 second
Focal Length
48 mm
ISO Speed
Date Taken
Feb 5, 2012, 9:37:02 PM
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menapia's avatar
When I was a schoolkid learning Irish Gaelic and having to read the Ulster Cycle of Irish legends there was a character in the stories called Caffa the High Druid of Ireland.

Those old stories are guaranteed to grab hold of your imagination and this picture is the nearest thing to how I imagined old Caffa the Druid.
He's a person mentioned in the story called "The Fate of the Son of Uisnach" which we had to read in the original Gaelic, it's a story as tragic as anything William Shakespeare might have written e.g. King Lear or Titus Andronicus(check out the film version with Anthony Hopkins playing Titus)…