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The Finea 5KM Road Race March 2014
The Finea 5KM Road Race March 2014
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-03-23 14:16:51
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°46'51"N - 7°23'25"W
  • This is a photograph from the 3rd running of the Finea 5KM Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Finea, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Sunday 23rd March 2014 at 12:00. The race is organised in conjunction with the Castletown Finea Coole and Whitehall GAA club which is an amalgamation club of the GAA clubs of the surrounding parishes. Whilst the numbers were lower than the races from 2013 there was still a great local country atmosphere with runners, joggers, and walkers enjoying the cold but dry and sunny weather for the race. There was a great spread of refreshments provided in Fitzsimons Bar after the race. A full set of photographs from today's race is available on our Flickr photostream in this set: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157642756508483/ Reading on a Smartphone or tablet? Don't forget to scroll down further to read more about this race and see important Internet links to other information about the race! You can also find out how to access and download these photographs. This race is unique in the fact that it provided participants with the opportunity to compete in a race in two counties (Westmeath and Cavan) and two provinces (Ulster and Leinster) in Ireland during the same race. The race started on the Cavan side of the famous bridge of Finea and finished on the banks of the river. Finea is a beautiful Irish village which is well known for its scenery and it's position in the beautiful landscape of North Westmeath amongst the lakes and hills. The race crosses the River Inny which provides a natural drainage river between Lough Kinale to the south and the much larger Lough Sheelin [en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lough_Sheelin] to the north. The race was well stewarded at all road junctions. Water was provided at the 3KM mark. Course: The race starts and finishes at either side of the Bridge of Finea. The Bridge End Bar was the start where the race went out 400m on the Granard road and runners turned around at cone and headed back into Co. Westmeath over the bridge and the 1km mark. Following the Castlepollard Road the race took at left at the 2km and followed a loop back past the National School and back into Finea village again for a finish down on the banks of the River Inny. The course was a tough undulating course but fair. Any short hills were balanced out by adequate down-hill the other side. The stewards provided excellent traffic management on what is a busy section of road between the 1st KM and the final KM and the finish. Location Map: Start/finish and registration took place at the Bridge (see Google StreetView Image here goo.gl/maps/1Zqek) Refreshments: There was a very impressive selection of refreshments including sandwiches and home-made breads in Fitzsimon's Bridge End Bar afterwards. Some Useful Links Our Photographs on Flickr from the Finea 5KM - August 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635178384858/ Where is Finea? (Google Maps) goo.gl/maps/P419C Where is Finea? (OpenStreetMap) osm.org/go/etif8ja?m= Where is Finea? (Ordnance Survey Ireland) maps.osi.ie/publicviewer/#V1,640177,781454,7,10 Wikipedia Page about Finea: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finnea FACEBOOK Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2013 www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight (Requires Facebook Access) Facebook Event Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2014: www.facebook.com/events/1401167980152954/?ref=ts&fref=ts (Requires Facebook Access) CFCW GAA Facebook www.facebook.com/pages/Castletown-Finea-Coole-Whitehall-G... The song which immortalised the Bridge of Finea - 'Come back Paddy Reilly' by Percy French - sung here by Paddy Reilly [www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGmrpMT0-yo] and lyrics [www.lyricsfreak.com/i/irish+music/come+back+paddy+reilly_...] FAcebook Photographs www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight/media_set?set=a.57172... We use Creative Commons Licensing for these photographs We use the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License for all our photographs here in this photograph set. What does this mean in reality? The explaination is very simple. Attribution- anyone using our photographs gives us an appropriate credit for it. This ensures that people aren't taking our photographs and passing them off as their own. This usually just mean putting a link to our photographs somewhere on your website, blog, or Facebook where other people can see it. ShareAlike – anyone can use these photographs, and make changes if they like, or incorporate them into a bigger project, but they must make those changes available back to the community under the same terms. Creative Commons aims to encourage creative sharing. See some examples of Creative Commons photographs on Flickr: www.flickr.com/creativecommons/ Can I use these photographs directly from Flickr on my social media account(s)? Yes - of course you can! Flickr provides several ways to share this and other photographs in this Flickr set. You can share to: email, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Tumblr, LiveJournal, and Wordpress and Blogger blog sites. Your mobile, tablet, or desktop device will also offer you several different options for sharing this photo page on your social media outlets. We take these photographs as a hobby and as a contribution to the running community in Ireland. Our only "cost" is our request that if you are using these images: (1) on social media sites such as Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, Twitter,LinkedIn, Google+, etc or (2) other websites, blogs, web multimedia, commercial/promotional material that you must provide a link back to our Flickr page to attribute us. This also extends the use of these images for Facebook profile pictures. In these cases please make a separate wall or blog post with a link to our Flickr page. If you do not know how this should be done for Facebook or other social media please email us and we will be happy to help suggest how to link to us. How can I download these pictures to my computer or device? You can download the photographic image here direct to your computer or device. This version is the low resolution web-quality image. How to download will vary slight from device to device and from browser to browser. However - look for a symbol with three dots 'ooo' or the link to 'View/Download' all sizes. When you click on either of these you will be presented with the option to download the image. Remember just doing a right-click and "save target as" will not work on Flickr. How can I get full resolution, print-quality, copies of these photographs? If you just need these photographs for online usage then they can be used directly once you respect their Creative Commons license and provide a link back to our Flickr set if you use them. For offline usage and printing all of the photographs posted here on this Flickr set are available free, at no cost, at full image resolution. Please email petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com with the links to the photographs you would like to obtain a full resolution copy of. We also ask race organisers, media, etc to ask for permission before use of our images for flyers, posters, etc. We reserve the right to refuse a request. In summary please remember when requesting photographs from us - If you are using the photographs online all we ask is for you to provide a link back to our Flickr set or Flickr pages. You will find the link above clearly outlined in the description text which accompanies this photograph. Taking these photographs and preparing them for online posting does take a significant effort and time. We are not posting photographs to Flickr for commercial reasons. If you really like what we do please spread the link around your social media, send us an email, leave a comment beside the photographs, send us a Flickr email, etc. If you are using the photographs in newspapers or magazines we ask that you mention where the original photograph came from. I would like to contribute something for your photograph(s)? Many people offer payment for our photographs. As stated above we do not charge for these photographs. We take these photographs as our contribution to the running community in Ireland. If you feel that the photograph(s) you request are good enough that you would consider paying for their purchase from other photographic providers or in other circumstances we would suggest that you can provide a donation to any of the great charities in Ireland who do work for Cancer Care or Cancer Research in Ireland. I ran in the race - but my photograph doesn't appear here in your Flickr set! What gives? As mentioned above we take these photographs as a hobby and as a voluntary contribution to the running community in Ireland. Very often we have actually ran in the same race and then switched to photographer mode after we finished the race. Consequently, we feel that we have no obligations to capture a photograph of every participant in the race. However, we do try our very best to capture as many participants as possible. But this is sometimes not possible for a variety of reasons:      ►You were hidden behind another participant as you passed our camera      ►Weather or lighting conditions meant that we had some photographs with blurry content which we did not upload to our Flickr set      ►There were too many people - some races attract thousands of participants and as amateur photographs we cannot hope to capture photographs of everyone      ►We simply missed you - sorry about that - we did our best! You can email us petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com to enquire if we have a photograph of you which didn't make the final Flickr selection for the race. But we cannot promise that there will be photograph there. As alternatives we advise you to contact the race organisers to enquire if there were (1) other photographs taking photographs at the race event or if (2) there were professional commercial sports photographers taking photographs which might have some photographs of you available for purchase. You might find some links for further information above. Don't like your photograph here? That's OK! We understand! If, for any reason, you are not happy or comfortable with your picture appearing here in this photoset on Flickr then please email us at petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com and we will remove it as soon as possible. We give careful consideration to each photograph before uploading. I want to tell people about these great photographs! Great! Thank you! The best link to spread the word around is probably http://www.flickr.com/peterm7/sets This is a photograph from the 3rd running of the Finea 5KM Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Finea, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Sunday 23rd March 2014 at 12:00. The race is organised in conjunction with the Castletown Finea Coole and Whitehall GAA club which is an amalgamation club of the GAA clubs of the surrounding parishes. Whilst the numbers were lower than the races from 2013 there was still a great local country atmosphere with runners, joggers, and walkers enjoying the cold but dry and sunny weather for the race. There was a great spread of refreshments provided in Fitzsimons Bar after the race. A full set of photographs from today's race is available on our Flickr photostream in this set: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157642756508483/ Reading on a Smartphone or tablet? Don't forget to scroll down further to read more about this race and see important Internet links to other information about the race! You can also find out how to access and download these photographs. This race is unique in the fact that it provided participants with the opportunity to compete in a race in two counties (Westmeath and Cavan) and two provinces (Ulster and Leinster) in Ireland during the same race. The race started on the Cavan side of the famous bridge of Finea and finished on the banks of the river. Finea is a beautiful Irish village which is well known for its scenery and it's position in the beautiful landscape of North Westmeath amongst the lakes and hills. The race crosses the River Inny which provides a natural drainage river between Lough Kinale to the south and the much larger Lough Sheelin [en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lough_Sheelin] to the north. The race was well stewarded at all road junctions. Water was provided at the 3KM mark. Course: The race starts and finishes at either side of the Bridge of Finea. The Bridge End Bar was the start where the race went out 400m on the Granard road and runners turned around at cone and headed back into Co. Westmeath over the bridge and the 1km mark. Following the Castlepollard Road the race took at left at the 2km and followed a loop back past the National School and back into Finea village again for a finish down on the banks of the River Inny. The course was a tough undulating course but fair. Any short hills were balanced out by adequate down-hill the other side. The stewards provided excellent traffic management on what is a busy section of road between the 1st KM and the final KM and the finish. Location Map: Start/finish and registration took place at the Bridge (see Google StreetView Image here goo.gl/maps/1Zqek) Refreshments: There was a very impressive selection of refreshments including sandwiches and home-made breads in Fitzsimon's Bridge End Bar afterwards. Some Useful Links Our Photographs on Flickr from the Finea 5KM - August 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635178384858/ Where is Finea? (Google Maps) goo.gl/maps/P419C Where is Finea? (OpenStreetMap) osm.org/go/etif8ja?m= Where is Finea? (Ordnance Survey Ireland) maps.osi.ie/publicviewer/#V1,640177,781454,7,10 Wikipedia Page about Finea: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finnea FACEBOOK Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2013 www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight (Requires Facebook Access) Facebook Event Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2014: www.facebook.com/events/1401167980152954/?ref=ts&fref=ts (Requires Facebook Access) CFCW GAA Facebook www.facebook.com/pages/Castletown-Finea-Coole-Whitehall-G... The song which immortalised the Bridge of Finea - 'Come back Paddy Reilly' by Percy French - sung here by Paddy Reilly [www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGmrpMT0-yo] and lyrics [www.lyricsfreak.com/i/irish+music/come+back+paddy+reilly_...] FAcebook Photographs www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight/media_set?set=a.57172... We use Creative Commons Licensing for these photographs We use the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License for all our photographs here in this photograph set. What does this mean in reality? The explaination is very simple. Attribution- anyone using our photographs gives us an appropriate credit for it. This ensures that people aren't taking our photographs and passing them off as their own. This usually just mean putting a link to our photographs somewhere on your website, blog, or Facebook where other people can see it. ShareAlike – anyone can use these photographs, and make changes if they like, or incorporate them into a bigger project, but they must make those changes available back to the community under the same terms. Creative Commons aims to encourage creative sharing. See some examples of Creative Commons photographs on Flickr: www.flickr.com/creativecommons/ Can I use these photographs directly from Flickr on my social media account(s)? Yes - of course you can! Flickr provides several ways to share this and other photographs in this Flickr set. You can share to: email, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Tumblr, LiveJournal, and Wordpress and Blogger blog sites. Your mobile, tablet, or desktop device will also offer you several different options for sharing this photo page on your social media outlets. We take these photographs as a hobby and as a contribution to the running community in Ireland. Our only "cost" is our request that if you are using these images: (1) on social media sites such as Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, Twitter,LinkedIn, Google+, etc or (2) other websites, blogs, web multimedia, commercial/promotional material that you must provide a link back to our Flickr page to attribute us. This also extends the use of these images for Facebook profile pictures. In these cases please make a separate wall or blog post with a link to our Flickr page. If you do not know how this should be done for Facebook or other social media please email us and we will be happy to help suggest how to link to us. How can I download these pictures to my computer or device? You can download the photographic image here direct to your computer or device. This version is the low resolution web-quality image. How to download will vary slight from device to device and from browser to browser. However - look for a symbol with three dots 'ooo' or the link to 'View/Download' all sizes. When you click on either of these you will be presented with the option to download the image. Remember just doing a right-click and "save target as" will not work on Flickr. How can I get full resolution, print-quality, copies of these photographs? If you just need these photographs for online usage then they can be used directly once you respect their Creative Commons license and provide a link back to our Flickr set if you use them. For offline usage and printing all of the photographs posted here on this Flickr set are available free, at no cost, at full image resolution. Please email petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com with the links to the photographs you would like to obtain a full resolution copy of. We also ask race organisers, media, etc to ask for permission before use of our images for flyers, posters, etc. We reserve the right to refuse a request. In summary please remember when requesting photographs from us - If you are using the photographs online all we ask is for you to provide a link back to our Flickr set or Flickr pages. You will find the link above clearly outlined in the description text which accompanies this photograph. Taking these photographs and preparing them for online posting does take a significant effort and time. We are not posting photographs to Flickr for commercial reasons. If you really like what we do please spread the link around your social media, send us an email, leave a comment beside the photographs, send us a Flickr email, etc. If you are using the photographs in newspapers or magazines we ask that you mention where the original photograph came from. I would like to contribute something for your photograph(s)? Many people offer payment for our photographs. As stated above we do not charge for these photographs. We take these photographs as our contribution to the running community in Ireland. If you feel that the photograph(s) you request are good enough that you would consider paying for their purchase from other photographic providers or in other circumstances we would suggest that you can provide a donation to any of the great charities in Ireland who do work for Cancer Care or Cancer Research in Ireland. I ran in the race - but my photograph doesn't appear here in your Flickr set! What gives? As mentioned above we take these photographs as a hobby and as a voluntary contribution to the running community in Ireland. Very often we have actually ran in the same race and then switched to photographer mode after we finished the race. Consequently, we feel that we have no obligations to capture a photograph of every participant in the race. However, we do try our very best to capture as many participants as possible. But this is sometimes not possible for a variety of reasons:      ►You were hidden behind another participant as you passed our camera      ►Weather or lighting conditions meant that we had some photographs with blurry content which we did not upload to our Flickr set      ►There were too many people - some races attract thousands of participants and as amateur photographs we cannot hope to capture photographs of everyone      ►We simply missed you - sorry about that - we did our best! You can email us petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com to enquire if we have a photograph of you which didn't make the final Flickr selection for the race. But we cannot promise that there will be photograph there. As alternatives we advise you to contact the race organisers to enquire if there were (1) other photographs taking photographs at the race event or if (2) there were professional commercial sports photographers taking photographs which might have some photographs of you available for purchase. You might find some links for further information above. Don't like your photograph here? That's OK! We understand! If, for any reason, you are not happy or comfortable with your picture appearing here in this photoset on Flickr then please email us at petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com and we will remove it as soon as possible. We give careful consideration to each photograph before uploading. I want to tell people about these great photographs! Great! Thank you! The best link to spread the word around is probably http://www.flickr.com/peterm7/sets
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The Finea 5KM Road Race March 2014
The Finea 5KM Road Race March 2014
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-03-23 14:16:35
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°46'51"N - 7°23'25"W
  • This is a photograph from the 3rd running of the Finea 5KM Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Finea, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Sunday 23rd March 2014 at 12:00. The race is organised in conjunction with the Castletown Finea Coole and Whitehall GAA club which is an amalgamation club of the GAA clubs of the surrounding parishes. Whilst the numbers were lower than the races from 2013 there was still a great local country atmosphere with runners, joggers, and walkers enjoying the cold but dry and sunny weather for the race. There was a great spread of refreshments provided in Fitzsimons Bar after the race. A full set of photographs from today's race is available on our Flickr photostream in this set: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157642756508483/ Reading on a Smartphone or tablet? Don't forget to scroll down further to read more about this race and see important Internet links to other information about the race! You can also find out how to access and download these photographs. This race is unique in the fact that it provided participants with the opportunity to compete in a race in two counties (Westmeath and Cavan) and two provinces (Ulster and Leinster) in Ireland during the same race. The race started on the Cavan side of the famous bridge of Finea and finished on the banks of the river. Finea is a beautiful Irish village which is well known for its scenery and it's position in the beautiful landscape of North Westmeath amongst the lakes and hills. The race crosses the River Inny which provides a natural drainage river between Lough Kinale to the south and the much larger Lough Sheelin [en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lough_Sheelin] to the north. The race was well stewarded at all road junctions. Water was provided at the 3KM mark. Course: The race starts and finishes at either side of the Bridge of Finea. The Bridge End Bar was the start where the race went out 400m on the Granard road and runners turned around at cone and headed back into Co. Westmeath over the bridge and the 1km mark. Following the Castlepollard Road the race took at left at the 2km and followed a loop back past the National School and back into Finea village again for a finish down on the banks of the River Inny. The course was a tough undulating course but fair. Any short hills were balanced out by adequate down-hill the other side. The stewards provided excellent traffic management on what is a busy section of road between the 1st KM and the final KM and the finish. Location Map: Start/finish and registration took place at the Bridge (see Google StreetView Image here goo.gl/maps/1Zqek) Refreshments: There was a very impressive selection of refreshments including sandwiches and home-made breads in Fitzsimon's Bridge End Bar afterwards. Some Useful Links Our Photographs on Flickr from the Finea 5KM - August 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635178384858/ Where is Finea? (Google Maps) goo.gl/maps/P419C Where is Finea? (OpenStreetMap) osm.org/go/etif8ja?m= Where is Finea? (Ordnance Survey Ireland) maps.osi.ie/publicviewer/#V1,640177,781454,7,10 Wikipedia Page about Finea: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finnea FACEBOOK Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2013 www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight (Requires Facebook Access) Facebook Event Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2014: www.facebook.com/events/1401167980152954/?ref=ts&fref=ts (Requires Facebook Access) CFCW GAA Facebook www.facebook.com/pages/Castletown-Finea-Coole-Whitehall-G... The song which immortalised the Bridge of Finea - 'Come back Paddy Reilly' by Percy French - sung here by Paddy Reilly [www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGmrpMT0-yo] and lyrics [www.lyricsfreak.com/i/irish+music/come+back+paddy+reilly_...] FAcebook Photographs www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight/media_set?set=a.57172... We use Creative Commons Licensing for these photographs We use the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License for all our photographs here in this photograph set. What does this mean in reality? The explaination is very simple. Attribution- anyone using our photographs gives us an appropriate credit for it. This ensures that people aren't taking our photographs and passing them off as their own. This usually just mean putting a link to our photographs somewhere on your website, blog, or Facebook where other people can see it. ShareAlike – anyone can use these photographs, and make changes if they like, or incorporate them into a bigger project, but they must make those changes available back to the community under the same terms. Creative Commons aims to encourage creative sharing. See some examples of Creative Commons photographs on Flickr: www.flickr.com/creativecommons/ Can I use these photographs directly from Flickr on my social media account(s)? Yes - of course you can! Flickr provides several ways to share this and other photographs in this Flickr set. You can share to: email, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Tumblr, LiveJournal, and Wordpress and Blogger blog sites. Your mobile, tablet, or desktop device will also offer you several different options for sharing this photo page on your social media outlets. We take these photographs as a hobby and as a contribution to the running community in Ireland. Our only "cost" is our request that if you are using these images: (1) on social media sites such as Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, Twitter,LinkedIn, Google+, etc or (2) other websites, blogs, web multimedia, commercial/promotional material that you must provide a link back to our Flickr page to attribute us. This also extends the use of these images for Facebook profile pictures. In these cases please make a separate wall or blog post with a link to our Flickr page. If you do not know how this should be done for Facebook or other social media please email us and we will be happy to help suggest how to link to us. How can I download these pictures to my computer or device? You can download the photographic image here direct to your computer or device. This version is the low resolution web-quality image. How to download will vary slight from device to device and from browser to browser. However - look for a symbol with three dots 'ooo' or the link to 'View/Download' all sizes. When you click on either of these you will be presented with the option to download the image. Remember just doing a right-click and "save target as" will not work on Flickr. How can I get full resolution, print-quality, copies of these photographs? If you just need these photographs for online usage then they can be used directly once you respect their Creative Commons license and provide a link back to our Flickr set if you use them. For offline usage and printing all of the photographs posted here on this Flickr set are available free, at no cost, at full image resolution. Please email petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com with the links to the photographs you would like to obtain a full resolution copy of. We also ask race organisers, media, etc to ask for permission before use of our images for flyers, posters, etc. We reserve the right to refuse a request. In summary please remember when requesting photographs from us - If you are using the photographs online all we ask is for you to provide a link back to our Flickr set or Flickr pages. You will find the link above clearly outlined in the description text which accompanies this photograph. Taking these photographs and preparing them for online posting does take a significant effort and time. We are not posting photographs to Flickr for commercial reasons. If you really like what we do please spread the link around your social media, send us an email, leave a comment beside the photographs, send us a Flickr email, etc. If you are using the photographs in newspapers or magazines we ask that you mention where the original photograph came from. I would like to contribute something for your photograph(s)? Many people offer payment for our photographs. As stated above we do not charge for these photographs. We take these photographs as our contribution to the running community in Ireland. If you feel that the photograph(s) you request are good enough that you would consider paying for their purchase from other photographic providers or in other circumstances we would suggest that you can provide a donation to any of the great charities in Ireland who do work for Cancer Care or Cancer Research in Ireland. I ran in the race - but my photograph doesn't appear here in your Flickr set! What gives? As mentioned above we take these photographs as a hobby and as a voluntary contribution to the running community in Ireland. Very often we have actually ran in the same race and then switched to photographer mode after we finished the race. Consequently, we feel that we have no obligations to capture a photograph of every participant in the race. However, we do try our very best to capture as many participants as possible. But this is sometimes not possible for a variety of reasons:      ►You were hidden behind another participant as you passed our camera      ►Weather or lighting conditions meant that we had some photographs with blurry content which we did not upload to our Flickr set      ►There were too many people - some races attract thousands of participants and as amateur photographs we cannot hope to capture photographs of everyone      ►We simply missed you - sorry about that - we did our best! You can email us petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com to enquire if we have a photograph of you which didn't make the final Flickr selection for the race. But we cannot promise that there will be photograph there. As alternatives we advise you to contact the race organisers to enquire if there were (1) other photographs taking photographs at the race event or if (2) there were professional commercial sports photographers taking photographs which might have some photographs of you available for purchase. You might find some links for further information above. Don't like your photograph here? That's OK! We understand! If, for any reason, you are not happy or comfortable with your picture appearing here in this photoset on Flickr then please email us at petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com and we will remove it as soon as possible. We give careful consideration to each photograph before uploading. I want to tell people about these great photographs! Great! Thank you! The best link to spread the word around is probably http://www.flickr.com/peterm7/sets This is a photograph from the 3rd running of the Finea 5KM Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Finea, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Sunday 23rd March 2014 at 12:00. The race is organised in conjunction with the Castletown Finea Coole and Whitehall GAA club which is an amalgamation club of the GAA clubs of the surrounding parishes. Whilst the numbers were lower than the races from 2013 there was still a great local country atmosphere with runners, joggers, and walkers enjoying the cold but dry and sunny weather for the race. There was a great spread of refreshments provided in Fitzsimons Bar after the race. A full set of photographs from today's race is available on our Flickr photostream in this set: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157642756508483/ Reading on a Smartphone or tablet? Don't forget to scroll down further to read more about this race and see important Internet links to other information about the race! You can also find out how to access and download these photographs. This race is unique in the fact that it provided participants with the opportunity to compete in a race in two counties (Westmeath and Cavan) and two provinces (Ulster and Leinster) in Ireland during the same race. The race started on the Cavan side of the famous bridge of Finea and finished on the banks of the river. Finea is a beautiful Irish village which is well known for its scenery and it's position in the beautiful landscape of North Westmeath amongst the lakes and hills. The race crosses the River Inny which provides a natural drainage river between Lough Kinale to the south and the much larger Lough Sheelin [en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lough_Sheelin] to the north. The race was well stewarded at all road junctions. Water was provided at the 3KM mark. Course: The race starts and finishes at either side of the Bridge of Finea. The Bridge End Bar was the start where the race went out 400m on the Granard road and runners turned around at cone and headed back into Co. Westmeath over the bridge and the 1km mark. Following the Castlepollard Road the race took at left at the 2km and followed a loop back past the National School and back into Finea village again for a finish down on the banks of the River Inny. The course was a tough undulating course but fair. Any short hills were balanced out by adequate down-hill the other side. The stewards provided excellent traffic management on what is a busy section of road between the 1st KM and the final KM and the finish. Location Map: Start/finish and registration took place at the Bridge (see Google StreetView Image here goo.gl/maps/1Zqek) Refreshments: There was a very impressive selection of refreshments including sandwiches and home-made breads in Fitzsimon's Bridge End Bar afterwards. Some Useful Links Our Photographs on Flickr from the Finea 5KM - August 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635178384858/ Where is Finea? (Google Maps) goo.gl/maps/P419C Where is Finea? (OpenStreetMap) osm.org/go/etif8ja?m= Where is Finea? (Ordnance Survey Ireland) maps.osi.ie/publicviewer/#V1,640177,781454,7,10 Wikipedia Page about Finea: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finnea FACEBOOK Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2013 www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight (Requires Facebook Access) Facebook Event Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2014: www.facebook.com/events/1401167980152954/?ref=ts&fref=ts (Requires Facebook Access) CFCW GAA Facebook www.facebook.com/pages/Castletown-Finea-Coole-Whitehall-G... The song which immortalised the Bridge of Finea - 'Come back Paddy Reilly' by Percy French - sung here by Paddy Reilly [www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGmrpMT0-yo] and lyrics [www.lyricsfreak.com/i/irish+music/come+back+paddy+reilly_...] FAcebook Photographs www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight/media_set?set=a.57172... We use Creative Commons Licensing for these photographs We use the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License for all our photographs here in this photograph set. What does this mean in reality? The explaination is very simple. Attribution- anyone using our photographs gives us an appropriate credit for it. This ensures that people aren't taking our photographs and passing them off as their own. This usually just mean putting a link to our photographs somewhere on your website, blog, or Facebook where other people can see it. ShareAlike – anyone can use these photographs, and make changes if they like, or incorporate them into a bigger project, but they must make those changes available back to the community under the same terms. Creative Commons aims to encourage creative sharing. See some examples of Creative Commons photographs on Flickr: www.flickr.com/creativecommons/ Can I use these photographs directly from Flickr on my social media account(s)? Yes - of course you can! Flickr provides several ways to share this and other photographs in this Flickr set. You can share to: email, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Tumblr, LiveJournal, and Wordpress and Blogger blog sites. Your mobile, tablet, or desktop device will also offer you several different options for sharing this photo page on your social media outlets. We take these photographs as a hobby and as a contribution to the running community in Ireland. Our only "cost" is our request that if you are using these images: (1) on social media sites such as Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, Twitter,LinkedIn, Google+, etc or (2) other websites, blogs, web multimedia, commercial/promotional material that you must provide a link back to our Flickr page to attribute us. This also extends the use of these images for Facebook profile pictures. In these cases please make a separate wall or blog post with a link to our Flickr page. If you do not know how this should be done for Facebook or other social media please email us and we will be happy to help suggest how to link to us. How can I download these pictures to my computer or device? You can download the photographic image here direct to your computer or device. This version is the low resolution web-quality image. How to download will vary slight from device to device and from browser to browser. However - look for a symbol with three dots 'ooo' or the link to 'View/Download' all sizes. When you click on either of these you will be presented with the option to download the image. Remember just doing a right-click and "save target as" will not work on Flickr. How can I get full resolution, print-quality, copies of these photographs? If you just need these photographs for online usage then they can be used directly once you respect their Creative Commons license and provide a link back to our Flickr set if you use them. For offline usage and printing all of the photographs posted here on this Flickr set are available free, at no cost, at full image resolution. Please email petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com with the links to the photographs you would like to obtain a full resolution copy of. We also ask race organisers, media, etc to ask for permission before use of our images for flyers, posters, etc. We reserve the right to refuse a request. In summary please remember when requesting photographs from us - If you are using the photographs online all we ask is for you to provide a link back to our Flickr set or Flickr pages. You will find the link above clearly outlined in the description text which accompanies this photograph. Taking these photographs and preparing them for online posting does take a significant effort and time. We are not posting photographs to Flickr for commercial reasons. If you really like what we do please spread the link around your social media, send us an email, leave a comment beside the photographs, send us a Flickr email, etc. If you are using the photographs in newspapers or magazines we ask that you mention where the original photograph came from. I would like to contribute something for your photograph(s)? Many people offer payment for our photographs. As stated above we do not charge for these photographs. We take these photographs as our contribution to the running community in Ireland. If you feel that the photograph(s) you request are good enough that you would consider paying for their purchase from other photographic providers or in other circumstances we would suggest that you can provide a donation to any of the great charities in Ireland who do work for Cancer Care or Cancer Research in Ireland. I ran in the race - but my photograph doesn't appear here in your Flickr set! What gives? As mentioned above we take these photographs as a hobby and as a voluntary contribution to the running community in Ireland. Very often we have actually ran in the same race and then switched to photographer mode after we finished the race. Consequently, we feel that we have no obligations to capture a photograph of every participant in the race. However, we do try our very best to capture as many participants as possible. But this is sometimes not possible for a variety of reasons:      ►You were hidden behind another participant as you passed our camera      ►Weather or lighting conditions meant that we had some photographs with blurry content which we did not upload to our Flickr set      ►There were too many people - some races attract thousands of participants and as amateur photographs we cannot hope to capture photographs of everyone      ►We simply missed you - sorry about that - we did our best! You can email us petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com to enquire if we have a photograph of you which didn't make the final Flickr selection for the race. But we cannot promise that there will be photograph there. As alternatives we advise you to contact the race organisers to enquire if there were (1) other photographs taking photographs at the race event or if (2) there were professional commercial sports photographers taking photographs which might have some photographs of you available for purchase. You might find some links for further information above. Don't like your photograph here? That's OK! We understand! If, for any reason, you are not happy or comfortable with your picture appearing here in this photoset on Flickr then please email us at petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com and we will remove it as soon as possible. We give careful consideration to each photograph before uploading. I want to tell people about these great photographs! Great! Thank you! The best link to spread the word around is probably http://www.flickr.com/peterm7/sets
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The Finea 5KM Road Race March 2014
The Finea 5KM Road Race March 2014
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-03-23 14:10:15
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°46'51"N - 7°23'25"W
  • This is a photograph from the 3rd running of the Finea 5KM Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Finea, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Sunday 23rd March 2014 at 12:00. The race is organised in conjunction with the Castletown Finea Coole and Whitehall GAA club which is an amalgamation club of the GAA clubs of the surrounding parishes. Whilst the numbers were lower than the races from 2013 there was still a great local country atmosphere with runners, joggers, and walkers enjoying the cold but dry and sunny weather for the race. There was a great spread of refreshments provided in Fitzsimons Bar after the race. A full set of photographs from today's race is available on our Flickr photostream in this set: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157642756508483/ Reading on a Smartphone or tablet? Don't forget to scroll down further to read more about this race and see important Internet links to other information about the race! You can also find out how to access and download these photographs. This race is unique in the fact that it provided participants with the opportunity to compete in a race in two counties (Westmeath and Cavan) and two provinces (Ulster and Leinster) in Ireland during the same race. The race started on the Cavan side of the famous bridge of Finea and finished on the banks of the river. Finea is a beautiful Irish village which is well known for its scenery and it's position in the beautiful landscape of North Westmeath amongst the lakes and hills. The race crosses the River Inny which provides a natural drainage river between Lough Kinale to the south and the much larger Lough Sheelin [en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lough_Sheelin] to the north. The race was well stewarded at all road junctions. Water was provided at the 3KM mark. Course: The race starts and finishes at either side of the Bridge of Finea. The Bridge End Bar was the start where the race went out 400m on the Granard road and runners turned around at cone and headed back into Co. Westmeath over the bridge and the 1km mark. Following the Castlepollard Road the race took at left at the 2km and followed a loop back past the National School and back into Finea village again for a finish down on the banks of the River Inny. The course was a tough undulating course but fair. Any short hills were balanced out by adequate down-hill the other side. The stewards provided excellent traffic management on what is a busy section of road between the 1st KM and the final KM and the finish. Location Map: Start/finish and registration took place at the Bridge (see Google StreetView Image here goo.gl/maps/1Zqek) Refreshments: There was a very impressive selection of refreshments including sandwiches and home-made breads in Fitzsimon's Bridge End Bar afterwards. Some Useful Links Our Photographs on Flickr from the Finea 5KM - August 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635178384858/ Where is Finea? (Google Maps) goo.gl/maps/P419C Where is Finea? (OpenStreetMap) osm.org/go/etif8ja?m= Where is Finea? (Ordnance Survey Ireland) maps.osi.ie/publicviewer/#V1,640177,781454,7,10 Wikipedia Page about Finea: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finnea FACEBOOK Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2013 www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight (Requires Facebook Access) Facebook Event Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2014: www.facebook.com/events/1401167980152954/?ref=ts&fref=ts (Requires Facebook Access) CFCW GAA Facebook www.facebook.com/pages/Castletown-Finea-Coole-Whitehall-G... The song which immortalised the Bridge of Finea - 'Come back Paddy Reilly' by Percy French - sung here by Paddy Reilly [www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGmrpMT0-yo] and lyrics [www.lyricsfreak.com/i/irish+music/come+back+paddy+reilly_...] FAcebook Photographs www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight/media_set?set=a.57172... We use Creative Commons Licensing for these photographs We use the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License for all our photographs here in this photograph set. What does this mean in reality? The explaination is very simple. Attribution- anyone using our photographs gives us an appropriate credit for it. This ensures that people aren't taking our photographs and passing them off as their own. This usually just mean putting a link to our photographs somewhere on your website, blog, or Facebook where other people can see it. ShareAlike – anyone can use these photographs, and make changes if they like, or incorporate them into a bigger project, but they must make those changes available back to the community under the same terms. Creative Commons aims to encourage creative sharing. See some examples of Creative Commons photographs on Flickr: www.flickr.com/creativecommons/ Can I use these photographs directly from Flickr on my social media account(s)? Yes - of course you can! Flickr provides several ways to share this and other photographs in this Flickr set. You can share to: email, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Tumblr, LiveJournal, and Wordpress and Blogger blog sites. Your mobile, tablet, or desktop device will also offer you several different options for sharing this photo page on your social media outlets. We take these photographs as a hobby and as a contribution to the running community in Ireland. Our only "cost" is our request that if you are using these images: (1) on social media sites such as Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, Twitter,LinkedIn, Google+, etc or (2) other websites, blogs, web multimedia, commercial/promotional material that you must provide a link back to our Flickr page to attribute us. This also extends the use of these images for Facebook profile pictures. In these cases please make a separate wall or blog post with a link to our Flickr page. If you do not know how this should be done for Facebook or other social media please email us and we will be happy to help suggest how to link to us. How can I download these pictures to my computer or device? You can download the photographic image here direct to your computer or device. This version is the low resolution web-quality image. How to download will vary slight from device to device and from browser to browser. However - look for a symbol with three dots 'ooo' or the link to 'View/Download' all sizes. When you click on either of these you will be presented with the option to download the image. Remember just doing a right-click and "save target as" will not work on Flickr. How can I get full resolution, print-quality, copies of these photographs? If you just need these photographs for online usage then they can be used directly once you respect their Creative Commons license and provide a link back to our Flickr set if you use them. For offline usage and printing all of the photographs posted here on this Flickr set are available free, at no cost, at full image resolution. Please email petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com with the links to the photographs you would like to obtain a full resolution copy of. We also ask race organisers, media, etc to ask for permission before use of our images for flyers, posters, etc. We reserve the right to refuse a request. In summary please remember when requesting photographs from us - If you are using the photographs online all we ask is for you to provide a link back to our Flickr set or Flickr pages. You will find the link above clearly outlined in the description text which accompanies this photograph. Taking these photographs and preparing them for online posting does take a significant effort and time. We are not posting photographs to Flickr for commercial reasons. If you really like what we do please spread the link around your social media, send us an email, leave a comment beside the photographs, send us a Flickr email, etc. If you are using the photographs in newspapers or magazines we ask that you mention where the original photograph came from. I would like to contribute something for your photograph(s)? Many people offer payment for our photographs. As stated above we do not charge for these photographs. We take these photographs as our contribution to the running community in Ireland. If you feel that the photograph(s) you request are good enough that you would consider paying for their purchase from other photographic providers or in other circumstances we would suggest that you can provide a donation to any of the great charities in Ireland who do work for Cancer Care or Cancer Research in Ireland. I ran in the race - but my photograph doesn't appear here in your Flickr set! What gives? As mentioned above we take these photographs as a hobby and as a voluntary contribution to the running community in Ireland. Very often we have actually ran in the same race and then switched to photographer mode after we finished the race. Consequently, we feel that we have no obligations to capture a photograph of every participant in the race. However, we do try our very best to capture as many participants as possible. But this is sometimes not possible for a variety of reasons:      ►You were hidden behind another participant as you passed our camera      ►Weather or lighting conditions meant that we had some photographs with blurry content which we did not upload to our Flickr set      ►There were too many people - some races attract thousands of participants and as amateur photographs we cannot hope to capture photographs of everyone      ►We simply missed you - sorry about that - we did our best! You can email us petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com to enquire if we have a photograph of you which didn't make the final Flickr selection for the race. But we cannot promise that there will be photograph there. As alternatives we advise you to contact the race organisers to enquire if there were (1) other photographs taking photographs at the race event or if (2) there were professional commercial sports photographers taking photographs which might have some photographs of you available for purchase. You might find some links for further information above. Don't like your photograph here? That's OK! We understand! If, for any reason, you are not happy or comfortable with your picture appearing here in this photoset on Flickr then please email us at petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com and we will remove it as soon as possible. We give careful consideration to each photograph before uploading. I want to tell people about these great photographs! Great! Thank you! The best link to spread the word around is probably http://www.flickr.com/peterm7/sets This is a photograph from the 3rd running of the Finea 5KM Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Finea, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Sunday 23rd March 2014 at 12:00. The race is organised in conjunction with the Castletown Finea Coole and Whitehall GAA club which is an amalgamation club of the GAA clubs of the surrounding parishes. Whilst the numbers were lower than the races from 2013 there was still a great local country atmosphere with runners, joggers, and walkers enjoying the cold but dry and sunny weather for the race. There was a great spread of refreshments provided in Fitzsimons Bar after the race. A full set of photographs from today's race is available on our Flickr photostream in this set: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157642756508483/ Reading on a Smartphone or tablet? Don't forget to scroll down further to read more about this race and see important Internet links to other information about the race! You can also find out how to access and download these photographs. This race is unique in the fact that it provided participants with the opportunity to compete in a race in two counties (Westmeath and Cavan) and two provinces (Ulster and Leinster) in Ireland during the same race. The race started on the Cavan side of the famous bridge of Finea and finished on the banks of the river. Finea is a beautiful Irish village which is well known for its scenery and it's position in the beautiful landscape of North Westmeath amongst the lakes and hills. The race crosses the River Inny which provides a natural drainage river between Lough Kinale to the south and the much larger Lough Sheelin [en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lough_Sheelin] to the north. The race was well stewarded at all road junctions. Water was provided at the 3KM mark. Course: The race starts and finishes at either side of the Bridge of Finea. The Bridge End Bar was the start where the race went out 400m on the Granard road and runners turned around at cone and headed back into Co. Westmeath over the bridge and the 1km mark. Following the Castlepollard Road the race took at left at the 2km and followed a loop back past the National School and back into Finea village again for a finish down on the banks of the River Inny. The course was a tough undulating course but fair. Any short hills were balanced out by adequate down-hill the other side. The stewards provided excellent traffic management on what is a busy section of road between the 1st KM and the final KM and the finish. Location Map: Start/finish and registration took place at the Bridge (see Google StreetView Image here goo.gl/maps/1Zqek) Refreshments: There was a very impressive selection of refreshments including sandwiches and home-made breads in Fitzsimon's Bridge End Bar afterwards. Some Useful Links Our Photographs on Flickr from the Finea 5KM - August 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635178384858/ Where is Finea? (Google Maps) goo.gl/maps/P419C Where is Finea? (OpenStreetMap) osm.org/go/etif8ja?m= Where is Finea? (Ordnance Survey Ireland) maps.osi.ie/publicviewer/#V1,640177,781454,7,10 Wikipedia Page about Finea: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finnea FACEBOOK Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2013 www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight (Requires Facebook Access) Facebook Event Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2014: www.facebook.com/events/1401167980152954/?ref=ts&fref=ts (Requires Facebook Access) CFCW GAA Facebook www.facebook.com/pages/Castletown-Finea-Coole-Whitehall-G... The song which immortalised the Bridge of Finea - 'Come back Paddy Reilly' by Percy French - sung here by Paddy Reilly [www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGmrpMT0-yo] and lyrics [www.lyricsfreak.com/i/irish+music/come+back+paddy+reilly_...] FAcebook Photographs www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight/media_set?set=a.57172... We use Creative Commons Licensing for these photographs We use the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License for all our photographs here in this photograph set. What does this mean in reality? The explaination is very simple. Attribution- anyone using our photographs gives us an appropriate credit for it. This ensures that people aren't taking our photographs and passing them off as their own. This usually just mean putting a link to our photographs somewhere on your website, blog, or Facebook where other people can see it. ShareAlike – anyone can use these photographs, and make changes if they like, or incorporate them into a bigger project, but they must make those changes available back to the community under the same terms. Creative Commons aims to encourage creative sharing. See some examples of Creative Commons photographs on Flickr: www.flickr.com/creativecommons/ Can I use these photographs directly from Flickr on my social media account(s)? Yes - of course you can! Flickr provides several ways to share this and other photographs in this Flickr set. You can share to: email, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Tumblr, LiveJournal, and Wordpress and Blogger blog sites. Your mobile, tablet, or desktop device will also offer you several different options for sharing this photo page on your social media outlets. We take these photographs as a hobby and as a contribution to the running community in Ireland. Our only "cost" is our request that if you are using these images: (1) on social media sites such as Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, Twitter,LinkedIn, Google+, etc or (2) other websites, blogs, web multimedia, commercial/promotional material that you must provide a link back to our Flickr page to attribute us. This also extends the use of these images for Facebook profile pictures. In these cases please make a separate wall or blog post with a link to our Flickr page. If you do not know how this should be done for Facebook or other social media please email us and we will be happy to help suggest how to link to us. How can I download these pictures to my computer or device? You can download the photographic image here direct to your computer or device. This version is the low resolution web-quality image. How to download will vary slight from device to device and from browser to browser. However - look for a symbol with three dots 'ooo' or the link to 'View/Download' all sizes. When you click on either of these you will be presented with the option to download the image. Remember just doing a right-click and "save target as" will not work on Flickr. How can I get full resolution, print-quality, copies of these photographs? If you just need these photographs for online usage then they can be used directly once you respect their Creative Commons license and provide a link back to our Flickr set if you use them. For offline usage and printing all of the photographs posted here on this Flickr set are available free, at no cost, at full image resolution. Please email petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com with the links to the photographs you would like to obtain a full resolution copy of. We also ask race organisers, media, etc to ask for permission before use of our images for flyers, posters, etc. We reserve the right to refuse a request. In summary please remember when requesting photographs from us - If you are using the photographs online all we ask is for you to provide a link back to our Flickr set or Flickr pages. You will find the link above clearly outlined in the description text which accompanies this photograph. Taking these photographs and preparing them for online posting does take a significant effort and time. We are not posting photographs to Flickr for commercial reasons. If you really like what we do please spread the link around your social media, send us an email, leave a comment beside the photographs, send us a Flickr email, etc. If you are using the photographs in newspapers or magazines we ask that you mention where the original photograph came from. I would like to contribute something for your photograph(s)? Many people offer payment for our photographs. As stated above we do not charge for these photographs. We take these photographs as our contribution to the running community in Ireland. If you feel that the photograph(s) you request are good enough that you would consider paying for their purchase from other photographic providers or in other circumstances we would suggest that you can provide a donation to any of the great charities in Ireland who do work for Cancer Care or Cancer Research in Ireland. I ran in the race - but my photograph doesn't appear here in your Flickr set! What gives? As mentioned above we take these photographs as a hobby and as a voluntary contribution to the running community in Ireland. Very often we have actually ran in the same race and then switched to photographer mode after we finished the race. Consequently, we feel that we have no obligations to capture a photograph of every participant in the race. However, we do try our very best to capture as many participants as possible. But this is sometimes not possible for a variety of reasons:      ►You were hidden behind another participant as you passed our camera      ►Weather or lighting conditions meant that we had some photographs with blurry content which we did not upload to our Flickr set      ►There were too many people - some races attract thousands of participants and as amateur photographs we cannot hope to capture photographs of everyone      ►We simply missed you - sorry about that - we did our best! You can email us petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com to enquire if we have a photograph of you which didn't make the final Flickr selection for the race. But we cannot promise that there will be photograph there. As alternatives we advise you to contact the race organisers to enquire if there were (1) other photographs taking photographs at the race event or if (2) there were professional commercial sports photographers taking photographs which might have some photographs of you available for purchase. You might find some links for further information above. Don't like your photograph here? That's OK! We understand! If, for any reason, you are not happy or comfortable with your picture appearing here in this photoset on Flickr then please email us at petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com and we will remove it as soon as possible. We give careful consideration to each photograph before uploading. I want to tell people about these great photographs! Great! Thank you! The best link to spread the word around is probably http://www.flickr.com/peterm7/sets
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    *The photographs are copyrighted by their respective owners.
The Finea 5KM Road Race March 2014
The Finea 5KM Road Race March 2014
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-03-23 14:09:44
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°46'51"N - 7°23'25"W
  • This is a photograph from the 3rd running of the Finea 5KM Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Finea, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Sunday 23rd March 2014 at 12:00. The race is organised in conjunction with the Castletown Finea Coole and Whitehall GAA club which is an amalgamation club of the GAA clubs of the surrounding parishes. Whilst the numbers were lower than the races from 2013 there was still a great local country atmosphere with runners, joggers, and walkers enjoying the cold but dry and sunny weather for the race. There was a great spread of refreshments provided in Fitzsimons Bar after the race. A full set of photographs from today's race is available on our Flickr photostream in this set: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157642756508483/ Reading on a Smartphone or tablet? Don't forget to scroll down further to read more about this race and see important Internet links to other information about the race! You can also find out how to access and download these photographs. This race is unique in the fact that it provided participants with the opportunity to compete in a race in two counties (Westmeath and Cavan) and two provinces (Ulster and Leinster) in Ireland during the same race. The race started on the Cavan side of the famous bridge of Finea and finished on the banks of the river. Finea is a beautiful Irish village which is well known for its scenery and it's position in the beautiful landscape of North Westmeath amongst the lakes and hills. The race crosses the River Inny which provides a natural drainage river between Lough Kinale to the south and the much larger Lough Sheelin [en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lough_Sheelin] to the north. The race was well stewarded at all road junctions. Water was provided at the 3KM mark. Course: The race starts and finishes at either side of the Bridge of Finea. The Bridge End Bar was the start where the race went out 400m on the Granard road and runners turned around at cone and headed back into Co. Westmeath over the bridge and the 1km mark. Following the Castlepollard Road the race took at left at the 2km and followed a loop back past the National School and back into Finea village again for a finish down on the banks of the River Inny. The course was a tough undulating course but fair. Any short hills were balanced out by adequate down-hill the other side. The stewards provided excellent traffic management on what is a busy section of road between the 1st KM and the final KM and the finish. Location Map: Start/finish and registration took place at the Bridge (see Google StreetView Image here goo.gl/maps/1Zqek) Refreshments: There was a very impressive selection of refreshments including sandwiches and home-made breads in Fitzsimon's Bridge End Bar afterwards. Some Useful Links Our Photographs on Flickr from the Finea 5KM - August 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635178384858/ Where is Finea? (Google Maps) goo.gl/maps/P419C Where is Finea? (OpenStreetMap) osm.org/go/etif8ja?m= Where is Finea? (Ordnance Survey Ireland) maps.osi.ie/publicviewer/#V1,640177,781454,7,10 Wikipedia Page about Finea: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finnea FACEBOOK Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2013 www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight (Requires Facebook Access) Facebook Event Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2014: www.facebook.com/events/1401167980152954/?ref=ts&fref=ts (Requires Facebook Access) CFCW GAA Facebook www.facebook.com/pages/Castletown-Finea-Coole-Whitehall-G... The song which immortalised the Bridge of Finea - 'Come back Paddy Reilly' by Percy French - sung here by Paddy Reilly [www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGmrpMT0-yo] and lyrics [www.lyricsfreak.com/i/irish+music/come+back+paddy+reilly_...] FAcebook Photographs www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight/media_set?set=a.57172... We use Creative Commons Licensing for these photographs We use the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License for all our photographs here in this photograph set. What does this mean in reality? The explaination is very simple. Attribution- anyone using our photographs gives us an appropriate credit for it. This ensures that people aren't taking our photographs and passing them off as their own. This usually just mean putting a link to our photographs somewhere on your website, blog, or Facebook where other people can see it. ShareAlike – anyone can use these photographs, and make changes if they like, or incorporate them into a bigger project, but they must make those changes available back to the community under the same terms. Creative Commons aims to encourage creative sharing. See some examples of Creative Commons photographs on Flickr: www.flickr.com/creativecommons/ Can I use these photographs directly from Flickr on my social media account(s)? Yes - of course you can! Flickr provides several ways to share this and other photographs in this Flickr set. You can share to: email, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Tumblr, LiveJournal, and Wordpress and Blogger blog sites. Your mobile, tablet, or desktop device will also offer you several different options for sharing this photo page on your social media outlets. We take these photographs as a hobby and as a contribution to the running community in Ireland. Our only "cost" is our request that if you are using these images: (1) on social media sites such as Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, Twitter,LinkedIn, Google+, etc or (2) other websites, blogs, web multimedia, commercial/promotional material that you must provide a link back to our Flickr page to attribute us. This also extends the use of these images for Facebook profile pictures. In these cases please make a separate wall or blog post with a link to our Flickr page. If you do not know how this should be done for Facebook or other social media please email us and we will be happy to help suggest how to link to us. How can I download these pictures to my computer or device? You can download the photographic image here direct to your computer or device. This version is the low resolution web-quality image. How to download will vary slight from device to device and from browser to browser. However - look for a symbol with three dots 'ooo' or the link to 'View/Download' all sizes. When you click on either of these you will be presented with the option to download the image. Remember just doing a right-click and "save target as" will not work on Flickr. How can I get full resolution, print-quality, copies of these photographs? If you just need these photographs for online usage then they can be used directly once you respect their Creative Commons license and provide a link back to our Flickr set if you use them. For offline usage and printing all of the photographs posted here on this Flickr set are available free, at no cost, at full image resolution. Please email petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com with the links to the photographs you would like to obtain a full resolution copy of. We also ask race organisers, media, etc to ask for permission before use of our images for flyers, posters, etc. We reserve the right to refuse a request. In summary please remember when requesting photographs from us - If you are using the photographs online all we ask is for you to provide a link back to our Flickr set or Flickr pages. You will find the link above clearly outlined in the description text which accompanies this photograph. Taking these photographs and preparing them for online posting does take a significant effort and time. We are not posting photographs to Flickr for commercial reasons. If you really like what we do please spread the link around your social media, send us an email, leave a comment beside the photographs, send us a Flickr email, etc. If you are using the photographs in newspapers or magazines we ask that you mention where the original photograph came from. I would like to contribute something for your photograph(s)? Many people offer payment for our photographs. As stated above we do not charge for these photographs. We take these photographs as our contribution to the running community in Ireland. If you feel that the photograph(s) you request are good enough that you would consider paying for their purchase from other photographic providers or in other circumstances we would suggest that you can provide a donation to any of the great charities in Ireland who do work for Cancer Care or Cancer Research in Ireland. I ran in the race - but my photograph doesn't appear here in your Flickr set! What gives? As mentioned above we take these photographs as a hobby and as a voluntary contribution to the running community in Ireland. Very often we have actually ran in the same race and then switched to photographer mode after we finished the race. Consequently, we feel that we have no obligations to capture a photograph of every participant in the race. However, we do try our very best to capture as many participants as possible. But this is sometimes not possible for a variety of reasons:      ►You were hidden behind another participant as you passed our camera      ►Weather or lighting conditions meant that we had some photographs with blurry content which we did not upload to our Flickr set      ►There were too many people - some races attract thousands of participants and as amateur photographs we cannot hope to capture photographs of everyone      ►We simply missed you - sorry about that - we did our best! You can email us petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com to enquire if we have a photograph of you which didn't make the final Flickr selection for the race. But we cannot promise that there will be photograph there. As alternatives we advise you to contact the race organisers to enquire if there were (1) other photographs taking photographs at the race event or if (2) there were professional commercial sports photographers taking photographs which might have some photographs of you available for purchase. You might find some links for further information above. Don't like your photograph here? That's OK! We understand! If, for any reason, you are not happy or comfortable with your picture appearing here in this photoset on Flickr then please email us at petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com and we will remove it as soon as possible. We give careful consideration to each photograph before uploading. I want to tell people about these great photographs! Great! Thank you! The best link to spread the word around is probably http://www.flickr.com/peterm7/sets This is a photograph from the 3rd running of the Finea 5KM Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Finea, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Sunday 23rd March 2014 at 12:00. The race is organised in conjunction with the Castletown Finea Coole and Whitehall GAA club which is an amalgamation club of the GAA clubs of the surrounding parishes. Whilst the numbers were lower than the races from 2013 there was still a great local country atmosphere with runners, joggers, and walkers enjoying the cold but dry and sunny weather for the race. There was a great spread of refreshments provided in Fitzsimons Bar after the race. A full set of photographs from today's race is available on our Flickr photostream in this set: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157642756508483/ Reading on a Smartphone or tablet? Don't forget to scroll down further to read more about this race and see important Internet links to other information about the race! You can also find out how to access and download these photographs. This race is unique in the fact that it provided participants with the opportunity to compete in a race in two counties (Westmeath and Cavan) and two provinces (Ulster and Leinster) in Ireland during the same race. The race started on the Cavan side of the famous bridge of Finea and finished on the banks of the river. Finea is a beautiful Irish village which is well known for its scenery and it's position in the beautiful landscape of North Westmeath amongst the lakes and hills. The race crosses the River Inny which provides a natural drainage river between Lough Kinale to the south and the much larger Lough Sheelin [en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lough_Sheelin] to the north. The race was well stewarded at all road junctions. Water was provided at the 3KM mark. Course: The race starts and finishes at either side of the Bridge of Finea. The Bridge End Bar was the start where the race went out 400m on the Granard road and runners turned around at cone and headed back into Co. Westmeath over the bridge and the 1km mark. Following the Castlepollard Road the race took at left at the 2km and followed a loop back past the National School and back into Finea village again for a finish down on the banks of the River Inny. The course was a tough undulating course but fair. Any short hills were balanced out by adequate down-hill the other side. The stewards provided excellent traffic management on what is a busy section of road between the 1st KM and the final KM and the finish. Location Map: Start/finish and registration took place at the Bridge (see Google StreetView Image here goo.gl/maps/1Zqek) Refreshments: There was a very impressive selection of refreshments including sandwiches and home-made breads in Fitzsimon's Bridge End Bar afterwards. Some Useful Links Our Photographs on Flickr from the Finea 5KM - August 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635178384858/ Where is Finea? (Google Maps) goo.gl/maps/P419C Where is Finea? (OpenStreetMap) osm.org/go/etif8ja?m= Where is Finea? (Ordnance Survey Ireland) maps.osi.ie/publicviewer/#V1,640177,781454,7,10 Wikipedia Page about Finea: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finnea FACEBOOK Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2013 www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight (Requires Facebook Access) Facebook Event Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2014: www.facebook.com/events/1401167980152954/?ref=ts&fref=ts (Requires Facebook Access) CFCW GAA Facebook www.facebook.com/pages/Castletown-Finea-Coole-Whitehall-G... The song which immortalised the Bridge of Finea - 'Come back Paddy Reilly' by Percy French - sung here by Paddy Reilly [www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGmrpMT0-yo] and lyrics [www.lyricsfreak.com/i/irish+music/come+back+paddy+reilly_...] FAcebook Photographs www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight/media_set?set=a.57172... We use Creative Commons Licensing for these photographs We use the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License for all our photographs here in this photograph set. What does this mean in reality? The explaination is very simple. Attribution- anyone using our photographs gives us an appropriate credit for it. This ensures that people aren't taking our photographs and passing them off as their own. This usually just mean putting a link to our photographs somewhere on your website, blog, or Facebook where other people can see it. ShareAlike – anyone can use these photographs, and make changes if they like, or incorporate them into a bigger project, but they must make those changes available back to the community under the same terms. Creative Commons aims to encourage creative sharing. See some examples of Creative Commons photographs on Flickr: www.flickr.com/creativecommons/ Can I use these photographs directly from Flickr on my social media account(s)? Yes - of course you can! Flickr provides several ways to share this and other photographs in this Flickr set. You can share to: email, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Tumblr, LiveJournal, and Wordpress and Blogger blog sites. Your mobile, tablet, or desktop device will also offer you several different options for sharing this photo page on your social media outlets. We take these photographs as a hobby and as a contribution to the running community in Ireland. Our only "cost" is our request that if you are using these images: (1) on social media sites such as Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, Twitter,LinkedIn, Google+, etc or (2) other websites, blogs, web multimedia, commercial/promotional material that you must provide a link back to our Flickr page to attribute us. This also extends the use of these images for Facebook profile pictures. In these cases please make a separate wall or blog post with a link to our Flickr page. If you do not know how this should be done for Facebook or other social media please email us and we will be happy to help suggest how to link to us. How can I download these pictures to my computer or device? You can download the photographic image here direct to your computer or device. This version is the low resolution web-quality image. How to download will vary slight from device to device and from browser to browser. However - look for a symbol with three dots 'ooo' or the link to 'View/Download' all sizes. When you click on either of these you will be presented with the option to download the image. Remember just doing a right-click and "save target as" will not work on Flickr. How can I get full resolution, print-quality, copies of these photographs? If you just need these photographs for online usage then they can be used directly once you respect their Creative Commons license and provide a link back to our Flickr set if you use them. For offline usage and printing all of the photographs posted here on this Flickr set are available free, at no cost, at full image resolution. Please email petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com with the links to the photographs you would like to obtain a full resolution copy of. We also ask race organisers, media, etc to ask for permission before use of our images for flyers, posters, etc. We reserve the right to refuse a request. In summary please remember when requesting photographs from us - If you are using the photographs online all we ask is for you to provide a link back to our Flickr set or Flickr pages. You will find the link above clearly outlined in the description text which accompanies this photograph. Taking these photographs and preparing them for online posting does take a significant effort and time. We are not posting photographs to Flickr for commercial reasons. If you really like what we do please spread the link around your social media, send us an email, leave a comment beside the photographs, send us a Flickr email, etc. If you are using the photographs in newspapers or magazines we ask that you mention where the original photograph came from. I would like to contribute something for your photograph(s)? Many people offer payment for our photographs. As stated above we do not charge for these photographs. We take these photographs as our contribution to the running community in Ireland. If you feel that the photograph(s) you request are good enough that you would consider paying for their purchase from other photographic providers or in other circumstances we would suggest that you can provide a donation to any of the great charities in Ireland who do work for Cancer Care or Cancer Research in Ireland. I ran in the race - but my photograph doesn't appear here in your Flickr set! What gives? As mentioned above we take these photographs as a hobby and as a voluntary contribution to the running community in Ireland. Very often we have actually ran in the same race and then switched to photographer mode after we finished the race. Consequently, we feel that we have no obligations to capture a photograph of every participant in the race. However, we do try our very best to capture as many participants as possible. But this is sometimes not possible for a variety of reasons:      ►You were hidden behind another participant as you passed our camera      ►Weather or lighting conditions meant that we had some photographs with blurry content which we did not upload to our Flickr set      ►There were too many people - some races attract thousands of participants and as amateur photographs we cannot hope to capture photographs of everyone      ►We simply missed you - sorry about that - we did our best! You can email us petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com to enquire if we have a photograph of you which didn't make the final Flickr selection for the race. But we cannot promise that there will be photograph there. As alternatives we advise you to contact the race organisers to enquire if there were (1) other photographs taking photographs at the race event or if (2) there were professional commercial sports photographers taking photographs which might have some photographs of you available for purchase. You might find some links for further information above. Don't like your photograph here? That's OK! We understand! If, for any reason, you are not happy or comfortable with your picture appearing here in this photoset on Flickr then please email us at petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com and we will remove it as soon as possible. We give careful consideration to each photograph before uploading. I want to tell people about these great photographs! Great! Thank you! The best link to spread the word around is probably http://www.flickr.com/peterm7/sets
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The Finea 5KM Road Race March 2014
The Finea 5KM Road Race March 2014
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-03-23 14:09:06
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°46'51"N - 7°23'25"W
  • This is a photograph from the 3rd running of the Finea 5KM Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Finea, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Sunday 23rd March 2014 at 12:00. The race is organised in conjunction with the Castletown Finea Coole and Whitehall GAA club which is an amalgamation club of the GAA clubs of the surrounding parishes. Whilst the numbers were lower than the races from 2013 there was still a great local country atmosphere with runners, joggers, and walkers enjoying the cold but dry and sunny weather for the race. There was a great spread of refreshments provided in Fitzsimons Bar after the race. A full set of photographs from today's race is available on our Flickr photostream in this set: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157642756508483/ Reading on a Smartphone or tablet? Don't forget to scroll down further to read more about this race and see important Internet links to other information about the race! You can also find out how to access and download these photographs. This race is unique in the fact that it provided participants with the opportunity to compete in a race in two counties (Westmeath and Cavan) and two provinces (Ulster and Leinster) in Ireland during the same race. The race started on the Cavan side of the famous bridge of Finea and finished on the banks of the river. Finea is a beautiful Irish village which is well known for its scenery and it's position in the beautiful landscape of North Westmeath amongst the lakes and hills. The race crosses the River Inny which provides a natural drainage river between Lough Kinale to the south and the much larger Lough Sheelin [en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lough_Sheelin] to the north. The race was well stewarded at all road junctions. Water was provided at the 3KM mark. Course: The race starts and finishes at either side of the Bridge of Finea. The Bridge End Bar was the start where the race went out 400m on the Granard road and runners turned around at cone and headed back into Co. Westmeath over the bridge and the 1km mark. Following the Castlepollard Road the race took at left at the 2km and followed a loop back past the National School and back into Finea village again for a finish down on the banks of the River Inny. The course was a tough undulating course but fair. Any short hills were balanced out by adequate down-hill the other side. The stewards provided excellent traffic management on what is a busy section of road between the 1st KM and the final KM and the finish. Location Map: Start/finish and registration took place at the Bridge (see Google StreetView Image here goo.gl/maps/1Zqek) Refreshments: There was a very impressive selection of refreshments including sandwiches and home-made breads in Fitzsimon's Bridge End Bar afterwards. Some Useful Links Our Photographs on Flickr from the Finea 5KM - August 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635178384858/ Where is Finea? (Google Maps) goo.gl/maps/P419C Where is Finea? (OpenStreetMap) osm.org/go/etif8ja?m= Where is Finea? (Ordnance Survey Ireland) maps.osi.ie/publicviewer/#V1,640177,781454,7,10 Wikipedia Page about Finea: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finnea FACEBOOK Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2013 www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight (Requires Facebook Access) Facebook Event Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2014: www.facebook.com/events/1401167980152954/?ref=ts&fref=ts (Requires Facebook Access) CFCW GAA Facebook www.facebook.com/pages/Castletown-Finea-Coole-Whitehall-G... The song which immortalised the Bridge of Finea - 'Come back Paddy Reilly' by Percy French - sung here by Paddy Reilly [www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGmrpMT0-yo] and lyrics [www.lyricsfreak.com/i/irish+music/come+back+paddy+reilly_...] FAcebook Photographs www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight/media_set?set=a.57172... We use Creative Commons Licensing for these photographs We use the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License for all our photographs here in this photograph set. What does this mean in reality? The explaination is very simple. Attribution- anyone using our photographs gives us an appropriate credit for it. This ensures that people aren't taking our photographs and passing them off as their own. This usually just mean putting a link to our photographs somewhere on your website, blog, or Facebook where other people can see it. ShareAlike – anyone can use these photographs, and make changes if they like, or incorporate them into a bigger project, but they must make those changes available back to the community under the same terms. Creative Commons aims to encourage creative sharing. See some examples of Creative Commons photographs on Flickr: www.flickr.com/creativecommons/ Can I use these photographs directly from Flickr on my social media account(s)? Yes - of course you can! Flickr provides several ways to share this and other photographs in this Flickr set. You can share to: email, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Tumblr, LiveJournal, and Wordpress and Blogger blog sites. Your mobile, tablet, or desktop device will also offer you several different options for sharing this photo page on your social media outlets. We take these photographs as a hobby and as a contribution to the running community in Ireland. Our only "cost" is our request that if you are using these images: (1) on social media sites such as Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, Twitter,LinkedIn, Google+, etc or (2) other websites, blogs, web multimedia, commercial/promotional material that you must provide a link back to our Flickr page to attribute us. This also extends the use of these images for Facebook profile pictures. In these cases please make a separate wall or blog post with a link to our Flickr page. If you do not know how this should be done for Facebook or other social media please email us and we will be happy to help suggest how to link to us. How can I download these pictures to my computer or device? You can download the photographic image here direct to your computer or device. This version is the low resolution web-quality image. How to download will vary slight from device to device and from browser to browser. However - look for a symbol with three dots 'ooo' or the link to 'View/Download' all sizes. When you click on either of these you will be presented with the option to download the image. Remember just doing a right-click and "save target as" will not work on Flickr. How can I get full resolution, print-quality, copies of these photographs? If you just need these photographs for online usage then they can be used directly once you respect their Creative Commons license and provide a link back to our Flickr set if you use them. For offline usage and printing all of the photographs posted here on this Flickr set are available free, at no cost, at full image resolution. Please email petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com with the links to the photographs you would like to obtain a full resolution copy of. We also ask race organisers, media, etc to ask for permission before use of our images for flyers, posters, etc. We reserve the right to refuse a request. In summary please remember when requesting photographs from us - If you are using the photographs online all we ask is for you to provide a link back to our Flickr set or Flickr pages. You will find the link above clearly outlined in the description text which accompanies this photograph. Taking these photographs and preparing them for online posting does take a significant effort and time. We are not posting photographs to Flickr for commercial reasons. If you really like what we do please spread the link around your social media, send us an email, leave a comment beside the photographs, send us a Flickr email, etc. If you are using the photographs in newspapers or magazines we ask that you mention where the original photograph came from. I would like to contribute something for your photograph(s)? Many people offer payment for our photographs. As stated above we do not charge for these photographs. We take these photographs as our contribution to the running community in Ireland. If you feel that the photograph(s) you request are good enough that you would consider paying for their purchase from other photographic providers or in other circumstances we would suggest that you can provide a donation to any of the great charities in Ireland who do work for Cancer Care or Cancer Research in Ireland. I ran in the race - but my photograph doesn't appear here in your Flickr set! What gives? As mentioned above we take these photographs as a hobby and as a voluntary contribution to the running community in Ireland. Very often we have actually ran in the same race and then switched to photographer mode after we finished the race. Consequently, we feel that we have no obligations to capture a photograph of every participant in the race. However, we do try our very best to capture as many participants as possible. But this is sometimes not possible for a variety of reasons:      ►You were hidden behind another participant as you passed our camera      ►Weather or lighting conditions meant that we had some photographs with blurry content which we did not upload to our Flickr set      ►There were too many people - some races attract thousands of participants and as amateur photographs we cannot hope to capture photographs of everyone      ►We simply missed you - sorry about that - we did our best! You can email us petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com to enquire if we have a photograph of you which didn't make the final Flickr selection for the race. But we cannot promise that there will be photograph there. As alternatives we advise you to contact the race organisers to enquire if there were (1) other photographs taking photographs at the race event or if (2) there were professional commercial sports photographers taking photographs which might have some photographs of you available for purchase. You might find some links for further information above. Don't like your photograph here? That's OK! We understand! If, for any reason, you are not happy or comfortable with your picture appearing here in this photoset on Flickr then please email us at petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com and we will remove it as soon as possible. We give careful consideration to each photograph before uploading. I want to tell people about these great photographs! Great! Thank you! The best link to spread the word around is probably http://www.flickr.com/peterm7/sets This is a photograph from the 3rd running of the Finea 5KM Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Finea, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Sunday 23rd March 2014 at 12:00. The race is organised in conjunction with the Castletown Finea Coole and Whitehall GAA club which is an amalgamation club of the GAA clubs of the surrounding parishes. Whilst the numbers were lower than the races from 2013 there was still a great local country atmosphere with runners, joggers, and walkers enjoying the cold but dry and sunny weather for the race. There was a great spread of refreshments provided in Fitzsimons Bar after the race. A full set of photographs from today's race is available on our Flickr photostream in this set: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157642756508483/ Reading on a Smartphone or tablet? Don't forget to scroll down further to read more about this race and see important Internet links to other information about the race! You can also find out how to access and download these photographs. This race is unique in the fact that it provided participants with the opportunity to compete in a race in two counties (Westmeath and Cavan) and two provinces (Ulster and Leinster) in Ireland during the same race. The race started on the Cavan side of the famous bridge of Finea and finished on the banks of the river. Finea is a beautiful Irish village which is well known for its scenery and it's position in the beautiful landscape of North Westmeath amongst the lakes and hills. The race crosses the River Inny which provides a natural drainage river between Lough Kinale to the south and the much larger Lough Sheelin [en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lough_Sheelin] to the north. The race was well stewarded at all road junctions. Water was provided at the 3KM mark. Course: The race starts and finishes at either side of the Bridge of Finea. The Bridge End Bar was the start where the race went out 400m on the Granard road and runners turned around at cone and headed back into Co. Westmeath over the bridge and the 1km mark. Following the Castlepollard Road the race took at left at the 2km and followed a loop back past the National School and back into Finea village again for a finish down on the banks of the River Inny. The course was a tough undulating course but fair. Any short hills were balanced out by adequate down-hill the other side. The stewards provided excellent traffic management on what is a busy section of road between the 1st KM and the final KM and the finish. Location Map: Start/finish and registration took place at the Bridge (see Google StreetView Image here goo.gl/maps/1Zqek) Refreshments: There was a very impressive selection of refreshments including sandwiches and home-made breads in Fitzsimon's Bridge End Bar afterwards. Some Useful Links Our Photographs on Flickr from the Finea 5KM - August 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635178384858/ Where is Finea? (Google Maps) goo.gl/maps/P419C Where is Finea? (OpenStreetMap) osm.org/go/etif8ja?m= Where is Finea? (Ordnance Survey Ireland) maps.osi.ie/publicviewer/#V1,640177,781454,7,10 Wikipedia Page about Finea: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finnea FACEBOOK Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2013 www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight (Requires Facebook Access) Facebook Event Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2014: www.facebook.com/events/1401167980152954/?ref=ts&fref=ts (Requires Facebook Access) CFCW GAA Facebook www.facebook.com/pages/Castletown-Finea-Coole-Whitehall-G... The song which immortalised the Bridge of Finea - 'Come back Paddy Reilly' by Percy French - sung here by Paddy Reilly [www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGmrpMT0-yo] and lyrics [www.lyricsfreak.com/i/irish+music/come+back+paddy+reilly_...] FAcebook Photographs www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight/media_set?set=a.57172... We use Creative Commons Licensing for these photographs We use the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License for all our photographs here in this photograph set. What does this mean in reality? The explaination is very simple. Attribution- anyone using our photographs gives us an appropriate credit for it. This ensures that people aren't taking our photographs and passing them off as their own. This usually just mean putting a link to our photographs somewhere on your website, blog, or Facebook where other people can see it. ShareAlike – anyone can use these photographs, and make changes if they like, or incorporate them into a bigger project, but they must make those changes available back to the community under the same terms. Creative Commons aims to encourage creative sharing. See some examples of Creative Commons photographs on Flickr: www.flickr.com/creativecommons/ Can I use these photographs directly from Flickr on my social media account(s)? Yes - of course you can! Flickr provides several ways to share this and other photographs in this Flickr set. You can share to: email, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Tumblr, LiveJournal, and Wordpress and Blogger blog sites. Your mobile, tablet, or desktop device will also offer you several different options for sharing this photo page on your social media outlets. We take these photographs as a hobby and as a contribution to the running community in Ireland. Our only "cost" is our request that if you are using these images: (1) on social media sites such as Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, Twitter,LinkedIn, Google+, etc or (2) other websites, blogs, web multimedia, commercial/promotional material that you must provide a link back to our Flickr page to attribute us. This also extends the use of these images for Facebook profile pictures. In these cases please make a separate wall or blog post with a link to our Flickr page. If you do not know how this should be done for Facebook or other social media please email us and we will be happy to help suggest how to link to us. How can I download these pictures to my computer or device? You can download the photographic image here direct to your computer or device. This version is the low resolution web-quality image. How to download will vary slight from device to device and from browser to browser. However - look for a symbol with three dots 'ooo' or the link to 'View/Download' all sizes. When you click on either of these you will be presented with the option to download the image. Remember just doing a right-click and "save target as" will not work on Flickr. How can I get full resolution, print-quality, copies of these photographs? If you just need these photographs for online usage then they can be used directly once you respect their Creative Commons license and provide a link back to our Flickr set if you use them. For offline usage and printing all of the photographs posted here on this Flickr set are available free, at no cost, at full image resolution. Please email petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com with the links to the photographs you would like to obtain a full resolution copy of. We also ask race organisers, media, etc to ask for permission before use of our images for flyers, posters, etc. We reserve the right to refuse a request. In summary please remember when requesting photographs from us - If you are using the photographs online all we ask is for you to provide a link back to our Flickr set or Flickr pages. You will find the link above clearly outlined in the description text which accompanies this photograph. Taking these photographs and preparing them for online posting does take a significant effort and time. We are not posting photographs to Flickr for commercial reasons. If you really like what we do please spread the link around your social media, send us an email, leave a comment beside the photographs, send us a Flickr email, etc. If you are using the photographs in newspapers or magazines we ask that you mention where the original photograph came from. I would like to contribute something for your photograph(s)? Many people offer payment for our photographs. As stated above we do not charge for these photographs. We take these photographs as our contribution to the running community in Ireland. If you feel that the photograph(s) you request are good enough that you would consider paying for their purchase from other photographic providers or in other circumstances we would suggest that you can provide a donation to any of the great charities in Ireland who do work for Cancer Care or Cancer Research in Ireland. I ran in the race - but my photograph doesn't appear here in your Flickr set! What gives? As mentioned above we take these photographs as a hobby and as a voluntary contribution to the running community in Ireland. Very often we have actually ran in the same race and then switched to photographer mode after we finished the race. Consequently, we feel that we have no obligations to capture a photograph of every participant in the race. However, we do try our very best to capture as many participants as possible. But this is sometimes not possible for a variety of reasons:      ►You were hidden behind another participant as you passed our camera      ►Weather or lighting conditions meant that we had some photographs with blurry content which we did not upload to our Flickr set      ►There were too many people - some races attract thousands of participants and as amateur photographs we cannot hope to capture photographs of everyone      ►We simply missed you - sorry about that - we did our best! You can email us petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com to enquire if we have a photograph of you which didn't make the final Flickr selection for the race. But we cannot promise that there will be photograph there. As alternatives we advise you to contact the race organisers to enquire if there were (1) other photographs taking photographs at the race event or if (2) there were professional commercial sports photographers taking photographs which might have some photographs of you available for purchase. You might find some links for further information above. Don't like your photograph here? That's OK! We understand! If, for any reason, you are not happy or comfortable with your picture appearing here in this photoset on Flickr then please email us at petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com and we will remove it as soon as possible. We give careful consideration to each photograph before uploading. I want to tell people about these great photographs! Great! Thank you! The best link to spread the word around is probably http://www.flickr.com/peterm7/sets
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The Finea 5KM Road Race March 2014
The Finea 5KM Road Race March 2014
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-03-23 14:08:56
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°46'51"N - 7°23'25"W
  • This is a photograph from the 3rd running of the Finea 5KM Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Finea, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Sunday 23rd March 2014 at 12:00. The race is organised in conjunction with the Castletown Finea Coole and Whitehall GAA club which is an amalgamation club of the GAA clubs of the surrounding parishes. Whilst the numbers were lower than the races from 2013 there was still a great local country atmosphere with runners, joggers, and walkers enjoying the cold but dry and sunny weather for the race. There was a great spread of refreshments provided in Fitzsimons Bar after the race. A full set of photographs from today's race is available on our Flickr photostream in this set: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157642756508483/ Reading on a Smartphone or tablet? Don't forget to scroll down further to read more about this race and see important Internet links to other information about the race! You can also find out how to access and download these photographs. This race is unique in the fact that it provided participants with the opportunity to compete in a race in two counties (Westmeath and Cavan) and two provinces (Ulster and Leinster) in Ireland during the same race. The race started on the Cavan side of the famous bridge of Finea and finished on the banks of the river. Finea is a beautiful Irish village which is well known for its scenery and it's position in the beautiful landscape of North Westmeath amongst the lakes and hills. The race crosses the River Inny which provides a natural drainage river between Lough Kinale to the south and the much larger Lough Sheelin [en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lough_Sheelin] to the north. The race was well stewarded at all road junctions. Water was provided at the 3KM mark. Course: The race starts and finishes at either side of the Bridge of Finea. The Bridge End Bar was the start where the race went out 400m on the Granard road and runners turned around at cone and headed back into Co. Westmeath over the bridge and the 1km mark. Following the Castlepollard Road the race took at left at the 2km and followed a loop back past the National School and back into Finea village again for a finish down on the banks of the River Inny. The course was a tough undulating course but fair. Any short hills were balanced out by adequate down-hill the other side. The stewards provided excellent traffic management on what is a busy section of road between the 1st KM and the final KM and the finish. Location Map: Start/finish and registration took place at the Bridge (see Google StreetView Image here goo.gl/maps/1Zqek) Refreshments: There was a very impressive selection of refreshments including sandwiches and home-made breads in Fitzsimon's Bridge End Bar afterwards. Some Useful Links Our Photographs on Flickr from the Finea 5KM - August 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635178384858/ Where is Finea? (Google Maps) goo.gl/maps/P419C Where is Finea? (OpenStreetMap) osm.org/go/etif8ja?m= Where is Finea? (Ordnance Survey Ireland) maps.osi.ie/publicviewer/#V1,640177,781454,7,10 Wikipedia Page about Finea: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finnea FACEBOOK Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2013 www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight (Requires Facebook Access) Facebook Event Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2014: www.facebook.com/events/1401167980152954/?ref=ts&fref=ts (Requires Facebook Access) CFCW GAA Facebook www.facebook.com/pages/Castletown-Finea-Coole-Whitehall-G... The song which immortalised the Bridge of Finea - 'Come back Paddy Reilly' by Percy French - sung here by Paddy Reilly [www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGmrpMT0-yo] and lyrics [www.lyricsfreak.com/i/irish+music/come+back+paddy+reilly_...] FAcebook Photographs www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight/media_set?set=a.57172... We use Creative Commons Licensing for these photographs We use the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License for all our photographs here in this photograph set. What does this mean in reality? The explaination is very simple. Attribution- anyone using our photographs gives us an appropriate credit for it. This ensures that people aren't taking our photographs and passing them off as their own. This usually just mean putting a link to our photographs somewhere on your website, blog, or Facebook where other people can see it. ShareAlike – anyone can use these photographs, and make changes if they like, or incorporate them into a bigger project, but they must make those changes available back to the community under the same terms. Creative Commons aims to encourage creative sharing. See some examples of Creative Commons photographs on Flickr: www.flickr.com/creativecommons/ Can I use these photographs directly from Flickr on my social media account(s)? Yes - of course you can! Flickr provides several ways to share this and other photographs in this Flickr set. You can share to: email, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Tumblr, LiveJournal, and Wordpress and Blogger blog sites. Your mobile, tablet, or desktop device will also offer you several different options for sharing this photo page on your social media outlets. We take these photographs as a hobby and as a contribution to the running community in Ireland. Our only "cost" is our request that if you are using these images: (1) on social media sites such as Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, Twitter,LinkedIn, Google+, etc or (2) other websites, blogs, web multimedia, commercial/promotional material that you must provide a link back to our Flickr page to attribute us. This also extends the use of these images for Facebook profile pictures. In these cases please make a separate wall or blog post with a link to our Flickr page. If you do not know how this should be done for Facebook or other social media please email us and we will be happy to help suggest how to link to us. How can I download these pictures to my computer or device? You can download the photographic image here direct to your computer or device. This version is the low resolution web-quality image. How to download will vary slight from device to device and from browser to browser. However - look for a symbol with three dots 'ooo' or the link to 'View/Download' all sizes. When you click on either of these you will be presented with the option to download the image. Remember just doing a right-click and "save target as" will not work on Flickr. How can I get full resolution, print-quality, copies of these photographs? If you just need these photographs for online usage then they can be used directly once you respect their Creative Commons license and provide a link back to our Flickr set if you use them. For offline usage and printing all of the photographs posted here on this Flickr set are available free, at no cost, at full image resolution. Please email petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com with the links to the photographs you would like to obtain a full resolution copy of. We also ask race organisers, media, etc to ask for permission before use of our images for flyers, posters, etc. We reserve the right to refuse a request. In summary please remember when requesting photographs from us - If you are using the photographs online all we ask is for you to provide a link back to our Flickr set or Flickr pages. You will find the link above clearly outlined in the description text which accompanies this photograph. Taking these photographs and preparing them for online posting does take a significant effort and time. We are not posting photographs to Flickr for commercial reasons. If you really like what we do please spread the link around your social media, send us an email, leave a comment beside the photographs, send us a Flickr email, etc. If you are using the photographs in newspapers or magazines we ask that you mention where the original photograph came from. I would like to contribute something for your photograph(s)? Many people offer payment for our photographs. As stated above we do not charge for these photographs. We take these photographs as our contribution to the running community in Ireland. If you feel that the photograph(s) you request are good enough that you would consider paying for their purchase from other photographic providers or in other circumstances we would suggest that you can provide a donation to any of the great charities in Ireland who do work for Cancer Care or Cancer Research in Ireland. I ran in the race - but my photograph doesn't appear here in your Flickr set! What gives? As mentioned above we take these photographs as a hobby and as a voluntary contribution to the running community in Ireland. Very often we have actually ran in the same race and then switched to photographer mode after we finished the race. Consequently, we feel that we have no obligations to capture a photograph of every participant in the race. However, we do try our very best to capture as many participants as possible. But this is sometimes not possible for a variety of reasons:      ►You were hidden behind another participant as you passed our camera      ►Weather or lighting conditions meant that we had some photographs with blurry content which we did not upload to our Flickr set      ►There were too many people - some races attract thousands of participants and as amateur photographs we cannot hope to capture photographs of everyone      ►We simply missed you - sorry about that - we did our best! You can email us petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com to enquire if we have a photograph of you which didn't make the final Flickr selection for the race. But we cannot promise that there will be photograph there. As alternatives we advise you to contact the race organisers to enquire if there were (1) other photographs taking photographs at the race event or if (2) there were professional commercial sports photographers taking photographs which might have some photographs of you available for purchase. You might find some links for further information above. Don't like your photograph here? That's OK! We understand! If, for any reason, you are not happy or comfortable with your picture appearing here in this photoset on Flickr then please email us at petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com and we will remove it as soon as possible. We give careful consideration to each photograph before uploading. I want to tell people about these great photographs! Great! Thank you! The best link to spread the word around is probably http://www.flickr.com/peterm7/sets This is a photograph from the 3rd running of the Finea 5KM Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Finea, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Sunday 23rd March 2014 at 12:00. The race is organised in conjunction with the Castletown Finea Coole and Whitehall GAA club which is an amalgamation club of the GAA clubs of the surrounding parishes. Whilst the numbers were lower than the races from 2013 there was still a great local country atmosphere with runners, joggers, and walkers enjoying the cold but dry and sunny weather for the race. There was a great spread of refreshments provided in Fitzsimons Bar after the race. A full set of photographs from today's race is available on our Flickr photostream in this set: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157642756508483/ Reading on a Smartphone or tablet? Don't forget to scroll down further to read more about this race and see important Internet links to other information about the race! You can also find out how to access and download these photographs. This race is unique in the fact that it provided participants with the opportunity to compete in a race in two counties (Westmeath and Cavan) and two provinces (Ulster and Leinster) in Ireland during the same race. The race started on the Cavan side of the famous bridge of Finea and finished on the banks of the river. Finea is a beautiful Irish village which is well known for its scenery and it's position in the beautiful landscape of North Westmeath amongst the lakes and hills. The race crosses the River Inny which provides a natural drainage river between Lough Kinale to the south and the much larger Lough Sheelin [en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lough_Sheelin] to the north. The race was well stewarded at all road junctions. Water was provided at the 3KM mark. Course: The race starts and finishes at either side of the Bridge of Finea. The Bridge End Bar was the start where the race went out 400m on the Granard road and runners turned around at cone and headed back into Co. Westmeath over the bridge and the 1km mark. Following the Castlepollard Road the race took at left at the 2km and followed a loop back past the National School and back into Finea village again for a finish down on the banks of the River Inny. The course was a tough undulating course but fair. Any short hills were balanced out by adequate down-hill the other side. The stewards provided excellent traffic management on what is a busy section of road between the 1st KM and the final KM and the finish. Location Map: Start/finish and registration took place at the Bridge (see Google StreetView Image here goo.gl/maps/1Zqek) Refreshments: There was a very impressive selection of refreshments including sandwiches and home-made breads in Fitzsimon's Bridge End Bar afterwards. Some Useful Links Our Photographs on Flickr from the Finea 5KM - August 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635178384858/ Where is Finea? (Google Maps) goo.gl/maps/P419C Where is Finea? (OpenStreetMap) osm.org/go/etif8ja?m= Where is Finea? (Ordnance Survey Ireland) maps.osi.ie/publicviewer/#V1,640177,781454,7,10 Wikipedia Page about Finea: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finnea FACEBOOK Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2013 www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight (Requires Facebook Access) Facebook Event Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2014: www.facebook.com/events/1401167980152954/?ref=ts&fref=ts (Requires Facebook Access) CFCW GAA Facebook www.facebook.com/pages/Castletown-Finea-Coole-Whitehall-G... The song which immortalised the Bridge of Finea - 'Come back Paddy Reilly' by Percy French - sung here by Paddy Reilly [www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGmrpMT0-yo] and lyrics [www.lyricsfreak.com/i/irish+music/come+back+paddy+reilly_...] FAcebook Photographs www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight/media_set?set=a.57172... We use Creative Commons Licensing for these photographs We use the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License for all our photographs here in this photograph set. What does this mean in reality? The explaination is very simple. Attribution- anyone using our photographs gives us an appropriate credit for it. This ensures that people aren't taking our photographs and passing them off as their own. This usually just mean putting a link to our photographs somewhere on your website, blog, or Facebook where other people can see it. ShareAlike – anyone can use these photographs, and make changes if they like, or incorporate them into a bigger project, but they must make those changes available back to the community under the same terms. Creative Commons aims to encourage creative sharing. See some examples of Creative Commons photographs on Flickr: www.flickr.com/creativecommons/ Can I use these photographs directly from Flickr on my social media account(s)? Yes - of course you can! Flickr provides several ways to share this and other photographs in this Flickr set. You can share to: email, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Tumblr, LiveJournal, and Wordpress and Blogger blog sites. Your mobile, tablet, or desktop device will also offer you several different options for sharing this photo page on your social media outlets. We take these photographs as a hobby and as a contribution to the running community in Ireland. Our only "cost" is our request that if you are using these images: (1) on social media sites such as Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, Twitter,LinkedIn, Google+, etc or (2) other websites, blogs, web multimedia, commercial/promotional material that you must provide a link back to our Flickr page to attribute us. This also extends the use of these images for Facebook profile pictures. In these cases please make a separate wall or blog post with a link to our Flickr page. If you do not know how this should be done for Facebook or other social media please email us and we will be happy to help suggest how to link to us. How can I download these pictures to my computer or device? You can download the photographic image here direct to your computer or device. This version is the low resolution web-quality image. How to download will vary slight from device to device and from browser to browser. However - look for a symbol with three dots 'ooo' or the link to 'View/Download' all sizes. When you click on either of these you will be presented with the option to download the image. Remember just doing a right-click and "save target as" will not work on Flickr. How can I get full resolution, print-quality, copies of these photographs? If you just need these photographs for online usage then they can be used directly once you respect their Creative Commons license and provide a link back to our Flickr set if you use them. For offline usage and printing all of the photographs posted here on this Flickr set are available free, at no cost, at full image resolution. Please email petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com with the links to the photographs you would like to obtain a full resolution copy of. We also ask race organisers, media, etc to ask for permission before use of our images for flyers, posters, etc. We reserve the right to refuse a request. In summary please remember when requesting photographs from us - If you are using the photographs online all we ask is for you to provide a link back to our Flickr set or Flickr pages. You will find the link above clearly outlined in the description text which accompanies this photograph. Taking these photographs and preparing them for online posting does take a significant effort and time. We are not posting photographs to Flickr for commercial reasons. If you really like what we do please spread the link around your social media, send us an email, leave a comment beside the photographs, send us a Flickr email, etc. If you are using the photographs in newspapers or magazines we ask that you mention where the original photograph came from. I would like to contribute something for your photograph(s)? Many people offer payment for our photographs. As stated above we do not charge for these photographs. We take these photographs as our contribution to the running community in Ireland. If you feel that the photograph(s) you request are good enough that you would consider paying for their purchase from other photographic providers or in other circumstances we would suggest that you can provide a donation to any of the great charities in Ireland who do work for Cancer Care or Cancer Research in Ireland. I ran in the race - but my photograph doesn't appear here in your Flickr set! What gives? As mentioned above we take these photographs as a hobby and as a voluntary contribution to the running community in Ireland. Very often we have actually ran in the same race and then switched to photographer mode after we finished the race. Consequently, we feel that we have no obligations to capture a photograph of every participant in the race. However, we do try our very best to capture as many participants as possible. But this is sometimes not possible for a variety of reasons:      ►You were hidden behind another participant as you passed our camera      ►Weather or lighting conditions meant that we had some photographs with blurry content which we did not upload to our Flickr set      ►There were too many people - some races attract thousands of participants and as amateur photographs we cannot hope to capture photographs of everyone      ►We simply missed you - sorry about that - we did our best! You can email us petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com to enquire if we have a photograph of you which didn't make the final Flickr selection for the race. But we cannot promise that there will be photograph there. As alternatives we advise you to contact the race organisers to enquire if there were (1) other photographs taking photographs at the race event or if (2) there were professional commercial sports photographers taking photographs which might have some photographs of you available for purchase. You might find some links for further information above. Don't like your photograph here? That's OK! We understand! If, for any reason, you are not happy or comfortable with your picture appearing here in this photoset on Flickr then please email us at petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com and we will remove it as soon as possible. We give careful consideration to each photograph before uploading. I want to tell people about these great photographs! Great! Thank you! The best link to spread the word around is probably http://www.flickr.com/peterm7/sets
  • License*: Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License - photo in flikr foto flickr
    *The photographs are copyrighted by their respective owners.
The Finea 5KM Road Race March 2014
The Finea 5KM Road Race March 2014
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-03-23 14:08:04
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°46'51"N - 7°23'25"W
  • This is a photograph from the 3rd running of the Finea 5KM Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Finea, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Sunday 23rd March 2014 at 12:00. The race is organised in conjunction with the Castletown Finea Coole and Whitehall GAA club which is an amalgamation club of the GAA clubs of the surrounding parishes. Whilst the numbers were lower than the races from 2013 there was still a great local country atmosphere with runners, joggers, and walkers enjoying the cold but dry and sunny weather for the race. There was a great spread of refreshments provided in Fitzsimons Bar after the race. A full set of photographs from today's race is available on our Flickr photostream in this set: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157642756508483/ Reading on a Smartphone or tablet? Don't forget to scroll down further to read more about this race and see important Internet links to other information about the race! You can also find out how to access and download these photographs. This race is unique in the fact that it provided participants with the opportunity to compete in a race in two counties (Westmeath and Cavan) and two provinces (Ulster and Leinster) in Ireland during the same race. The race started on the Cavan side of the famous bridge of Finea and finished on the banks of the river. Finea is a beautiful Irish village which is well known for its scenery and it's position in the beautiful landscape of North Westmeath amongst the lakes and hills. The race crosses the River Inny which provides a natural drainage river between Lough Kinale to the south and the much larger Lough Sheelin [en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lough_Sheelin] to the north. The race was well stewarded at all road junctions. Water was provided at the 3KM mark. Course: The race starts and finishes at either side of the Bridge of Finea. The Bridge End Bar was the start where the race went out 400m on the Granard road and runners turned around at cone and headed back into Co. Westmeath over the bridge and the 1km mark. Following the Castlepollard Road the race took at left at the 2km and followed a loop back past the National School and back into Finea village again for a finish down on the banks of the River Inny. The course was a tough undulating course but fair. Any short hills were balanced out by adequate down-hill the other side. The stewards provided excellent traffic management on what is a busy section of road between the 1st KM and the final KM and the finish. Location Map: Start/finish and registration took place at the Bridge (see Google StreetView Image here goo.gl/maps/1Zqek) Refreshments: There was a very impressive selection of refreshments including sandwiches and home-made breads in Fitzsimon's Bridge End Bar afterwards. Some Useful Links Our Photographs on Flickr from the Finea 5KM - August 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635178384858/ Where is Finea? (Google Maps) goo.gl/maps/P419C Where is Finea? (OpenStreetMap) osm.org/go/etif8ja?m= Where is Finea? (Ordnance Survey Ireland) maps.osi.ie/publicviewer/#V1,640177,781454,7,10 Wikipedia Page about Finea: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finnea FACEBOOK Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2013 www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight (Requires Facebook Access) Facebook Event Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2014: www.facebook.com/events/1401167980152954/?ref=ts&fref=ts (Requires Facebook Access) CFCW GAA Facebook www.facebook.com/pages/Castletown-Finea-Coole-Whitehall-G... The song which immortalised the Bridge of Finea - 'Come back Paddy Reilly' by Percy French - sung here by Paddy Reilly [www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGmrpMT0-yo] and lyrics [www.lyricsfreak.com/i/irish+music/come+back+paddy+reilly_...] FAcebook Photographs www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight/media_set?set=a.57172... We use Creative Commons Licensing for these photographs We use the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License for all our photographs here in this photograph set. What does this mean in reality? The explaination is very simple. Attribution- anyone using our photographs gives us an appropriate credit for it. This ensures that people aren't taking our photographs and passing them off as their own. This usually just mean putting a link to our photographs somewhere on your website, blog, or Facebook where other people can see it. ShareAlike – anyone can use these photographs, and make changes if they like, or incorporate them into a bigger project, but they must make those changes available back to the community under the same terms. Creative Commons aims to encourage creative sharing. See some examples of Creative Commons photographs on Flickr: www.flickr.com/creativecommons/ Can I use these photographs directly from Flickr on my social media account(s)? Yes - of course you can! Flickr provides several ways to share this and other photographs in this Flickr set. You can share to: email, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Tumblr, LiveJournal, and Wordpress and Blogger blog sites. Your mobile, tablet, or desktop device will also offer you several different options for sharing this photo page on your social media outlets. We take these photographs as a hobby and as a contribution to the running community in Ireland. Our only "cost" is our request that if you are using these images: (1) on social media sites such as Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, Twitter,LinkedIn, Google+, etc or (2) other websites, blogs, web multimedia, commercial/promotional material that you must provide a link back to our Flickr page to attribute us. This also extends the use of these images for Facebook profile pictures. In these cases please make a separate wall or blog post with a link to our Flickr page. If you do not know how this should be done for Facebook or other social media please email us and we will be happy to help suggest how to link to us. How can I download these pictures to my computer or device? You can download the photographic image here direct to your computer or device. This version is the low resolution web-quality image. How to download will vary slight from device to device and from browser to browser. However - look for a symbol with three dots 'ooo' or the link to 'View/Download' all sizes. When you click on either of these you will be presented with the option to download the image. Remember just doing a right-click and "save target as" will not work on Flickr. How can I get full resolution, print-quality, copies of these photographs? If you just need these photographs for online usage then they can be used directly once you respect their Creative Commons license and provide a link back to our Flickr set if you use them. For offline usage and printing all of the photographs posted here on this Flickr set are available free, at no cost, at full image resolution. Please email petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com with the links to the photographs you would like to obtain a full resolution copy of. We also ask race organisers, media, etc to ask for permission before use of our images for flyers, posters, etc. We reserve the right to refuse a request. In summary please remember when requesting photographs from us - If you are using the photographs online all we ask is for you to provide a link back to our Flickr set or Flickr pages. You will find the link above clearly outlined in the description text which accompanies this photograph. Taking these photographs and preparing them for online posting does take a significant effort and time. We are not posting photographs to Flickr for commercial reasons. If you really like what we do please spread the link around your social media, send us an email, leave a comment beside the photographs, send us a Flickr email, etc. If you are using the photographs in newspapers or magazines we ask that you mention where the original photograph came from. I would like to contribute something for your photograph(s)? Many people offer payment for our photographs. As stated above we do not charge for these photographs. We take these photographs as our contribution to the running community in Ireland. If you feel that the photograph(s) you request are good enough that you would consider paying for their purchase from other photographic providers or in other circumstances we would suggest that you can provide a donation to any of the great charities in Ireland who do work for Cancer Care or Cancer Research in Ireland. I ran in the race - but my photograph doesn't appear here in your Flickr set! What gives? As mentioned above we take these photographs as a hobby and as a voluntary contribution to the running community in Ireland. Very often we have actually ran in the same race and then switched to photographer mode after we finished the race. Consequently, we feel that we have no obligations to capture a photograph of every participant in the race. However, we do try our very best to capture as many participants as possible. But this is sometimes not possible for a variety of reasons:      ►You were hidden behind another participant as you passed our camera      ►Weather or lighting conditions meant that we had some photographs with blurry content which we did not upload to our Flickr set      ►There were too many people - some races attract thousands of participants and as amateur photographs we cannot hope to capture photographs of everyone      ►We simply missed you - sorry about that - we did our best! You can email us petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com to enquire if we have a photograph of you which didn't make the final Flickr selection for the race. But we cannot promise that there will be photograph there. As alternatives we advise you to contact the race organisers to enquire if there were (1) other photographs taking photographs at the race event or if (2) there were professional commercial sports photographers taking photographs which might have some photographs of you available for purchase. You might find some links for further information above. Don't like your photograph here? That's OK! We understand! If, for any reason, you are not happy or comfortable with your picture appearing here in this photoset on Flickr then please email us at petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com and we will remove it as soon as possible. We give careful consideration to each photograph before uploading. I want to tell people about these great photographs! Great! Thank you! The best link to spread the word around is probably http://www.flickr.com/peterm7/sets This is a photograph from the 3rd running of the Finea 5KM Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Finea, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Sunday 23rd March 2014 at 12:00. The race is organised in conjunction with the Castletown Finea Coole and Whitehall GAA club which is an amalgamation club of the GAA clubs of the surrounding parishes. Whilst the numbers were lower than the races from 2013 there was still a great local country atmosphere with runners, joggers, and walkers enjoying the cold but dry and sunny weather for the race. There was a great spread of refreshments provided in Fitzsimons Bar after the race. A full set of photographs from today's race is available on our Flickr photostream in this set: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157642756508483/ Reading on a Smartphone or tablet? Don't forget to scroll down further to read more about this race and see important Internet links to other information about the race! You can also find out how to access and download these photographs. This race is unique in the fact that it provided participants with the opportunity to compete in a race in two counties (Westmeath and Cavan) and two provinces (Ulster and Leinster) in Ireland during the same race. The race started on the Cavan side of the famous bridge of Finea and finished on the banks of the river. Finea is a beautiful Irish village which is well known for its scenery and it's position in the beautiful landscape of North Westmeath amongst the lakes and hills. The race crosses the River Inny which provides a natural drainage river between Lough Kinale to the south and the much larger Lough Sheelin [en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lough_Sheelin] to the north. The race was well stewarded at all road junctions. Water was provided at the 3KM mark. Course: The race starts and finishes at either side of the Bridge of Finea. The Bridge End Bar was the start where the race went out 400m on the Granard road and runners turned around at cone and headed back into Co. Westmeath over the bridge and the 1km mark. Following the Castlepollard Road the race took at left at the 2km and followed a loop back past the National School and back into Finea village again for a finish down on the banks of the River Inny. The course was a tough undulating course but fair. Any short hills were balanced out by adequate down-hill the other side. The stewards provided excellent traffic management on what is a busy section of road between the 1st KM and the final KM and the finish. Location Map: Start/finish and registration took place at the Bridge (see Google StreetView Image here goo.gl/maps/1Zqek) Refreshments: There was a very impressive selection of refreshments including sandwiches and home-made breads in Fitzsimon's Bridge End Bar afterwards. Some Useful Links Our Photographs on Flickr from the Finea 5KM - August 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635178384858/ Where is Finea? (Google Maps) goo.gl/maps/P419C Where is Finea? (OpenStreetMap) osm.org/go/etif8ja?m= Where is Finea? (Ordnance Survey Ireland) maps.osi.ie/publicviewer/#V1,640177,781454,7,10 Wikipedia Page about Finea: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finnea FACEBOOK Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2013 www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight (Requires Facebook Access) Facebook Event Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2014: www.facebook.com/events/1401167980152954/?ref=ts&fref=ts (Requires Facebook Access) CFCW GAA Facebook www.facebook.com/pages/Castletown-Finea-Coole-Whitehall-G... The song which immortalised the Bridge of Finea - 'Come back Paddy Reilly' by Percy French - sung here by Paddy Reilly [www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGmrpMT0-yo] and lyrics [www.lyricsfreak.com/i/irish+music/come+back+paddy+reilly_...] FAcebook Photographs www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight/media_set?set=a.57172... We use Creative Commons Licensing for these photographs We use the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License for all our photographs here in this photograph set. What does this mean in reality? The explaination is very simple. Attribution- anyone using our photographs gives us an appropriate credit for it. This ensures that people aren't taking our photographs and passing them off as their own. This usually just mean putting a link to our photographs somewhere on your website, blog, or Facebook where other people can see it. ShareAlike – anyone can use these photographs, and make changes if they like, or incorporate them into a bigger project, but they must make those changes available back to the community under the same terms. Creative Commons aims to encourage creative sharing. See some examples of Creative Commons photographs on Flickr: www.flickr.com/creativecommons/ Can I use these photographs directly from Flickr on my social media account(s)? Yes - of course you can! Flickr provides several ways to share this and other photographs in this Flickr set. You can share to: email, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Tumblr, LiveJournal, and Wordpress and Blogger blog sites. Your mobile, tablet, or desktop device will also offer you several different options for sharing this photo page on your social media outlets. We take these photographs as a hobby and as a contribution to the running community in Ireland. Our only "cost" is our request that if you are using these images: (1) on social media sites such as Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, Twitter,LinkedIn, Google+, etc or (2) other websites, blogs, web multimedia, commercial/promotional material that you must provide a link back to our Flickr page to attribute us. This also extends the use of these images for Facebook profile pictures. In these cases please make a separate wall or blog post with a link to our Flickr page. If you do not know how this should be done for Facebook or other social media please email us and we will be happy to help suggest how to link to us. How can I download these pictures to my computer or device? You can download the photographic image here direct to your computer or device. This version is the low resolution web-quality image. How to download will vary slight from device to device and from browser to browser. However - look for a symbol with three dots 'ooo' or the link to 'View/Download' all sizes. When you click on either of these you will be presented with the option to download the image. Remember just doing a right-click and "save target as" will not work on Flickr. How can I get full resolution, print-quality, copies of these photographs? If you just need these photographs for online usage then they can be used directly once you respect their Creative Commons license and provide a link back to our Flickr set if you use them. For offline usage and printing all of the photographs posted here on this Flickr set are available free, at no cost, at full image resolution. Please email petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com with the links to the photographs you would like to obtain a full resolution copy of. We also ask race organisers, media, etc to ask for permission before use of our images for flyers, posters, etc. We reserve the right to refuse a request. In summary please remember when requesting photographs from us - If you are using the photographs online all we ask is for you to provide a link back to our Flickr set or Flickr pages. You will find the link above clearly outlined in the description text which accompanies this photograph. Taking these photographs and preparing them for online posting does take a significant effort and time. We are not posting photographs to Flickr for commercial reasons. If you really like what we do please spread the link around your social media, send us an email, leave a comment beside the photographs, send us a Flickr email, etc. If you are using the photographs in newspapers or magazines we ask that you mention where the original photograph came from. I would like to contribute something for your photograph(s)? Many people offer payment for our photographs. As stated above we do not charge for these photographs. We take these photographs as our contribution to the running community in Ireland. If you feel that the photograph(s) you request are good enough that you would consider paying for their purchase from other photographic providers or in other circumstances we would suggest that you can provide a donation to any of the great charities in Ireland who do work for Cancer Care or Cancer Research in Ireland. I ran in the race - but my photograph doesn't appear here in your Flickr set! What gives? As mentioned above we take these photographs as a hobby and as a voluntary contribution to the running community in Ireland. Very often we have actually ran in the same race and then switched to photographer mode after we finished the race. Consequently, we feel that we have no obligations to capture a photograph of every participant in the race. However, we do try our very best to capture as many participants as possible. But this is sometimes not possible for a variety of reasons:      ►You were hidden behind another participant as you passed our camera      ►Weather or lighting conditions meant that we had some photographs with blurry content which we did not upload to our Flickr set      ►There were too many people - some races attract thousands of participants and as amateur photographs we cannot hope to capture photographs of everyone      ►We simply missed you - sorry about that - we did our best! You can email us petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com to enquire if we have a photograph of you which didn't make the final Flickr selection for the race. But we cannot promise that there will be photograph there. As alternatives we advise you to contact the race organisers to enquire if there were (1) other photographs taking photographs at the race event or if (2) there were professional commercial sports photographers taking photographs which might have some photographs of you available for purchase. You might find some links for further information above. Don't like your photograph here? That's OK! We understand! If, for any reason, you are not happy or comfortable with your picture appearing here in this photoset on Flickr then please email us at petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com and we will remove it as soon as possible. We give careful consideration to each photograph before uploading. I want to tell people about these great photographs! Great! Thank you! The best link to spread the word around is probably http://www.flickr.com/peterm7/sets
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The Finea 5KM Road Race March 2014
The Finea 5KM Road Race March 2014
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-03-23 14:07:54
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°46'51"N - 7°23'25"W
  • This is a photograph from the 3rd running of the Finea 5KM Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Finea, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Sunday 23rd March 2014 at 12:00. The race is organised in conjunction with the Castletown Finea Coole and Whitehall GAA club which is an amalgamation club of the GAA clubs of the surrounding parishes. Whilst the numbers were lower than the races from 2013 there was still a great local country atmosphere with runners, joggers, and walkers enjoying the cold but dry and sunny weather for the race. There was a great spread of refreshments provided in Fitzsimons Bar after the race. A full set of photographs from today's race is available on our Flickr photostream in this set: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157642756508483/ Reading on a Smartphone or tablet? Don't forget to scroll down further to read more about this race and see important Internet links to other information about the race! You can also find out how to access and download these photographs. This race is unique in the fact that it provided participants with the opportunity to compete in a race in two counties (Westmeath and Cavan) and two provinces (Ulster and Leinster) in Ireland during the same race. The race started on the Cavan side of the famous bridge of Finea and finished on the banks of the river. Finea is a beautiful Irish village which is well known for its scenery and it's position in the beautiful landscape of North Westmeath amongst the lakes and hills. The race crosses the River Inny which provides a natural drainage river between Lough Kinale to the south and the much larger Lough Sheelin [en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lough_Sheelin] to the north. The race was well stewarded at all road junctions. Water was provided at the 3KM mark. Course: The race starts and finishes at either side of the Bridge of Finea. The Bridge End Bar was the start where the race went out 400m on the Granard road and runners turned around at cone and headed back into Co. Westmeath over the bridge and the 1km mark. Following the Castlepollard Road the race took at left at the 2km and followed a loop back past the National School and back into Finea village again for a finish down on the banks of the River Inny. The course was a tough undulating course but fair. Any short hills were balanced out by adequate down-hill the other side. The stewards provided excellent traffic management on what is a busy section of road between the 1st KM and the final KM and the finish. Location Map: Start/finish and registration took place at the Bridge (see Google StreetView Image here goo.gl/maps/1Zqek) Refreshments: There was a very impressive selection of refreshments including sandwiches and home-made breads in Fitzsimon's Bridge End Bar afterwards. Some Useful Links Our Photographs on Flickr from the Finea 5KM - August 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635178384858/ Where is Finea? (Google Maps) goo.gl/maps/P419C Where is Finea? (OpenStreetMap) osm.org/go/etif8ja?m= Where is Finea? (Ordnance Survey Ireland) maps.osi.ie/publicviewer/#V1,640177,781454,7,10 Wikipedia Page about Finea: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finnea FACEBOOK Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2013 www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight (Requires Facebook Access) Facebook Event Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2014: www.facebook.com/events/1401167980152954/?ref=ts&fref=ts (Requires Facebook Access) CFCW GAA Facebook www.facebook.com/pages/Castletown-Finea-Coole-Whitehall-G... The song which immortalised the Bridge of Finea - 'Come back Paddy Reilly' by Percy French - sung here by Paddy Reilly [www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGmrpMT0-yo] and lyrics [www.lyricsfreak.com/i/irish+music/come+back+paddy+reilly_...] FAcebook Photographs www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight/media_set?set=a.57172... We use Creative Commons Licensing for these photographs We use the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License for all our photographs here in this photograph set. What does this mean in reality? The explaination is very simple. Attribution- anyone using our photographs gives us an appropriate credit for it. This ensures that people aren't taking our photographs and passing them off as their own. This usually just mean putting a link to our photographs somewhere on your website, blog, or Facebook where other people can see it. ShareAlike – anyone can use these photographs, and make changes if they like, or incorporate them into a bigger project, but they must make those changes available back to the community under the same terms. Creative Commons aims to encourage creative sharing. See some examples of Creative Commons photographs on Flickr: www.flickr.com/creativecommons/ Can I use these photographs directly from Flickr on my social media account(s)? Yes - of course you can! Flickr provides several ways to share this and other photographs in this Flickr set. You can share to: email, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Tumblr, LiveJournal, and Wordpress and Blogger blog sites. Your mobile, tablet, or desktop device will also offer you several different options for sharing this photo page on your social media outlets. We take these photographs as a hobby and as a contribution to the running community in Ireland. Our only "cost" is our request that if you are using these images: (1) on social media sites such as Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, Twitter,LinkedIn, Google+, etc or (2) other websites, blogs, web multimedia, commercial/promotional material that you must provide a link back to our Flickr page to attribute us. This also extends the use of these images for Facebook profile pictures. In these cases please make a separate wall or blog post with a link to our Flickr page. If you do not know how this should be done for Facebook or other social media please email us and we will be happy to help suggest how to link to us. How can I download these pictures to my computer or device? You can download the photographic image here direct to your computer or device. This version is the low resolution web-quality image. How to download will vary slight from device to device and from browser to browser. However - look for a symbol with three dots 'ooo' or the link to 'View/Download' all sizes. When you click on either of these you will be presented with the option to download the image. Remember just doing a right-click and "save target as" will not work on Flickr. How can I get full resolution, print-quality, copies of these photographs? If you just need these photographs for online usage then they can be used directly once you respect their Creative Commons license and provide a link back to our Flickr set if you use them. For offline usage and printing all of the photographs posted here on this Flickr set are available free, at no cost, at full image resolution. Please email petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com with the links to the photographs you would like to obtain a full resolution copy of. We also ask race organisers, media, etc to ask for permission before use of our images for flyers, posters, etc. We reserve the right to refuse a request. In summary please remember when requesting photographs from us - If you are using the photographs online all we ask is for you to provide a link back to our Flickr set or Flickr pages. You will find the link above clearly outlined in the description text which accompanies this photograph. Taking these photographs and preparing them for online posting does take a significant effort and time. We are not posting photographs to Flickr for commercial reasons. If you really like what we do please spread the link around your social media, send us an email, leave a comment beside the photographs, send us a Flickr email, etc. If you are using the photographs in newspapers or magazines we ask that you mention where the original photograph came from. I would like to contribute something for your photograph(s)? Many people offer payment for our photographs. As stated above we do not charge for these photographs. We take these photographs as our contribution to the running community in Ireland. If you feel that the photograph(s) you request are good enough that you would consider paying for their purchase from other photographic providers or in other circumstances we would suggest that you can provide a donation to any of the great charities in Ireland who do work for Cancer Care or Cancer Research in Ireland. I ran in the race - but my photograph doesn't appear here in your Flickr set! What gives? As mentioned above we take these photographs as a hobby and as a voluntary contribution to the running community in Ireland. Very often we have actually ran in the same race and then switched to photographer mode after we finished the race. Consequently, we feel that we have no obligations to capture a photograph of every participant in the race. However, we do try our very best to capture as many participants as possible. But this is sometimes not possible for a variety of reasons:      ►You were hidden behind another participant as you passed our camera      ►Weather or lighting conditions meant that we had some photographs with blurry content which we did not upload to our Flickr set      ►There were too many people - some races attract thousands of participants and as amateur photographs we cannot hope to capture photographs of everyone      ►We simply missed you - sorry about that - we did our best! You can email us petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com to enquire if we have a photograph of you which didn't make the final Flickr selection for the race. But we cannot promise that there will be photograph there. As alternatives we advise you to contact the race organisers to enquire if there were (1) other photographs taking photographs at the race event or if (2) there were professional commercial sports photographers taking photographs which might have some photographs of you available for purchase. You might find some links for further information above. Don't like your photograph here? That's OK! We understand! If, for any reason, you are not happy or comfortable with your picture appearing here in this photoset on Flickr then please email us at petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com and we will remove it as soon as possible. We give careful consideration to each photograph before uploading. I want to tell people about these great photographs! Great! Thank you! The best link to spread the word around is probably http://www.flickr.com/peterm7/sets This is a photograph from the 3rd running of the Finea 5KM Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Finea, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Sunday 23rd March 2014 at 12:00. The race is organised in conjunction with the Castletown Finea Coole and Whitehall GAA club which is an amalgamation club of the GAA clubs of the surrounding parishes. Whilst the numbers were lower than the races from 2013 there was still a great local country atmosphere with runners, joggers, and walkers enjoying the cold but dry and sunny weather for the race. There was a great spread of refreshments provided in Fitzsimons Bar after the race. A full set of photographs from today's race is available on our Flickr photostream in this set: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157642756508483/ Reading on a Smartphone or tablet? Don't forget to scroll down further to read more about this race and see important Internet links to other information about the race! You can also find out how to access and download these photographs. This race is unique in the fact that it provided participants with the opportunity to compete in a race in two counties (Westmeath and Cavan) and two provinces (Ulster and Leinster) in Ireland during the same race. The race started on the Cavan side of the famous bridge of Finea and finished on the banks of the river. Finea is a beautiful Irish village which is well known for its scenery and it's position in the beautiful landscape of North Westmeath amongst the lakes and hills. The race crosses the River Inny which provides a natural drainage river between Lough Kinale to the south and the much larger Lough Sheelin [en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lough_Sheelin] to the north. The race was well stewarded at all road junctions. Water was provided at the 3KM mark. Course: The race starts and finishes at either side of the Bridge of Finea. The Bridge End Bar was the start where the race went out 400m on the Granard road and runners turned around at cone and headed back into Co. Westmeath over the bridge and the 1km mark. Following the Castlepollard Road the race took at left at the 2km and followed a loop back past the National School and back into Finea village again for a finish down on the banks of the River Inny. The course was a tough undulating course but fair. Any short hills were balanced out by adequate down-hill the other side. The stewards provided excellent traffic management on what is a busy section of road between the 1st KM and the final KM and the finish. Location Map: Start/finish and registration took place at the Bridge (see Google StreetView Image here goo.gl/maps/1Zqek) Refreshments: There was a very impressive selection of refreshments including sandwiches and home-made breads in Fitzsimon's Bridge End Bar afterwards. Some Useful Links Our Photographs on Flickr from the Finea 5KM - August 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635178384858/ Where is Finea? (Google Maps) goo.gl/maps/P419C Where is Finea? (OpenStreetMap) osm.org/go/etif8ja?m= Where is Finea? (Ordnance Survey Ireland) maps.osi.ie/publicviewer/#V1,640177,781454,7,10 Wikipedia Page about Finea: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finnea FACEBOOK Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2013 www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight (Requires Facebook Access) Facebook Event Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2014: www.facebook.com/events/1401167980152954/?ref=ts&fref=ts (Requires Facebook Access) CFCW GAA Facebook www.facebook.com/pages/Castletown-Finea-Coole-Whitehall-G... The song which immortalised the Bridge of Finea - 'Come back Paddy Reilly' by Percy French - sung here by Paddy Reilly [www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGmrpMT0-yo] and lyrics [www.lyricsfreak.com/i/irish+music/come+back+paddy+reilly_...] FAcebook Photographs www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight/media_set?set=a.57172... We use Creative Commons Licensing for these photographs We use the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License for all our photographs here in this photograph set. What does this mean in reality? The explaination is very simple. Attribution- anyone using our photographs gives us an appropriate credit for it. This ensures that people aren't taking our photographs and passing them off as their own. This usually just mean putting a link to our photographs somewhere on your website, blog, or Facebook where other people can see it. ShareAlike – anyone can use these photographs, and make changes if they like, or incorporate them into a bigger project, but they must make those changes available back to the community under the same terms. Creative Commons aims to encourage creative sharing. See some examples of Creative Commons photographs on Flickr: www.flickr.com/creativecommons/ Can I use these photographs directly from Flickr on my social media account(s)? Yes - of course you can! Flickr provides several ways to share this and other photographs in this Flickr set. You can share to: email, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Tumblr, LiveJournal, and Wordpress and Blogger blog sites. Your mobile, tablet, or desktop device will also offer you several different options for sharing this photo page on your social media outlets. We take these photographs as a hobby and as a contribution to the running community in Ireland. Our only "cost" is our request that if you are using these images: (1) on social media sites such as Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, Twitter,LinkedIn, Google+, etc or (2) other websites, blogs, web multimedia, commercial/promotional material that you must provide a link back to our Flickr page to attribute us. This also extends the use of these images for Facebook profile pictures. In these cases please make a separate wall or blog post with a link to our Flickr page. If you do not know how this should be done for Facebook or other social media please email us and we will be happy to help suggest how to link to us. How can I download these pictures to my computer or device? You can download the photographic image here direct to your computer or device. This version is the low resolution web-quality image. How to download will vary slight from device to device and from browser to browser. However - look for a symbol with three dots 'ooo' or the link to 'View/Download' all sizes. When you click on either of these you will be presented with the option to download the image. Remember just doing a right-click and "save target as" will not work on Flickr. How can I get full resolution, print-quality, copies of these photographs? If you just need these photographs for online usage then they can be used directly once you respect their Creative Commons license and provide a link back to our Flickr set if you use them. For offline usage and printing all of the photographs posted here on this Flickr set are available free, at no cost, at full image resolution. Please email petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com with the links to the photographs you would like to obtain a full resolution copy of. We also ask race organisers, media, etc to ask for permission before use of our images for flyers, posters, etc. We reserve the right to refuse a request. In summary please remember when requesting photographs from us - If you are using the photographs online all we ask is for you to provide a link back to our Flickr set or Flickr pages. You will find the link above clearly outlined in the description text which accompanies this photograph. Taking these photographs and preparing them for online posting does take a significant effort and time. We are not posting photographs to Flickr for commercial reasons. If you really like what we do please spread the link around your social media, send us an email, leave a comment beside the photographs, send us a Flickr email, etc. If you are using the photographs in newspapers or magazines we ask that you mention where the original photograph came from. I would like to contribute something for your photograph(s)? Many people offer payment for our photographs. As stated above we do not charge for these photographs. We take these photographs as our contribution to the running community in Ireland. If you feel that the photograph(s) you request are good enough that you would consider paying for their purchase from other photographic providers or in other circumstances we would suggest that you can provide a donation to any of the great charities in Ireland who do work for Cancer Care or Cancer Research in Ireland. I ran in the race - but my photograph doesn't appear here in your Flickr set! What gives? As mentioned above we take these photographs as a hobby and as a voluntary contribution to the running community in Ireland. Very often we have actually ran in the same race and then switched to photographer mode after we finished the race. Consequently, we feel that we have no obligations to capture a photograph of every participant in the race. However, we do try our very best to capture as many participants as possible. But this is sometimes not possible for a variety of reasons:      ►You were hidden behind another participant as you passed our camera      ►Weather or lighting conditions meant that we had some photographs with blurry content which we did not upload to our Flickr set      ►There were too many people - some races attract thousands of participants and as amateur photographs we cannot hope to capture photographs of everyone      ►We simply missed you - sorry about that - we did our best! You can email us petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com to enquire if we have a photograph of you which didn't make the final Flickr selection for the race. But we cannot promise that there will be photograph there. As alternatives we advise you to contact the race organisers to enquire if there were (1) other photographs taking photographs at the race event or if (2) there were professional commercial sports photographers taking photographs which might have some photographs of you available for purchase. You might find some links for further information above. Don't like your photograph here? That's OK! We understand! If, for any reason, you are not happy or comfortable with your picture appearing here in this photoset on Flickr then please email us at petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com and we will remove it as soon as possible. We give careful consideration to each photograph before uploading. I want to tell people about these great photographs! Great! Thank you! The best link to spread the word around is probably http://www.flickr.com/peterm7/sets
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The Finea 5KM Road Race March 2014
The Finea 5KM Road Race March 2014
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-03-23 14:06:47
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°46'51"N - 7°23'25"W
  • This is a photograph from the 3rd running of the Finea 5KM Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Finea, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Sunday 23rd March 2014 at 12:00. The race is organised in conjunction with the Castletown Finea Coole and Whitehall GAA club which is an amalgamation club of the GAA clubs of the surrounding parishes. Whilst the numbers were lower than the races from 2013 there was still a great local country atmosphere with runners, joggers, and walkers enjoying the cold but dry and sunny weather for the race. There was a great spread of refreshments provided in Fitzsimons Bar after the race. A full set of photographs from today's race is available on our Flickr photostream in this set: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157642756508483/ Reading on a Smartphone or tablet? Don't forget to scroll down further to read more about this race and see important Internet links to other information about the race! You can also find out how to access and download these photographs. This race is unique in the fact that it provided participants with the opportunity to compete in a race in two counties (Westmeath and Cavan) and two provinces (Ulster and Leinster) in Ireland during the same race. The race started on the Cavan side of the famous bridge of Finea and finished on the banks of the river. Finea is a beautiful Irish village which is well known for its scenery and it's position in the beautiful landscape of North Westmeath amongst the lakes and hills. The race crosses the River Inny which provides a natural drainage river between Lough Kinale to the south and the much larger Lough Sheelin [en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lough_Sheelin] to the north. The race was well stewarded at all road junctions. Water was provided at the 3KM mark. Course: The race starts and finishes at either side of the Bridge of Finea. The Bridge End Bar was the start where the race went out 400m on the Granard road and runners turned around at cone and headed back into Co. Westmeath over the bridge and the 1km mark. Following the Castlepollard Road the race took at left at the 2km and followed a loop back past the National School and back into Finea village again for a finish down on the banks of the River Inny. The course was a tough undulating course but fair. Any short hills were balanced out by adequate down-hill the other side. The stewards provided excellent traffic management on what is a busy section of road between the 1st KM and the final KM and the finish. Location Map: Start/finish and registration took place at the Bridge (see Google StreetView Image here goo.gl/maps/1Zqek) Refreshments: There was a very impressive selection of refreshments including sandwiches and home-made breads in Fitzsimon's Bridge End Bar afterwards. Some Useful Links Our Photographs on Flickr from the Finea 5KM - August 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635178384858/ Where is Finea? (Google Maps) goo.gl/maps/P419C Where is Finea? (OpenStreetMap) osm.org/go/etif8ja?m= Where is Finea? (Ordnance Survey Ireland) maps.osi.ie/publicviewer/#V1,640177,781454,7,10 Wikipedia Page about Finea: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finnea FACEBOOK Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2013 www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight (Requires Facebook Access) Facebook Event Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2014: www.facebook.com/events/1401167980152954/?ref=ts&fref=ts (Requires Facebook Access) CFCW GAA Facebook www.facebook.com/pages/Castletown-Finea-Coole-Whitehall-G... The song which immortalised the Bridge of Finea - 'Come back Paddy Reilly' by Percy French - sung here by Paddy Reilly [www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGmrpMT0-yo] and lyrics [www.lyricsfreak.com/i/irish+music/come+back+paddy+reilly_...] FAcebook Photographs www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight/media_set?set=a.57172... We use Creative Commons Licensing for these photographs We use the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License for all our photographs here in this photograph set. What does this mean in reality? The explaination is very simple. Attribution- anyone using our photographs gives us an appropriate credit for it. This ensures that people aren't taking our photographs and passing them off as their own. This usually just mean putting a link to our photographs somewhere on your website, blog, or Facebook where other people can see it. ShareAlike – anyone can use these photographs, and make changes if they like, or incorporate them into a bigger project, but they must make those changes available back to the community under the same terms. Creative Commons aims to encourage creative sharing. See some examples of Creative Commons photographs on Flickr: www.flickr.com/creativecommons/ Can I use these photographs directly from Flickr on my social media account(s)? Yes - of course you can! Flickr provides several ways to share this and other photographs in this Flickr set. You can share to: email, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Tumblr, LiveJournal, and Wordpress and Blogger blog sites. Your mobile, tablet, or desktop device will also offer you several different options for sharing this photo page on your social media outlets. We take these photographs as a hobby and as a contribution to the running community in Ireland. Our only "cost" is our request that if you are using these images: (1) on social media sites such as Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, Twitter,LinkedIn, Google+, etc or (2) other websites, blogs, web multimedia, commercial/promotional material that you must provide a link back to our Flickr page to attribute us. This also extends the use of these images for Facebook profile pictures. In these cases please make a separate wall or blog post with a link to our Flickr page. If you do not know how this should be done for Facebook or other social media please email us and we will be happy to help suggest how to link to us. How can I download these pictures to my computer or device? You can download the photographic image here direct to your computer or device. This version is the low resolution web-quality image. How to download will vary slight from device to device and from browser to browser. However - look for a symbol with three dots 'ooo' or the link to 'View/Download' all sizes. When you click on either of these you will be presented with the option to download the image. Remember just doing a right-click and "save target as" will not work on Flickr. How can I get full resolution, print-quality, copies of these photographs? If you just need these photographs for online usage then they can be used directly once you respect their Creative Commons license and provide a link back to our Flickr set if you use them. For offline usage and printing all of the photographs posted here on this Flickr set are available free, at no cost, at full image resolution. Please email petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com with the links to the photographs you would like to obtain a full resolution copy of. We also ask race organisers, media, etc to ask for permission before use of our images for flyers, posters, etc. We reserve the right to refuse a request. In summary please remember when requesting photographs from us - If you are using the photographs online all we ask is for you to provide a link back to our Flickr set or Flickr pages. You will find the link above clearly outlined in the description text which accompanies this photograph. Taking these photographs and preparing them for online posting does take a significant effort and time. We are not posting photographs to Flickr for commercial reasons. If you really like what we do please spread the link around your social media, send us an email, leave a comment beside the photographs, send us a Flickr email, etc. If you are using the photographs in newspapers or magazines we ask that you mention where the original photograph came from. I would like to contribute something for your photograph(s)? Many people offer payment for our photographs. As stated above we do not charge for these photographs. We take these photographs as our contribution to the running community in Ireland. If you feel that the photograph(s) you request are good enough that you would consider paying for their purchase from other photographic providers or in other circumstances we would suggest that you can provide a donation to any of the great charities in Ireland who do work for Cancer Care or Cancer Research in Ireland. I ran in the race - but my photograph doesn't appear here in your Flickr set! What gives? As mentioned above we take these photographs as a hobby and as a voluntary contribution to the running community in Ireland. Very often we have actually ran in the same race and then switched to photographer mode after we finished the race. Consequently, we feel that we have no obligations to capture a photograph of every participant in the race. However, we do try our very best to capture as many participants as possible. But this is sometimes not possible for a variety of reasons:      ►You were hidden behind another participant as you passed our camera      ►Weather or lighting conditions meant that we had some photographs with blurry content which we did not upload to our Flickr set      ►There were too many people - some races attract thousands of participants and as amateur photographs we cannot hope to capture photographs of everyone      ►We simply missed you - sorry about that - we did our best! You can email us petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com to enquire if we have a photograph of you which didn't make the final Flickr selection for the race. But we cannot promise that there will be photograph there. As alternatives we advise you to contact the race organisers to enquire if there were (1) other photographs taking photographs at the race event or if (2) there were professional commercial sports photographers taking photographs which might have some photographs of you available for purchase. You might find some links for further information above. Don't like your photograph here? That's OK! We understand! If, for any reason, you are not happy or comfortable with your picture appearing here in this photoset on Flickr then please email us at petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com and we will remove it as soon as possible. We give careful consideration to each photograph before uploading. I want to tell people about these great photographs! Great! Thank you! The best link to spread the word around is probably http://www.flickr.com/peterm7/sets This is a photograph from the 3rd running of the Finea 5KM Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Finea, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Sunday 23rd March 2014 at 12:00. The race is organised in conjunction with the Castletown Finea Coole and Whitehall GAA club which is an amalgamation club of the GAA clubs of the surrounding parishes. Whilst the numbers were lower than the races from 2013 there was still a great local country atmosphere with runners, joggers, and walkers enjoying the cold but dry and sunny weather for the race. There was a great spread of refreshments provided in Fitzsimons Bar after the race. A full set of photographs from today's race is available on our Flickr photostream in this set: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157642756508483/ Reading on a Smartphone or tablet? Don't forget to scroll down further to read more about this race and see important Internet links to other information about the race! You can also find out how to access and download these photographs. This race is unique in the fact that it provided participants with the opportunity to compete in a race in two counties (Westmeath and Cavan) and two provinces (Ulster and Leinster) in Ireland during the same race. The race started on the Cavan side of the famous bridge of Finea and finished on the banks of the river. Finea is a beautiful Irish village which is well known for its scenery and it's position in the beautiful landscape of North Westmeath amongst the lakes and hills. The race crosses the River Inny which provides a natural drainage river between Lough Kinale to the south and the much larger Lough Sheelin [en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lough_Sheelin] to the north. The race was well stewarded at all road junctions. Water was provided at the 3KM mark. Course: The race starts and finishes at either side of the Bridge of Finea. The Bridge End Bar was the start where the race went out 400m on the Granard road and runners turned around at cone and headed back into Co. Westmeath over the bridge and the 1km mark. Following the Castlepollard Road the race took at left at the 2km and followed a loop back past the National School and back into Finea village again for a finish down on the banks of the River Inny. The course was a tough undulating course but fair. Any short hills were balanced out by adequate down-hill the other side. The stewards provided excellent traffic management on what is a busy section of road between the 1st KM and the final KM and the finish. Location Map: Start/finish and registration took place at the Bridge (see Google StreetView Image here goo.gl/maps/1Zqek) Refreshments: There was a very impressive selection of refreshments including sandwiches and home-made breads in Fitzsimon's Bridge End Bar afterwards. Some Useful Links Our Photographs on Flickr from the Finea 5KM - August 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635178384858/ Where is Finea? (Google Maps) goo.gl/maps/P419C Where is Finea? (OpenStreetMap) osm.org/go/etif8ja?m= Where is Finea? (Ordnance Survey Ireland) maps.osi.ie/publicviewer/#V1,640177,781454,7,10 Wikipedia Page about Finea: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finnea FACEBOOK Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2013 www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight (Requires Facebook Access) Facebook Event Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2014: www.facebook.com/events/1401167980152954/?ref=ts&fref=ts (Requires Facebook Access) CFCW GAA Facebook www.facebook.com/pages/Castletown-Finea-Coole-Whitehall-G... The song which immortalised the Bridge of Finea - 'Come back Paddy Reilly' by Percy French - sung here by Paddy Reilly [www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGmrpMT0-yo] and lyrics [www.lyricsfreak.com/i/irish+music/come+back+paddy+reilly_...] FAcebook Photographs www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight/media_set?set=a.57172... We use Creative Commons Licensing for these photographs We use the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License for all our photographs here in this photograph set. What does this mean in reality? The explaination is very simple. Attribution- anyone using our photographs gives us an appropriate credit for it. This ensures that people aren't taking our photographs and passing them off as their own. This usually just mean putting a link to our photographs somewhere on your website, blog, or Facebook where other people can see it. ShareAlike – anyone can use these photographs, and make changes if they like, or incorporate them into a bigger project, but they must make those changes available back to the community under the same terms. Creative Commons aims to encourage creative sharing. See some examples of Creative Commons photographs on Flickr: www.flickr.com/creativecommons/ Can I use these photographs directly from Flickr on my social media account(s)? Yes - of course you can! Flickr provides several ways to share this and other photographs in this Flickr set. You can share to: email, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Tumblr, LiveJournal, and Wordpress and Blogger blog sites. Your mobile, tablet, or desktop device will also offer you several different options for sharing this photo page on your social media outlets. We take these photographs as a hobby and as a contribution to the running community in Ireland. Our only "cost" is our request that if you are using these images: (1) on social media sites such as Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, Twitter,LinkedIn, Google+, etc or (2) other websites, blogs, web multimedia, commercial/promotional material that you must provide a link back to our Flickr page to attribute us. This also extends the use of these images for Facebook profile pictures. In these cases please make a separate wall or blog post with a link to our Flickr page. If you do not know how this should be done for Facebook or other social media please email us and we will be happy to help suggest how to link to us. How can I download these pictures to my computer or device? You can download the photographic image here direct to your computer or device. This version is the low resolution web-quality image. How to download will vary slight from device to device and from browser to browser. However - look for a symbol with three dots 'ooo' or the link to 'View/Download' all sizes. When you click on either of these you will be presented with the option to download the image. Remember just doing a right-click and "save target as" will not work on Flickr. How can I get full resolution, print-quality, copies of these photographs? If you just need these photographs for online usage then they can be used directly once you respect their Creative Commons license and provide a link back to our Flickr set if you use them. For offline usage and printing all of the photographs posted here on this Flickr set are available free, at no cost, at full image resolution. Please email petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com with the links to the photographs you would like to obtain a full resolution copy of. We also ask race organisers, media, etc to ask for permission before use of our images for flyers, posters, etc. We reserve the right to refuse a request. In summary please remember when requesting photographs from us - If you are using the photographs online all we ask is for you to provide a link back to our Flickr set or Flickr pages. You will find the link above clearly outlined in the description text which accompanies this photograph. Taking these photographs and preparing them for online posting does take a significant effort and time. We are not posting photographs to Flickr for commercial reasons. If you really like what we do please spread the link around your social media, send us an email, leave a comment beside the photographs, send us a Flickr email, etc. If you are using the photographs in newspapers or magazines we ask that you mention where the original photograph came from. I would like to contribute something for your photograph(s)? Many people offer payment for our photographs. As stated above we do not charge for these photographs. We take these photographs as our contribution to the running community in Ireland. If you feel that the photograph(s) you request are good enough that you would consider paying for their purchase from other photographic providers or in other circumstances we would suggest that you can provide a donation to any of the great charities in Ireland who do work for Cancer Care or Cancer Research in Ireland. I ran in the race - but my photograph doesn't appear here in your Flickr set! What gives? As mentioned above we take these photographs as a hobby and as a voluntary contribution to the running community in Ireland. Very often we have actually ran in the same race and then switched to photographer mode after we finished the race. Consequently, we feel that we have no obligations to capture a photograph of every participant in the race. However, we do try our very best to capture as many participants as possible. But this is sometimes not possible for a variety of reasons:      ►You were hidden behind another participant as you passed our camera      ►Weather or lighting conditions meant that we had some photographs with blurry content which we did not upload to our Flickr set      ►There were too many people - some races attract thousands of participants and as amateur photographs we cannot hope to capture photographs of everyone      ►We simply missed you - sorry about that - we did our best! You can email us petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com to enquire if we have a photograph of you which didn't make the final Flickr selection for the race. But we cannot promise that there will be photograph there. As alternatives we advise you to contact the race organisers to enquire if there were (1) other photographs taking photographs at the race event or if (2) there were professional commercial sports photographers taking photographs which might have some photographs of you available for purchase. You might find some links for further information above. Don't like your photograph here? That's OK! We understand! If, for any reason, you are not happy or comfortable with your picture appearing here in this photoset on Flickr then please email us at petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com and we will remove it as soon as possible. We give careful consideration to each photograph before uploading. I want to tell people about these great photographs! Great! Thank you! The best link to spread the word around is probably http://www.flickr.com/peterm7/sets
  • License*: Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License - photo in flikr foto flickr
    *The photographs are copyrighted by their respective owners.
The Finea 5KM Road Race March 2014
The Finea 5KM Road Race March 2014
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-03-23 14:06:24
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°46'51"N - 7°23'25"W
  • This is a photograph from the 3rd running of the Finea 5KM Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Finea, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Sunday 23rd March 2014 at 12:00. The race is organised in conjunction with the Castletown Finea Coole and Whitehall GAA club which is an amalgamation club of the GAA clubs of the surrounding parishes. Whilst the numbers were lower than the races from 2013 there was still a great local country atmosphere with runners, joggers, and walkers enjoying the cold but dry and sunny weather for the race. There was a great spread of refreshments provided in Fitzsimons Bar after the race. A full set of photographs from today's race is available on our Flickr photostream in this set: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157642756508483/ Reading on a Smartphone or tablet? Don't forget to scroll down further to read more about this race and see important Internet links to other information about the race! You can also find out how to access and download these photographs. This race is unique in the fact that it provided participants with the opportunity to compete in a race in two counties (Westmeath and Cavan) and two provinces (Ulster and Leinster) in Ireland during the same race. The race started on the Cavan side of the famous bridge of Finea and finished on the banks of the river. Finea is a beautiful Irish village which is well known for its scenery and it's position in the beautiful landscape of North Westmeath amongst the lakes and hills. The race crosses the River Inny which provides a natural drainage river between Lough Kinale to the south and the much larger Lough Sheelin [en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lough_Sheelin] to the north. The race was well stewarded at all road junctions. Water was provided at the 3KM mark. Course: The race starts and finishes at either side of the Bridge of Finea. The Bridge End Bar was the start where the race went out 400m on the Granard road and runners turned around at cone and headed back into Co. Westmeath over the bridge and the 1km mark. Following the Castlepollard Road the race took at left at the 2km and followed a loop back past the National School and back into Finea village again for a finish down on the banks of the River Inny. The course was a tough undulating course but fair. Any short hills were balanced out by adequate down-hill the other side. The stewards provided excellent traffic management on what is a busy section of road between the 1st KM and the final KM and the finish. Location Map: Start/finish and registration took place at the Bridge (see Google StreetView Image here goo.gl/maps/1Zqek) Refreshments: There was a very impressive selection of refreshments including sandwiches and home-made breads in Fitzsimon's Bridge End Bar afterwards. Some Useful Links Our Photographs on Flickr from the Finea 5KM - August 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635178384858/ Where is Finea? (Google Maps) goo.gl/maps/P419C Where is Finea? (OpenStreetMap) osm.org/go/etif8ja?m= Where is Finea? (Ordnance Survey Ireland) maps.osi.ie/publicviewer/#V1,640177,781454,7,10 Wikipedia Page about Finea: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finnea FACEBOOK Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2013 www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight (Requires Facebook Access) Facebook Event Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2014: www.facebook.com/events/1401167980152954/?ref=ts&fref=ts (Requires Facebook Access) CFCW GAA Facebook www.facebook.com/pages/Castletown-Finea-Coole-Whitehall-G... The song which immortalised the Bridge of Finea - 'Come back Paddy Reilly' by Percy French - sung here by Paddy Reilly [www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGmrpMT0-yo] and lyrics [www.lyricsfreak.com/i/irish+music/come+back+paddy+reilly_...] FAcebook Photographs www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight/media_set?set=a.57172... We use Creative Commons Licensing for these photographs We use the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License for all our photographs here in this photograph set. What does this mean in reality? The explaination is very simple. Attribution- anyone using our photographs gives us an appropriate credit for it. This ensures that people aren't taking our photographs and passing them off as their own. This usually just mean putting a link to our photographs somewhere on your website, blog, or Facebook where other people can see it. ShareAlike – anyone can use these photographs, and make changes if they like, or incorporate them into a bigger project, but they must make those changes available back to the community under the same terms. Creative Commons aims to encourage creative sharing. See some examples of Creative Commons photographs on Flickr: www.flickr.com/creativecommons/ Can I use these photographs directly from Flickr on my social media account(s)? Yes - of course you can! Flickr provides several ways to share this and other photographs in this Flickr set. You can share to: email, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Tumblr, LiveJournal, and Wordpress and Blogger blog sites. Your mobile, tablet, or desktop device will also offer you several different options for sharing this photo page on your social media outlets. We take these photographs as a hobby and as a contribution to the running community in Ireland. Our only "cost" is our request that if you are using these images: (1) on social media sites such as Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, Twitter,LinkedIn, Google+, etc or (2) other websites, blogs, web multimedia, commercial/promotional material that you must provide a link back to our Flickr page to attribute us. This also extends the use of these images for Facebook profile pictures. In these cases please make a separate wall or blog post with a link to our Flickr page. If you do not know how this should be done for Facebook or other social media please email us and we will be happy to help suggest how to link to us. How can I download these pictures to my computer or device? You can download the photographic image here direct to your computer or device. This version is the low resolution web-quality image. How to download will vary slight from device to device and from browser to browser. However - look for a symbol with three dots 'ooo' or the link to 'View/Download' all sizes. When you click on either of these you will be presented with the option to download the image. Remember just doing a right-click and "save target as" will not work on Flickr. How can I get full resolution, print-quality, copies of these photographs? If you just need these photographs for online usage then they can be used directly once you respect their Creative Commons license and provide a link back to our Flickr set if you use them. For offline usage and printing all of the photographs posted here on this Flickr set are available free, at no cost, at full image resolution. Please email petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com with the links to the photographs you would like to obtain a full resolution copy of. We also ask race organisers, media, etc to ask for permission before use of our images for flyers, posters, etc. We reserve the right to refuse a request. In summary please remember when requesting photographs from us - If you are using the photographs online all we ask is for you to provide a link back to our Flickr set or Flickr pages. You will find the link above clearly outlined in the description text which accompanies this photograph. Taking these photographs and preparing them for online posting does take a significant effort and time. We are not posting photographs to Flickr for commercial reasons. If you really like what we do please spread the link around your social media, send us an email, leave a comment beside the photographs, send us a Flickr email, etc. If you are using the photographs in newspapers or magazines we ask that you mention where the original photograph came from. I would like to contribute something for your photograph(s)? Many people offer payment for our photographs. As stated above we do not charge for these photographs. We take these photographs as our contribution to the running community in Ireland. If you feel that the photograph(s) you request are good enough that you would consider paying for their purchase from other photographic providers or in other circumstances we would suggest that you can provide a donation to any of the great charities in Ireland who do work for Cancer Care or Cancer Research in Ireland. I ran in the race - but my photograph doesn't appear here in your Flickr set! What gives? As mentioned above we take these photographs as a hobby and as a voluntary contribution to the running community in Ireland. Very often we have actually ran in the same race and then switched to photographer mode after we finished the race. Consequently, we feel that we have no obligations to capture a photograph of every participant in the race. However, we do try our very best to capture as many participants as possible. But this is sometimes not possible for a variety of reasons:      ►You were hidden behind another participant as you passed our camera      ►Weather or lighting conditions meant that we had some photographs with blurry content which we did not upload to our Flickr set      ►There were too many people - some races attract thousands of participants and as amateur photographs we cannot hope to capture photographs of everyone      ►We simply missed you - sorry about that - we did our best! You can email us petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com to enquire if we have a photograph of you which didn't make the final Flickr selection for the race. But we cannot promise that there will be photograph there. As alternatives we advise you to contact the race organisers to enquire if there were (1) other photographs taking photographs at the race event or if (2) there were professional commercial sports photographers taking photographs which might have some photographs of you available for purchase. You might find some links for further information above. Don't like your photograph here? That's OK! We understand! If, for any reason, you are not happy or comfortable with your picture appearing here in this photoset on Flickr then please email us at petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com and we will remove it as soon as possible. We give careful consideration to each photograph before uploading. I want to tell people about these great photographs! Great! Thank you! The best link to spread the word around is probably http://www.flickr.com/peterm7/sets This is a photograph from the 3rd running of the Finea 5KM Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Finea, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Sunday 23rd March 2014 at 12:00. The race is organised in conjunction with the Castletown Finea Coole and Whitehall GAA club which is an amalgamation club of the GAA clubs of the surrounding parishes. Whilst the numbers were lower than the races from 2013 there was still a great local country atmosphere with runners, joggers, and walkers enjoying the cold but dry and sunny weather for the race. There was a great spread of refreshments provided in Fitzsimons Bar after the race. A full set of photographs from today's race is available on our Flickr photostream in this set: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157642756508483/ Reading on a Smartphone or tablet? Don't forget to scroll down further to read more about this race and see important Internet links to other information about the race! You can also find out how to access and download these photographs. This race is unique in the fact that it provided participants with the opportunity to compete in a race in two counties (Westmeath and Cavan) and two provinces (Ulster and Leinster) in Ireland during the same race. The race started on the Cavan side of the famous bridge of Finea and finished on the banks of the river. Finea is a beautiful Irish village which is well known for its scenery and it's position in the beautiful landscape of North Westmeath amongst the lakes and hills. The race crosses the River Inny which provides a natural drainage river between Lough Kinale to the south and the much larger Lough Sheelin [en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lough_Sheelin] to the north. The race was well stewarded at all road junctions. Water was provided at the 3KM mark. Course: The race starts and finishes at either side of the Bridge of Finea. The Bridge End Bar was the start where the race went out 400m on the Granard road and runners turned around at cone and headed back into Co. Westmeath over the bridge and the 1km mark. Following the Castlepollard Road the race took at left at the 2km and followed a loop back past the National School and back into Finea village again for a finish down on the banks of the River Inny. The course was a tough undulating course but fair. Any short hills were balanced out by adequate down-hill the other side. The stewards provided excellent traffic management on what is a busy section of road between the 1st KM and the final KM and the finish. Location Map: Start/finish and registration took place at the Bridge (see Google StreetView Image here goo.gl/maps/1Zqek) Refreshments: There was a very impressive selection of refreshments including sandwiches and home-made breads in Fitzsimon's Bridge End Bar afterwards. Some Useful Links Our Photographs on Flickr from the Finea 5KM - August 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635178384858/ Where is Finea? (Google Maps) goo.gl/maps/P419C Where is Finea? (OpenStreetMap) osm.org/go/etif8ja?m= Where is Finea? (Ordnance Survey Ireland) maps.osi.ie/publicviewer/#V1,640177,781454,7,10 Wikipedia Page about Finea: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finnea FACEBOOK Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2013 www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight (Requires Facebook Access) Facebook Event Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2014: www.facebook.com/events/1401167980152954/?ref=ts&fref=ts (Requires Facebook Access) CFCW GAA Facebook www.facebook.com/pages/Castletown-Finea-Coole-Whitehall-G... The song which immortalised the Bridge of Finea - 'Come back Paddy Reilly' by Percy French - sung here by Paddy Reilly [www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGmrpMT0-yo] and lyrics [www.lyricsfreak.com/i/irish+music/come+back+paddy+reilly_...] FAcebook Photographs www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight/media_set?set=a.57172... We use Creative Commons Licensing for these photographs We use the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License for all our photographs here in this photograph set. What does this mean in reality? The explaination is very simple. Attribution- anyone using our photographs gives us an appropriate credit for it. This ensures that people aren't taking our photographs and passing them off as their own. This usually just mean putting a link to our photographs somewhere on your website, blog, or Facebook where other people can see it. ShareAlike – anyone can use these photographs, and make changes if they like, or incorporate them into a bigger project, but they must make those changes available back to the community under the same terms. Creative Commons aims to encourage creative sharing. See some examples of Creative Commons photographs on Flickr: www.flickr.com/creativecommons/ Can I use these photographs directly from Flickr on my social media account(s)? Yes - of course you can! Flickr provides several ways to share this and other photographs in this Flickr set. You can share to: email, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Tumblr, LiveJournal, and Wordpress and Blogger blog sites. Your mobile, tablet, or desktop device will also offer you several different options for sharing this photo page on your social media outlets. We take these photographs as a hobby and as a contribution to the running community in Ireland. Our only "cost" is our request that if you are using these images: (1) on social media sites such as Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, Twitter,LinkedIn, Google+, etc or (2) other websites, blogs, web multimedia, commercial/promotional material that you must provide a link back to our Flickr page to attribute us. This also extends the use of these images for Facebook profile pictures. In these cases please make a separate wall or blog post with a link to our Flickr page. If you do not know how this should be done for Facebook or other social media please email us and we will be happy to help suggest how to link to us. How can I download these pictures to my computer or device? You can download the photographic image here direct to your computer or device. This version is the low resolution web-quality image. How to download will vary slight from device to device and from browser to browser. However - look for a symbol with three dots 'ooo' or the link to 'View/Download' all sizes. When you click on either of these you will be presented with the option to download the image. Remember just doing a right-click and "save target as" will not work on Flickr. How can I get full resolution, print-quality, copies of these photographs? If you just need these photographs for online usage then they can be used directly once you respect their Creative Commons license and provide a link back to our Flickr set if you use them. For offline usage and printing all of the photographs posted here on this Flickr set are available free, at no cost, at full image resolution. Please email petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com with the links to the photographs you would like to obtain a full resolution copy of. We also ask race organisers, media, etc to ask for permission before use of our images for flyers, posters, etc. We reserve the right to refuse a request. In summary please remember when requesting photographs from us - If you are using the photographs online all we ask is for you to provide a link back to our Flickr set or Flickr pages. You will find the link above clearly outlined in the description text which accompanies this photograph. Taking these photographs and preparing them for online posting does take a significant effort and time. We are not posting photographs to Flickr for commercial reasons. If you really like what we do please spread the link around your social media, send us an email, leave a comment beside the photographs, send us a Flickr email, etc. If you are using the photographs in newspapers or magazines we ask that you mention where the original photograph came from. I would like to contribute something for your photograph(s)? Many people offer payment for our photographs. As stated above we do not charge for these photographs. We take these photographs as our contribution to the running community in Ireland. If you feel that the photograph(s) you request are good enough that you would consider paying for their purchase from other photographic providers or in other circumstances we would suggest that you can provide a donation to any of the great charities in Ireland who do work for Cancer Care or Cancer Research in Ireland. I ran in the race - but my photograph doesn't appear here in your Flickr set! What gives? As mentioned above we take these photographs as a hobby and as a voluntary contribution to the running community in Ireland. Very often we have actually ran in the same race and then switched to photographer mode after we finished the race. Consequently, we feel that we have no obligations to capture a photograph of every participant in the race. However, we do try our very best to capture as many participants as possible. But this is sometimes not possible for a variety of reasons:      ►You were hidden behind another participant as you passed our camera      ►Weather or lighting conditions meant that we had some photographs with blurry content which we did not upload to our Flickr set      ►There were too many people - some races attract thousands of participants and as amateur photographs we cannot hope to capture photographs of everyone      ►We simply missed you - sorry about that - we did our best! You can email us petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com to enquire if we have a photograph of you which didn't make the final Flickr selection for the race. But we cannot promise that there will be photograph there. As alternatives we advise you to contact the race organisers to enquire if there were (1) other photographs taking photographs at the race event or if (2) there were professional commercial sports photographers taking photographs which might have some photographs of you available for purchase. You might find some links for further information above. Don't like your photograph here? That's OK! We understand! If, for any reason, you are not happy or comfortable with your picture appearing here in this photoset on Flickr then please email us at petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com and we will remove it as soon as possible. We give careful consideration to each photograph before uploading. I want to tell people about these great photographs! Great! Thank you! The best link to spread the word around is probably http://www.flickr.com/peterm7/sets
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    *The photographs are copyrighted by their respective owners.
The Finea 5KM Road Race March 2014
The Finea 5KM Road Race March 2014
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-03-23 14:05:53
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°46'51"N - 7°23'25"W
  • This is a photograph from the 3rd running of the Finea 5KM Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Finea, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Sunday 23rd March 2014 at 12:00. The race is organised in conjunction with the Castletown Finea Coole and Whitehall GAA club which is an amalgamation club of the GAA clubs of the surrounding parishes. Whilst the numbers were lower than the races from 2013 there was still a great local country atmosphere with runners, joggers, and walkers enjoying the cold but dry and sunny weather for the race. There was a great spread of refreshments provided in Fitzsimons Bar after the race. A full set of photographs from today's race is available on our Flickr photostream in this set: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157642756508483/ Reading on a Smartphone or tablet? Don't forget to scroll down further to read more about this race and see important Internet links to other information about the race! You can also find out how to access and download these photographs. This race is unique in the fact that it provided participants with the opportunity to compete in a race in two counties (Westmeath and Cavan) and two provinces (Ulster and Leinster) in Ireland during the same race. The race started on the Cavan side of the famous bridge of Finea and finished on the banks of the river. Finea is a beautiful Irish village which is well known for its scenery and it's position in the beautiful landscape of North Westmeath amongst the lakes and hills. The race crosses the River Inny which provides a natural drainage river between Lough Kinale to the south and the much larger Lough Sheelin [en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lough_Sheelin] to the north. The race was well stewarded at all road junctions. Water was provided at the 3KM mark. Course: The race starts and finishes at either side of the Bridge of Finea. The Bridge End Bar was the start where the race went out 400m on the Granard road and runners turned around at cone and headed back into Co. Westmeath over the bridge and the 1km mark. Following the Castlepollard Road the race took at left at the 2km and followed a loop back past the National School and back into Finea village again for a finish down on the banks of the River Inny. The course was a tough undulating course but fair. Any short hills were balanced out by adequate down-hill the other side. The stewards provided excellent traffic management on what is a busy section of road between the 1st KM and the final KM and the finish. Location Map: Start/finish and registration took place at the Bridge (see Google StreetView Image here goo.gl/maps/1Zqek) Refreshments: There was a very impressive selection of refreshments including sandwiches and home-made breads in Fitzsimon's Bridge End Bar afterwards. Some Useful Links Our Photographs on Flickr from the Finea 5KM - August 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635178384858/ Where is Finea? (Google Maps) goo.gl/maps/P419C Where is Finea? (OpenStreetMap) osm.org/go/etif8ja?m= Where is Finea? (Ordnance Survey Ireland) maps.osi.ie/publicviewer/#V1,640177,781454,7,10 Wikipedia Page about Finea: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finnea FACEBOOK Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2013 www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight (Requires Facebook Access) Facebook Event Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2014: www.facebook.com/events/1401167980152954/?ref=ts&fref=ts (Requires Facebook Access) CFCW GAA Facebook www.facebook.com/pages/Castletown-Finea-Coole-Whitehall-G... The song which immortalised the Bridge of Finea - 'Come back Paddy Reilly' by Percy French - sung here by Paddy Reilly [www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGmrpMT0-yo] and lyrics [www.lyricsfreak.com/i/irish+music/come+back+paddy+reilly_...] FAcebook Photographs www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight/media_set?set=a.57172... We use Creative Commons Licensing for these photographs We use the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License for all our photographs here in this photograph set. What does this mean in reality? The explaination is very simple. Attribution- anyone using our photographs gives us an appropriate credit for it. This ensures that people aren't taking our photographs and passing them off as their own. This usually just mean putting a link to our photographs somewhere on your website, blog, or Facebook where other people can see it. ShareAlike – anyone can use these photographs, and make changes if they like, or incorporate them into a bigger project, but they must make those changes available back to the community under the same terms. Creative Commons aims to encourage creative sharing. See some examples of Creative Commons photographs on Flickr: www.flickr.com/creativecommons/ Can I use these photographs directly from Flickr on my social media account(s)? Yes - of course you can! Flickr provides several ways to share this and other photographs in this Flickr set. You can share to: email, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Tumblr, LiveJournal, and Wordpress and Blogger blog sites. Your mobile, tablet, or desktop device will also offer you several different options for sharing this photo page on your social media outlets. We take these photographs as a hobby and as a contribution to the running community in Ireland. Our only "cost" is our request that if you are using these images: (1) on social media sites such as Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, Twitter,LinkedIn, Google+, etc or (2) other websites, blogs, web multimedia, commercial/promotional material that you must provide a link back to our Flickr page to attribute us. This also extends the use of these images for Facebook profile pictures. In these cases please make a separate wall or blog post with a link to our Flickr page. If you do not know how this should be done for Facebook or other social media please email us and we will be happy to help suggest how to link to us. How can I download these pictures to my computer or device? You can download the photographic image here direct to your computer or device. This version is the low resolution web-quality image. How to download will vary slight from device to device and from browser to browser. However - look for a symbol with three dots 'ooo' or the link to 'View/Download' all sizes. When you click on either of these you will be presented with the option to download the image. Remember just doing a right-click and "save target as" will not work on Flickr. How can I get full resolution, print-quality, copies of these photographs? If you just need these photographs for online usage then they can be used directly once you respect their Creative Commons license and provide a link back to our Flickr set if you use them. For offline usage and printing all of the photographs posted here on this Flickr set are available free, at no cost, at full image resolution. Please email petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com with the links to the photographs you would like to obtain a full resolution copy of. We also ask race organisers, media, etc to ask for permission before use of our images for flyers, posters, etc. We reserve the right to refuse a request. In summary please remember when requesting photographs from us - If you are using the photographs online all we ask is for you to provide a link back to our Flickr set or Flickr pages. You will find the link above clearly outlined in the description text which accompanies this photograph. Taking these photographs and preparing them for online posting does take a significant effort and time. We are not posting photographs to Flickr for commercial reasons. If you really like what we do please spread the link around your social media, send us an email, leave a comment beside the photographs, send us a Flickr email, etc. If you are using the photographs in newspapers or magazines we ask that you mention where the original photograph came from. I would like to contribute something for your photograph(s)? Many people offer payment for our photographs. As stated above we do not charge for these photographs. We take these photographs as our contribution to the running community in Ireland. If you feel that the photograph(s) you request are good enough that you would consider paying for their purchase from other photographic providers or in other circumstances we would suggest that you can provide a donation to any of the great charities in Ireland who do work for Cancer Care or Cancer Research in Ireland. I ran in the race - but my photograph doesn't appear here in your Flickr set! What gives? As mentioned above we take these photographs as a hobby and as a voluntary contribution to the running community in Ireland. Very often we have actually ran in the same race and then switched to photographer mode after we finished the race. Consequently, we feel that we have no obligations to capture a photograph of every participant in the race. However, we do try our very best to capture as many participants as possible. But this is sometimes not possible for a variety of reasons:      ►You were hidden behind another participant as you passed our camera      ►Weather or lighting conditions meant that we had some photographs with blurry content which we did not upload to our Flickr set      ►There were too many people - some races attract thousands of participants and as amateur photographs we cannot hope to capture photographs of everyone      ►We simply missed you - sorry about that - we did our best! You can email us petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com to enquire if we have a photograph of you which didn't make the final Flickr selection for the race. But we cannot promise that there will be photograph there. As alternatives we advise you to contact the race organisers to enquire if there were (1) other photographs taking photographs at the race event or if (2) there were professional commercial sports photographers taking photographs which might have some photographs of you available for purchase. You might find some links for further information above. Don't like your photograph here? That's OK! We understand! If, for any reason, you are not happy or comfortable with your picture appearing here in this photoset on Flickr then please email us at petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com and we will remove it as soon as possible. We give careful consideration to each photograph before uploading. I want to tell people about these great photographs! Great! Thank you! The best link to spread the word around is probably http://www.flickr.com/peterm7/sets This is a photograph from the 3rd running of the Finea 5KM Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Finea, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Sunday 23rd March 2014 at 12:00. The race is organised in conjunction with the Castletown Finea Coole and Whitehall GAA club which is an amalgamation club of the GAA clubs of the surrounding parishes. Whilst the numbers were lower than the races from 2013 there was still a great local country atmosphere with runners, joggers, and walkers enjoying the cold but dry and sunny weather for the race. There was a great spread of refreshments provided in Fitzsimons Bar after the race. A full set of photographs from today's race is available on our Flickr photostream in this set: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157642756508483/ Reading on a Smartphone or tablet? Don't forget to scroll down further to read more about this race and see important Internet links to other information about the race! You can also find out how to access and download these photographs. This race is unique in the fact that it provided participants with the opportunity to compete in a race in two counties (Westmeath and Cavan) and two provinces (Ulster and Leinster) in Ireland during the same race. The race started on the Cavan side of the famous bridge of Finea and finished on the banks of the river. Finea is a beautiful Irish village which is well known for its scenery and it's position in the beautiful landscape of North Westmeath amongst the lakes and hills. The race crosses the River Inny which provides a natural drainage river between Lough Kinale to the south and the much larger Lough Sheelin [en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lough_Sheelin] to the north. The race was well stewarded at all road junctions. Water was provided at the 3KM mark. Course: The race starts and finishes at either side of the Bridge of Finea. The Bridge End Bar was the start where the race went out 400m on the Granard road and runners turned around at cone and headed back into Co. Westmeath over the bridge and the 1km mark. Following the Castlepollard Road the race took at left at the 2km and followed a loop back past the National School and back into Finea village again for a finish down on the banks of the River Inny. The course was a tough undulating course but fair. Any short hills were balanced out by adequate down-hill the other side. The stewards provided excellent traffic management on what is a busy section of road between the 1st KM and the final KM and the finish. Location Map: Start/finish and registration took place at the Bridge (see Google StreetView Image here goo.gl/maps/1Zqek) Refreshments: There was a very impressive selection of refreshments including sandwiches and home-made breads in Fitzsimon's Bridge End Bar afterwards. Some Useful Links Our Photographs on Flickr from the Finea 5KM - August 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635178384858/ Where is Finea? (Google Maps) goo.gl/maps/P419C Where is Finea? (OpenStreetMap) osm.org/go/etif8ja?m= Where is Finea? (Ordnance Survey Ireland) maps.osi.ie/publicviewer/#V1,640177,781454,7,10 Wikipedia Page about Finea: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finnea FACEBOOK Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2013 www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight (Requires Facebook Access) Facebook Event Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2014: www.facebook.com/events/1401167980152954/?ref=ts&fref=ts (Requires Facebook Access) CFCW GAA Facebook www.facebook.com/pages/Castletown-Finea-Coole-Whitehall-G... The song which immortalised the Bridge of Finea - 'Come back Paddy Reilly' by Percy French - sung here by Paddy Reilly [www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGmrpMT0-yo] and lyrics [www.lyricsfreak.com/i/irish+music/come+back+paddy+reilly_...] FAcebook Photographs www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight/media_set?set=a.57172... We use Creative Commons Licensing for these photographs We use the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License for all our photographs here in this photograph set. What does this mean in reality? The explaination is very simple. Attribution- anyone using our photographs gives us an appropriate credit for it. This ensures that people aren't taking our photographs and passing them off as their own. This usually just mean putting a link to our photographs somewhere on your website, blog, or Facebook where other people can see it. ShareAlike – anyone can use these photographs, and make changes if they like, or incorporate them into a bigger project, but they must make those changes available back to the community under the same terms. Creative Commons aims to encourage creative sharing. See some examples of Creative Commons photographs on Flickr: www.flickr.com/creativecommons/ Can I use these photographs directly from Flickr on my social media account(s)? Yes - of course you can! Flickr provides several ways to share this and other photographs in this Flickr set. You can share to: email, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Tumblr, LiveJournal, and Wordpress and Blogger blog sites. Your mobile, tablet, or desktop device will also offer you several different options for sharing this photo page on your social media outlets. We take these photographs as a hobby and as a contribution to the running community in Ireland. Our only "cost" is our request that if you are using these images: (1) on social media sites such as Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, Twitter,LinkedIn, Google+, etc or (2) other websites, blogs, web multimedia, commercial/promotional material that you must provide a link back to our Flickr page to attribute us. This also extends the use of these images for Facebook profile pictures. In these cases please make a separate wall or blog post with a link to our Flickr page. If you do not know how this should be done for Facebook or other social media please email us and we will be happy to help suggest how to link to us. How can I download these pictures to my computer or device? You can download the photographic image here direct to your computer or device. This version is the low resolution web-quality image. How to download will vary slight from device to device and from browser to browser. However - look for a symbol with three dots 'ooo' or the link to 'View/Download' all sizes. When you click on either of these you will be presented with the option to download the image. Remember just doing a right-click and "save target as" will not work on Flickr. How can I get full resolution, print-quality, copies of these photographs? If you just need these photographs for online usage then they can be used directly once you respect their Creative Commons license and provide a link back to our Flickr set if you use them. For offline usage and printing all of the photographs posted here on this Flickr set are available free, at no cost, at full image resolution. Please email petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com with the links to the photographs you would like to obtain a full resolution copy of. We also ask race organisers, media, etc to ask for permission before use of our images for flyers, posters, etc. We reserve the right to refuse a request. In summary please remember when requesting photographs from us - If you are using the photographs online all we ask is for you to provide a link back to our Flickr set or Flickr pages. You will find the link above clearly outlined in the description text which accompanies this photograph. Taking these photographs and preparing them for online posting does take a significant effort and time. We are not posting photographs to Flickr for commercial reasons. If you really like what we do please spread the link around your social media, send us an email, leave a comment beside the photographs, send us a Flickr email, etc. If you are using the photographs in newspapers or magazines we ask that you mention where the original photograph came from. I would like to contribute something for your photograph(s)? Many people offer payment for our photographs. As stated above we do not charge for these photographs. We take these photographs as our contribution to the running community in Ireland. If you feel that the photograph(s) you request are good enough that you would consider paying for their purchase from other photographic providers or in other circumstances we would suggest that you can provide a donation to any of the great charities in Ireland who do work for Cancer Care or Cancer Research in Ireland. I ran in the race - but my photograph doesn't appear here in your Flickr set! What gives? As mentioned above we take these photographs as a hobby and as a voluntary contribution to the running community in Ireland. Very often we have actually ran in the same race and then switched to photographer mode after we finished the race. Consequently, we feel that we have no obligations to capture a photograph of every participant in the race. However, we do try our very best to capture as many participants as possible. But this is sometimes not possible for a variety of reasons:      ►You were hidden behind another participant as you passed our camera      ►Weather or lighting conditions meant that we had some photographs with blurry content which we did not upload to our Flickr set      ►There were too many people - some races attract thousands of participants and as amateur photographs we cannot hope to capture photographs of everyone      ►We simply missed you - sorry about that - we did our best! You can email us petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com to enquire if we have a photograph of you which didn't make the final Flickr selection for the race. But we cannot promise that there will be photograph there. As alternatives we advise you to contact the race organisers to enquire if there were (1) other photographs taking photographs at the race event or if (2) there were professional commercial sports photographers taking photographs which might have some photographs of you available for purchase. You might find some links for further information above. Don't like your photograph here? That's OK! We understand! If, for any reason, you are not happy or comfortable with your picture appearing here in this photoset on Flickr then please email us at petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com and we will remove it as soon as possible. We give careful consideration to each photograph before uploading. I want to tell people about these great photographs! Great! Thank you! The best link to spread the word around is probably http://www.flickr.com/peterm7/sets
  • License*: Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License - photo in flikr foto flickr
    *The photographs are copyrighted by their respective owners.
The Finea 5KM Road Race March 2014
The Finea 5KM Road Race March 2014
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-03-23 14:05:39
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°46'51"N - 7°23'25"W
  • This is a photograph from the 3rd running of the Finea 5KM Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Finea, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Sunday 23rd March 2014 at 12:00. The race is organised in conjunction with the Castletown Finea Coole and Whitehall GAA club which is an amalgamation club of the GAA clubs of the surrounding parishes. Whilst the numbers were lower than the races from 2013 there was still a great local country atmosphere with runners, joggers, and walkers enjoying the cold but dry and sunny weather for the race. There was a great spread of refreshments provided in Fitzsimons Bar after the race. A full set of photographs from today's race is available on our Flickr photostream in this set: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157642756508483/ Reading on a Smartphone or tablet? Don't forget to scroll down further to read more about this race and see important Internet links to other information about the race! You can also find out how to access and download these photographs. This race is unique in the fact that it provided participants with the opportunity to compete in a race in two counties (Westmeath and Cavan) and two provinces (Ulster and Leinster) in Ireland during the same race. The race started on the Cavan side of the famous bridge of Finea and finished on the banks of the river. Finea is a beautiful Irish village which is well known for its scenery and it's position in the beautiful landscape of North Westmeath amongst the lakes and hills. The race crosses the River Inny which provides a natural drainage river between Lough Kinale to the south and the much larger Lough Sheelin [en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lough_Sheelin] to the north. The race was well stewarded at all road junctions. Water was provided at the 3KM mark. Course: The race starts and finishes at either side of the Bridge of Finea. The Bridge End Bar was the start where the race went out 400m on the Granard road and runners turned around at cone and headed back into Co. Westmeath over the bridge and the 1km mark. Following the Castlepollard Road the race took at left at the 2km and followed a loop back past the National School and back into Finea village again for a finish down on the banks of the River Inny. The course was a tough undulating course but fair. Any short hills were balanced out by adequate down-hill the other side. The stewards provided excellent traffic management on what is a busy section of road between the 1st KM and the final KM and the finish. Location Map: Start/finish and registration took place at the Bridge (see Google StreetView Image here goo.gl/maps/1Zqek) Refreshments: There was a very impressive selection of refreshments including sandwiches and home-made breads in Fitzsimon's Bridge End Bar afterwards. Some Useful Links Our Photographs on Flickr from the Finea 5KM - August 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635178384858/ Where is Finea? (Google Maps) goo.gl/maps/P419C Where is Finea? (OpenStreetMap) osm.org/go/etif8ja?m= Where is Finea? (Ordnance Survey Ireland) maps.osi.ie/publicviewer/#V1,640177,781454,7,10 Wikipedia Page about Finea: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finnea FACEBOOK Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2013 www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight (Requires Facebook Access) Facebook Event Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2014: www.facebook.com/events/1401167980152954/?ref=ts&fref=ts (Requires Facebook Access) CFCW GAA Facebook www.facebook.com/pages/Castletown-Finea-Coole-Whitehall-G... The song which immortalised the Bridge of Finea - 'Come back Paddy Reilly' by Percy French - sung here by Paddy Reilly [www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGmrpMT0-yo] and lyrics [www.lyricsfreak.com/i/irish+music/come+back+paddy+reilly_...] FAcebook Photographs www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight/media_set?set=a.57172... We use Creative Commons Licensing for these photographs We use the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License for all our photographs here in this photograph set. What does this mean in reality? The explaination is very simple. Attribution- anyone using our photographs gives us an appropriate credit for it. This ensures that people aren't taking our photographs and passing them off as their own. This usually just mean putting a link to our photographs somewhere on your website, blog, or Facebook where other people can see it. ShareAlike – anyone can use these photographs, and make changes if they like, or incorporate them into a bigger project, but they must make those changes available back to the community under the same terms. Creative Commons aims to encourage creative sharing. See some examples of Creative Commons photographs on Flickr: www.flickr.com/creativecommons/ Can I use these photographs directly from Flickr on my social media account(s)? Yes - of course you can! Flickr provides several ways to share this and other photographs in this Flickr set. You can share to: email, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Tumblr, LiveJournal, and Wordpress and Blogger blog sites. Your mobile, tablet, or desktop device will also offer you several different options for sharing this photo page on your social media outlets. We take these photographs as a hobby and as a contribution to the running community in Ireland. Our only "cost" is our request that if you are using these images: (1) on social media sites such as Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, Twitter,LinkedIn, Google+, etc or (2) other websites, blogs, web multimedia, commercial/promotional material that you must provide a link back to our Flickr page to attribute us. This also extends the use of these images for Facebook profile pictures. In these cases please make a separate wall or blog post with a link to our Flickr page. If you do not know how this should be done for Facebook or other social media please email us and we will be happy to help suggest how to link to us. How can I download these pictures to my computer or device? You can download the photographic image here direct to your computer or device. This version is the low resolution web-quality image. How to download will vary slight from device to device and from browser to browser. However - look for a symbol with three dots 'ooo' or the link to 'View/Download' all sizes. When you click on either of these you will be presented with the option to download the image. Remember just doing a right-click and "save target as" will not work on Flickr. How can I get full resolution, print-quality, copies of these photographs? If you just need these photographs for online usage then they can be used directly once you respect their Creative Commons license and provide a link back to our Flickr set if you use them. For offline usage and printing all of the photographs posted here on this Flickr set are available free, at no cost, at full image resolution. Please email petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com with the links to the photographs you would like to obtain a full resolution copy of. We also ask race organisers, media, etc to ask for permission before use of our images for flyers, posters, etc. We reserve the right to refuse a request. In summary please remember when requesting photographs from us - If you are using the photographs online all we ask is for you to provide a link back to our Flickr set or Flickr pages. You will find the link above clearly outlined in the description text which accompanies this photograph. Taking these photographs and preparing them for online posting does take a significant effort and time. We are not posting photographs to Flickr for commercial reasons. If you really like what we do please spread the link around your social media, send us an email, leave a comment beside the photographs, send us a Flickr email, etc. If you are using the photographs in newspapers or magazines we ask that you mention where the original photograph came from. I would like to contribute something for your photograph(s)? Many people offer payment for our photographs. As stated above we do not charge for these photographs. We take these photographs as our contribution to the running community in Ireland. If you feel that the photograph(s) you request are good enough that you would consider paying for their purchase from other photographic providers or in other circumstances we would suggest that you can provide a donation to any of the great charities in Ireland who do work for Cancer Care or Cancer Research in Ireland. I ran in the race - but my photograph doesn't appear here in your Flickr set! What gives? As mentioned above we take these photographs as a hobby and as a voluntary contribution to the running community in Ireland. Very often we have actually ran in the same race and then switched to photographer mode after we finished the race. Consequently, we feel that we have no obligations to capture a photograph of every participant in the race. However, we do try our very best to capture as many participants as possible. But this is sometimes not possible for a variety of reasons:      ►You were hidden behind another participant as you passed our camera      ►Weather or lighting conditions meant that we had some photographs with blurry content which we did not upload to our Flickr set      ►There were too many people - some races attract thousands of participants and as amateur photographs we cannot hope to capture photographs of everyone      ►We simply missed you - sorry about that - we did our best! You can email us petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com to enquire if we have a photograph of you which didn't make the final Flickr selection for the race. But we cannot promise that there will be photograph there. As alternatives we advise you to contact the race organisers to enquire if there were (1) other photographs taking photographs at the race event or if (2) there were professional commercial sports photographers taking photographs which might have some photographs of you available for purchase. You might find some links for further information above. Don't like your photograph here? That's OK! We understand! If, for any reason, you are not happy or comfortable with your picture appearing here in this photoset on Flickr then please email us at petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com and we will remove it as soon as possible. We give careful consideration to each photograph before uploading. I want to tell people about these great photographs! Great! Thank you! The best link to spread the word around is probably http://www.flickr.com/peterm7/sets This is a photograph from the 3rd running of the Finea 5KM Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Finea, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Sunday 23rd March 2014 at 12:00. The race is organised in conjunction with the Castletown Finea Coole and Whitehall GAA club which is an amalgamation club of the GAA clubs of the surrounding parishes. Whilst the numbers were lower than the races from 2013 there was still a great local country atmosphere with runners, joggers, and walkers enjoying the cold but dry and sunny weather for the race. There was a great spread of refreshments provided in Fitzsimons Bar after the race. A full set of photographs from today's race is available on our Flickr photostream in this set: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157642756508483/ Reading on a Smartphone or tablet? Don't forget to scroll down further to read more about this race and see important Internet links to other information about the race! You can also find out how to access and download these photographs. This race is unique in the fact that it provided participants with the opportunity to compete in a race in two counties (Westmeath and Cavan) and two provinces (Ulster and Leinster) in Ireland during the same race. The race started on the Cavan side of the famous bridge of Finea and finished on the banks of the river. Finea is a beautiful Irish village which is well known for its scenery and it's position in the beautiful landscape of North Westmeath amongst the lakes and hills. The race crosses the River Inny which provides a natural drainage river between Lough Kinale to the south and the much larger Lough Sheelin [en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lough_Sheelin] to the north. The race was well stewarded at all road junctions. Water was provided at the 3KM mark. Course: The race starts and finishes at either side of the Bridge of Finea. The Bridge End Bar was the start where the race went out 400m on the Granard road and runners turned around at cone and headed back into Co. Westmeath over the bridge and the 1km mark. Following the Castlepollard Road the race took at left at the 2km and followed a loop back past the National School and back into Finea village again for a finish down on the banks of the River Inny. The course was a tough undulating course but fair. Any short hills were balanced out by adequate down-hill the other side. The stewards provided excellent traffic management on what is a busy section of road between the 1st KM and the final KM and the finish. Location Map: Start/finish and registration took place at the Bridge (see Google StreetView Image here goo.gl/maps/1Zqek) Refreshments: There was a very impressive selection of refreshments including sandwiches and home-made breads in Fitzsimon's Bridge End Bar afterwards. Some Useful Links Our Photographs on Flickr from the Finea 5KM - August 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635178384858/ Where is Finea? (Google Maps) goo.gl/maps/P419C Where is Finea? (OpenStreetMap) osm.org/go/etif8ja?m= Where is Finea? (Ordnance Survey Ireland) maps.osi.ie/publicviewer/#V1,640177,781454,7,10 Wikipedia Page about Finea: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finnea FACEBOOK Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2013 www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight (Requires Facebook Access) Facebook Event Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2014: www.facebook.com/events/1401167980152954/?ref=ts&fref=ts (Requires Facebook Access) CFCW GAA Facebook www.facebook.com/pages/Castletown-Finea-Coole-Whitehall-G... The song which immortalised the Bridge of Finea - 'Come back Paddy Reilly' by Percy French - sung here by Paddy Reilly [www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGmrpMT0-yo] and lyrics [www.lyricsfreak.com/i/irish+music/come+back+paddy+reilly_...] FAcebook Photographs www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight/media_set?set=a.57172... We use Creative Commons Licensing for these photographs We use the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License for all our photographs here in this photograph set. What does this mean in reality? The explaination is very simple. Attribution- anyone using our photographs gives us an appropriate credit for it. This ensures that people aren't taking our photographs and passing them off as their own. This usually just mean putting a link to our photographs somewhere on your website, blog, or Facebook where other people can see it. ShareAlike – anyone can use these photographs, and make changes if they like, or incorporate them into a bigger project, but they must make those changes available back to the community under the same terms. Creative Commons aims to encourage creative sharing. See some examples of Creative Commons photographs on Flickr: www.flickr.com/creativecommons/ Can I use these photographs directly from Flickr on my social media account(s)? Yes - of course you can! Flickr provides several ways to share this and other photographs in this Flickr set. You can share to: email, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Tumblr, LiveJournal, and Wordpress and Blogger blog sites. Your mobile, tablet, or desktop device will also offer you several different options for sharing this photo page on your social media outlets. We take these photographs as a hobby and as a contribution to the running community in Ireland. Our only "cost" is our request that if you are using these images: (1) on social media sites such as Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, Twitter,LinkedIn, Google+, etc or (2) other websites, blogs, web multimedia, commercial/promotional material that you must provide a link back to our Flickr page to attribute us. This also extends the use of these images for Facebook profile pictures. In these cases please make a separate wall or blog post with a link to our Flickr page. If you do not know how this should be done for Facebook or other social media please email us and we will be happy to help suggest how to link to us. How can I download these pictures to my computer or device? You can download the photographic image here direct to your computer or device. This version is the low resolution web-quality image. How to download will vary slight from device to device and from browser to browser. However - look for a symbol with three dots 'ooo' or the link to 'View/Download' all sizes. When you click on either of these you will be presented with the option to download the image. Remember just doing a right-click and "save target as" will not work on Flickr. How can I get full resolution, print-quality, copies of these photographs? If you just need these photographs for online usage then they can be used directly once you respect their Creative Commons license and provide a link back to our Flickr set if you use them. For offline usage and printing all of the photographs posted here on this Flickr set are available free, at no cost, at full image resolution. Please email petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com with the links to the photographs you would like to obtain a full resolution copy of. We also ask race organisers, media, etc to ask for permission before use of our images for flyers, posters, etc. We reserve the right to refuse a request. In summary please remember when requesting photographs from us - If you are using the photographs online all we ask is for you to provide a link back to our Flickr set or Flickr pages. You will find the link above clearly outlined in the description text which accompanies this photograph. Taking these photographs and preparing them for online posting does take a significant effort and time. We are not posting photographs to Flickr for commercial reasons. If you really like what we do please spread the link around your social media, send us an email, leave a comment beside the photographs, send us a Flickr email, etc. If you are using the photographs in newspapers or magazines we ask that you mention where the original photograph came from. I would like to contribute something for your photograph(s)? Many people offer payment for our photographs. As stated above we do not charge for these photographs. We take these photographs as our contribution to the running community in Ireland. If you feel that the photograph(s) you request are good enough that you would consider paying for their purchase from other photographic providers or in other circumstances we would suggest that you can provide a donation to any of the great charities in Ireland who do work for Cancer Care or Cancer Research in Ireland. I ran in the race - but my photograph doesn't appear here in your Flickr set! What gives? As mentioned above we take these photographs as a hobby and as a voluntary contribution to the running community in Ireland. Very often we have actually ran in the same race and then switched to photographer mode after we finished the race. Consequently, we feel that we have no obligations to capture a photograph of every participant in the race. However, we do try our very best to capture as many participants as possible. But this is sometimes not possible for a variety of reasons:      ►You were hidden behind another participant as you passed our camera      ►Weather or lighting conditions meant that we had some photographs with blurry content which we did not upload to our Flickr set      ►There were too many people - some races attract thousands of participants and as amateur photographs we cannot hope to capture photographs of everyone      ►We simply missed you - sorry about that - we did our best! You can email us petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com to enquire if we have a photograph of you which didn't make the final Flickr selection for the race. But we cannot promise that there will be photograph there. As alternatives we advise you to contact the race organisers to enquire if there were (1) other photographs taking photographs at the race event or if (2) there were professional commercial sports photographers taking photographs which might have some photographs of you available for purchase. You might find some links for further information above. Don't like your photograph here? That's OK! We understand! If, for any reason, you are not happy or comfortable with your picture appearing here in this photoset on Flickr then please email us at petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com and we will remove it as soon as possible. We give careful consideration to each photograph before uploading. I want to tell people about these great photographs! Great! Thank you! The best link to spread the word around is probably http://www.flickr.com/peterm7/sets
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The Finea 5KM Road Race March 2014
The Finea 5KM Road Race March 2014
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-03-23 14:09:33
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°46'51"N - 7°23'25"W
  • This is a photograph from the 3rd running of the Finea 5KM Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Finea, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Sunday 23rd March 2014 at 12:00. The race is organised in conjunction with the Castletown Finea Coole and Whitehall GAA club which is an amalgamation club of the GAA clubs of the surrounding parishes. Whilst the numbers were lower than the races from 2013 there was still a great local country atmosphere with runners, joggers, and walkers enjoying the cold but dry and sunny weather for the race. There was a great spread of refreshments provided in Fitzsimons Bar after the race. A full set of photographs from today's race is available on our Flickr photostream in this set: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157642756508483/ Reading on a Smartphone or tablet? Don't forget to scroll down further to read more about this race and see important Internet links to other information about the race! You can also find out how to access and download these photographs. This race is unique in the fact that it provided participants with the opportunity to compete in a race in two counties (Westmeath and Cavan) and two provinces (Ulster and Leinster) in Ireland during the same race. The race started on the Cavan side of the famous bridge of Finea and finished on the banks of the river. Finea is a beautiful Irish village which is well known for its scenery and it's position in the beautiful landscape of North Westmeath amongst the lakes and hills. The race crosses the River Inny which provides a natural drainage river between Lough Kinale to the south and the much larger Lough Sheelin [en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lough_Sheelin] to the north. The race was well stewarded at all road junctions. Water was provided at the 3KM mark. Course: The race starts and finishes at either side of the Bridge of Finea. The Bridge End Bar was the start where the race went out 400m on the Granard road and runners turned around at cone and headed back into Co. Westmeath over the bridge and the 1km mark. Following the Castlepollard Road the race took at left at the 2km and followed a loop back past the National School and back into Finea village again for a finish down on the banks of the River Inny. The course was a tough undulating course but fair. Any short hills were balanced out by adequate down-hill the other side. The stewards provided excellent traffic management on what is a busy section of road between the 1st KM and the final KM and the finish. Location Map: Start/finish and registration took place at the Bridge (see Google StreetView Image here goo.gl/maps/1Zqek) Refreshments: There was a very impressive selection of refreshments including sandwiches and home-made breads in Fitzsimon's Bridge End Bar afterwards. Some Useful Links Our Photographs on Flickr from the Finea 5KM - August 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635178384858/ Where is Finea? (Google Maps) goo.gl/maps/P419C Where is Finea? (OpenStreetMap) osm.org/go/etif8ja?m= Where is Finea? (Ordnance Survey Ireland) maps.osi.ie/publicviewer/#V1,640177,781454,7,10 Wikipedia Page about Finea: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finnea FACEBOOK Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2013 www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight (Requires Facebook Access) Facebook Event Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2014: www.facebook.com/events/1401167980152954/?ref=ts&fref=ts (Requires Facebook Access) CFCW GAA Facebook www.facebook.com/pages/Castletown-Finea-Coole-Whitehall-G... The song which immortalised the Bridge of Finea - 'Come back Paddy Reilly' by Percy French - sung here by Paddy Reilly [www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGmrpMT0-yo] and lyrics [www.lyricsfreak.com/i/irish+music/come+back+paddy+reilly_...] FAcebook Photographs www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight/media_set?set=a.57172... We use Creative Commons Licensing for these photographs We use the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License for all our photographs here in this photograph set. What does this mean in reality? The explaination is very simple. Attribution- anyone using our photographs gives us an appropriate credit for it. This ensures that people aren't taking our photographs and passing them off as their own. This usually just mean putting a link to our photographs somewhere on your website, blog, or Facebook where other people can see it. ShareAlike – anyone can use these photographs, and make changes if they like, or incorporate them into a bigger project, but they must make those changes available back to the community under the same terms. Creative Commons aims to encourage creative sharing. See some examples of Creative Commons photographs on Flickr: www.flickr.com/creativecommons/ Can I use these photographs directly from Flickr on my social media account(s)? Yes - of course you can! Flickr provides several ways to share this and other photographs in this Flickr set. You can share to: email, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Tumblr, LiveJournal, and Wordpress and Blogger blog sites. Your mobile, tablet, or desktop device will also offer you several different options for sharing this photo page on your social media outlets. We take these photographs as a hobby and as a contribution to the running community in Ireland. Our only "cost" is our request that if you are using these images: (1) on social media sites such as Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, Twitter,LinkedIn, Google+, etc or (2) other websites, blogs, web multimedia, commercial/promotional material that you must provide a link back to our Flickr page to attribute us. This also extends the use of these images for Facebook profile pictures. In these cases please make a separate wall or blog post with a link to our Flickr page. If you do not know how this should be done for Facebook or other social media please email us and we will be happy to help suggest how to link to us. How can I download these pictures to my computer or device? You can download the photographic image here direct to your computer or device. This version is the low resolution web-quality image. How to download will vary slight from device to device and from browser to browser. However - look for a symbol with three dots 'ooo' or the link to 'View/Download' all sizes. When you click on either of these you will be presented with the option to download the image. Remember just doing a right-click and "save target as" will not work on Flickr. How can I get full resolution, print-quality, copies of these photographs? If you just need these photographs for online usage then they can be used directly once you respect their Creative Commons license and provide a link back to our Flickr set if you use them. For offline usage and printing all of the photographs posted here on this Flickr set are available free, at no cost, at full image resolution. Please email petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com with the links to the photographs you would like to obtain a full resolution copy of. We also ask race organisers, media, etc to ask for permission before use of our images for flyers, posters, etc. We reserve the right to refuse a request. In summary please remember when requesting photographs from us - If you are using the photographs online all we ask is for you to provide a link back to our Flickr set or Flickr pages. You will find the link above clearly outlined in the description text which accompanies this photograph. Taking these photographs and preparing them for online posting does take a significant effort and time. We are not posting photographs to Flickr for commercial reasons. If you really like what we do please spread the link around your social media, send us an email, leave a comment beside the photographs, send us a Flickr email, etc. If you are using the photographs in newspapers or magazines we ask that you mention where the original photograph came from. I would like to contribute something for your photograph(s)? Many people offer payment for our photographs. As stated above we do not charge for these photographs. We take these photographs as our contribution to the running community in Ireland. If you feel that the photograph(s) you request are good enough that you would consider paying for their purchase from other photographic providers or in other circumstances we would suggest that you can provide a donation to any of the great charities in Ireland who do work for Cancer Care or Cancer Research in Ireland. I ran in the race - but my photograph doesn't appear here in your Flickr set! What gives? As mentioned above we take these photographs as a hobby and as a voluntary contribution to the running community in Ireland. Very often we have actually ran in the same race and then switched to photographer mode after we finished the race. Consequently, we feel that we have no obligations to capture a photograph of every participant in the race. However, we do try our very best to capture as many participants as possible. But this is sometimes not possible for a variety of reasons:      ►You were hidden behind another participant as you passed our camera      ►Weather or lighting conditions meant that we had some photographs with blurry content which we did not upload to our Flickr set      ►There were too many people - some races attract thousands of participants and as amateur photographs we cannot hope to capture photographs of everyone      ►We simply missed you - sorry about that - we did our best! You can email us petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com to enquire if we have a photograph of you which didn't make the final Flickr selection for the race. But we cannot promise that there will be photograph there. As alternatives we advise you to contact the race organisers to enquire if there were (1) other photographs taking photographs at the race event or if (2) there were professional commercial sports photographers taking photographs which might have some photographs of you available for purchase. You might find some links for further information above. Don't like your photograph here? That's OK! We understand! If, for any reason, you are not happy or comfortable with your picture appearing here in this photoset on Flickr then please email us at petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com and we will remove it as soon as possible. We give careful consideration to each photograph before uploading. I want to tell people about these great photographs! Great! Thank you! The best link to spread the word around is probably http://www.flickr.com/peterm7/sets This is a photograph from the 3rd running of the Finea 5KM Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Finea, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Sunday 23rd March 2014 at 12:00. The race is organised in conjunction with the Castletown Finea Coole and Whitehall GAA club which is an amalgamation club of the GAA clubs of the surrounding parishes. Whilst the numbers were lower than the races from 2013 there was still a great local country atmosphere with runners, joggers, and walkers enjoying the cold but dry and sunny weather for the race. There was a great spread of refreshments provided in Fitzsimons Bar after the race. A full set of photographs from today's race is available on our Flickr photostream in this set: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157642756508483/ Reading on a Smartphone or tablet? Don't forget to scroll down further to read more about this race and see important Internet links to other information about the race! You can also find out how to access and download these photographs. This race is unique in the fact that it provided participants with the opportunity to compete in a race in two counties (Westmeath and Cavan) and two provinces (Ulster and Leinster) in Ireland during the same race. The race started on the Cavan side of the famous bridge of Finea and finished on the banks of the river. Finea is a beautiful Irish village which is well known for its scenery and it's position in the beautiful landscape of North Westmeath amongst the lakes and hills. The race crosses the River Inny which provides a natural drainage river between Lough Kinale to the south and the much larger Lough Sheelin [en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lough_Sheelin] to the north. The race was well stewarded at all road junctions. Water was provided at the 3KM mark. Course: The race starts and finishes at either side of the Bridge of Finea. The Bridge End Bar was the start where the race went out 400m on the Granard road and runners turned around at cone and headed back into Co. Westmeath over the bridge and the 1km mark. Following the Castlepollard Road the race took at left at the 2km and followed a loop back past the National School and back into Finea village again for a finish down on the banks of the River Inny. The course was a tough undulating course but fair. Any short hills were balanced out by adequate down-hill the other side. The stewards provided excellent traffic management on what is a busy section of road between the 1st KM and the final KM and the finish. Location Map: Start/finish and registration took place at the Bridge (see Google StreetView Image here goo.gl/maps/1Zqek) Refreshments: There was a very impressive selection of refreshments including sandwiches and home-made breads in Fitzsimon's Bridge End Bar afterwards. Some Useful Links Our Photographs on Flickr from the Finea 5KM - August 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635178384858/ Where is Finea? (Google Maps) goo.gl/maps/P419C Where is Finea? (OpenStreetMap) osm.org/go/etif8ja?m= Where is Finea? (Ordnance Survey Ireland) maps.osi.ie/publicviewer/#V1,640177,781454,7,10 Wikipedia Page about Finea: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finnea FACEBOOK Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2013 www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight (Requires Facebook Access) Facebook Event Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2014: www.facebook.com/events/1401167980152954/?ref=ts&fref=ts (Requires Facebook Access) CFCW GAA Facebook www.facebook.com/pages/Castletown-Finea-Coole-Whitehall-G... The song which immortalised the Bridge of Finea - 'Come back Paddy Reilly' by Percy French - sung here by Paddy Reilly [www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGmrpMT0-yo] and lyrics [www.lyricsfreak.com/i/irish+music/come+back+paddy+reilly_...] FAcebook Photographs www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight/media_set?set=a.57172... We use Creative Commons Licensing for these photographs We use the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License for all our photographs here in this photograph set. What does this mean in reality? The explaination is very simple. Attribution- anyone using our photographs gives us an appropriate credit for it. This ensures that people aren't taking our photographs and passing them off as their own. This usually just mean putting a link to our photographs somewhere on your website, blog, or Facebook where other people can see it. ShareAlike – anyone can use these photographs, and make changes if they like, or incorporate them into a bigger project, but they must make those changes available back to the community under the same terms. Creative Commons aims to encourage creative sharing. See some examples of Creative Commons photographs on Flickr: www.flickr.com/creativecommons/ Can I use these photographs directly from Flickr on my social media account(s)? Yes - of course you can! Flickr provides several ways to share this and other photographs in this Flickr set. You can share to: email, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Tumblr, LiveJournal, and Wordpress and Blogger blog sites. Your mobile, tablet, or desktop device will also offer you several different options for sharing this photo page on your social media outlets. We take these photographs as a hobby and as a contribution to the running community in Ireland. Our only "cost" is our request that if you are using these images: (1) on social media sites such as Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, Twitter,LinkedIn, Google+, etc or (2) other websites, blogs, web multimedia, commercial/promotional material that you must provide a link back to our Flickr page to attribute us. This also extends the use of these images for Facebook profile pictures. In these cases please make a separate wall or blog post with a link to our Flickr page. If you do not know how this should be done for Facebook or other social media please email us and we will be happy to help suggest how to link to us. How can I download these pictures to my computer or device? You can download the photographic image here direct to your computer or device. This version is the low resolution web-quality image. How to download will vary slight from device to device and from browser to browser. However - look for a symbol with three dots 'ooo' or the link to 'View/Download' all sizes. When you click on either of these you will be presented with the option to download the image. Remember just doing a right-click and "save target as" will not work on Flickr. How can I get full resolution, print-quality, copies of these photographs? If you just need these photographs for online usage then they can be used directly once you respect their Creative Commons license and provide a link back to our Flickr set if you use them. For offline usage and printing all of the photographs posted here on this Flickr set are available free, at no cost, at full image resolution. Please email petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com with the links to the photographs you would like to obtain a full resolution copy of. We also ask race organisers, media, etc to ask for permission before use of our images for flyers, posters, etc. We reserve the right to refuse a request. In summary please remember when requesting photographs from us - If you are using the photographs online all we ask is for you to provide a link back to our Flickr set or Flickr pages. You will find the link above clearly outlined in the description text which accompanies this photograph. Taking these photographs and preparing them for online posting does take a significant effort and time. We are not posting photographs to Flickr for commercial reasons. If you really like what we do please spread the link around your social media, send us an email, leave a comment beside the photographs, send us a Flickr email, etc. If you are using the photographs in newspapers or magazines we ask that you mention where the original photograph came from. I would like to contribute something for your photograph(s)? Many people offer payment for our photographs. As stated above we do not charge for these photographs. We take these photographs as our contribution to the running community in Ireland. If you feel that the photograph(s) you request are good enough that you would consider paying for their purchase from other photographic providers or in other circumstances we would suggest that you can provide a donation to any of the great charities in Ireland who do work for Cancer Care or Cancer Research in Ireland. I ran in the race - but my photograph doesn't appear here in your Flickr set! What gives? As mentioned above we take these photographs as a hobby and as a voluntary contribution to the running community in Ireland. Very often we have actually ran in the same race and then switched to photographer mode after we finished the race. Consequently, we feel that we have no obligations to capture a photograph of every participant in the race. However, we do try our very best to capture as many participants as possible. But this is sometimes not possible for a variety of reasons:      ►You were hidden behind another participant as you passed our camera      ►Weather or lighting conditions meant that we had some photographs with blurry content which we did not upload to our Flickr set      ►There were too many people - some races attract thousands of participants and as amateur photographs we cannot hope to capture photographs of everyone      ►We simply missed you - sorry about that - we did our best! You can email us petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com to enquire if we have a photograph of you which didn't make the final Flickr selection for the race. But we cannot promise that there will be photograph there. As alternatives we advise you to contact the race organisers to enquire if there were (1) other photographs taking photographs at the race event or if (2) there were professional commercial sports photographers taking photographs which might have some photographs of you available for purchase. You might find some links for further information above. Don't like your photograph here? That's OK! We understand! If, for any reason, you are not happy or comfortable with your picture appearing here in this photoset on Flickr then please email us at petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com and we will remove it as soon as possible. We give careful consideration to each photograph before uploading. I want to tell people about these great photographs! Great! Thank you! The best link to spread the word around is probably http://www.flickr.com/peterm7/sets
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The Finea 5KM Road Race March 2014
The Finea 5KM Road Race March 2014
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-03-23 14:09:18
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°46'51"N - 7°23'25"W
  • This is a photograph from the 3rd running of the Finea 5KM Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Finea, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Sunday 23rd March 2014 at 12:00. The race is organised in conjunction with the Castletown Finea Coole and Whitehall GAA club which is an amalgamation club of the GAA clubs of the surrounding parishes. Whilst the numbers were lower than the races from 2013 there was still a great local country atmosphere with runners, joggers, and walkers enjoying the cold but dry and sunny weather for the race. There was a great spread of refreshments provided in Fitzsimons Bar after the race. A full set of photographs from today's race is available on our Flickr photostream in this set: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157642756508483/ Reading on a Smartphone or tablet? Don't forget to scroll down further to read more about this race and see important Internet links to other information about the race! You can also find out how to access and download these photographs. This race is unique in the fact that it provided participants with the opportunity to compete in a race in two counties (Westmeath and Cavan) and two provinces (Ulster and Leinster) in Ireland during the same race. The race started on the Cavan side of the famous bridge of Finea and finished on the banks of the river. Finea is a beautiful Irish village which is well known for its scenery and it's position in the beautiful landscape of North Westmeath amongst the lakes and hills. The race crosses the River Inny which provides a natural drainage river between Lough Kinale to the south and the much larger Lough Sheelin [en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lough_Sheelin] to the north. The race was well stewarded at all road junctions. Water was provided at the 3KM mark. Course: The race starts and finishes at either side of the Bridge of Finea. The Bridge End Bar was the start where the race went out 400m on the Granard road and runners turned around at cone and headed back into Co. Westmeath over the bridge and the 1km mark. Following the Castlepollard Road the race took at left at the 2km and followed a loop back past the National School and back into Finea village again for a finish down on the banks of the River Inny. The course was a tough undulating course but fair. Any short hills were balanced out by adequate down-hill the other side. The stewards provided excellent traffic management on what is a busy section of road between the 1st KM and the final KM and the finish. Location Map: Start/finish and registration took place at the Bridge (see Google StreetView Image here goo.gl/maps/1Zqek) Refreshments: There was a very impressive selection of refreshments including sandwiches and home-made breads in Fitzsimon's Bridge End Bar afterwards. Some Useful Links Our Photographs on Flickr from the Finea 5KM - August 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635178384858/ Where is Finea? (Google Maps) goo.gl/maps/P419C Where is Finea? (OpenStreetMap) osm.org/go/etif8ja?m= Where is Finea? (Ordnance Survey Ireland) maps.osi.ie/publicviewer/#V1,640177,781454,7,10 Wikipedia Page about Finea: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finnea FACEBOOK Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2013 www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight (Requires Facebook Access) Facebook Event Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2014: www.facebook.com/events/1401167980152954/?ref=ts&fref=ts (Requires Facebook Access) CFCW GAA Facebook www.facebook.com/pages/Castletown-Finea-Coole-Whitehall-G... The song which immortalised the Bridge of Finea - 'Come back Paddy Reilly' by Percy French - sung here by Paddy Reilly [www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGmrpMT0-yo] and lyrics [www.lyricsfreak.com/i/irish+music/come+back+paddy+reilly_...] FAcebook Photographs www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight/media_set?set=a.57172... We use Creative Commons Licensing for these photographs We use the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License for all our photographs here in this photograph set. What does this mean in reality? The explaination is very simple. Attribution- anyone using our photographs gives us an appropriate credit for it. This ensures that people aren't taking our photographs and passing them off as their own. This usually just mean putting a link to our photographs somewhere on your website, blog, or Facebook where other people can see it. ShareAlike – anyone can use these photographs, and make changes if they like, or incorporate them into a bigger project, but they must make those changes available back to the community under the same terms. Creative Commons aims to encourage creative sharing. See some examples of Creative Commons photographs on Flickr: www.flickr.com/creativecommons/ Can I use these photographs directly from Flickr on my social media account(s)? Yes - of course you can! Flickr provides several ways to share this and other photographs in this Flickr set. You can share to: email, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Tumblr, LiveJournal, and Wordpress and Blogger blog sites. Your mobile, tablet, or desktop device will also offer you several different options for sharing this photo page on your social media outlets. We take these photographs as a hobby and as a contribution to the running community in Ireland. Our only "cost" is our request that if you are using these images: (1) on social media sites such as Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, Twitter,LinkedIn, Google+, etc or (2) other websites, blogs, web multimedia, commercial/promotional material that you must provide a link back to our Flickr page to attribute us. This also extends the use of these images for Facebook profile pictures. In these cases please make a separate wall or blog post with a link to our Flickr page. If you do not know how this should be done for Facebook or other social media please email us and we will be happy to help suggest how to link to us. How can I download these pictures to my computer or device? You can download the photographic image here direct to your computer or device. This version is the low resolution web-quality image. How to download will vary slight from device to device and from browser to browser. However - look for a symbol with three dots 'ooo' or the link to 'View/Download' all sizes. When you click on either of these you will be presented with the option to download the image. Remember just doing a right-click and "save target as" will not work on Flickr. How can I get full resolution, print-quality, copies of these photographs? If you just need these photographs for online usage then they can be used directly once you respect their Creative Commons license and provide a link back to our Flickr set if you use them. For offline usage and printing all of the photographs posted here on this Flickr set are available free, at no cost, at full image resolution. Please email petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com with the links to the photographs you would like to obtain a full resolution copy of. We also ask race organisers, media, etc to ask for permission before use of our images for flyers, posters, etc. We reserve the right to refuse a request. In summary please remember when requesting photographs from us - If you are using the photographs online all we ask is for you to provide a link back to our Flickr set or Flickr pages. You will find the link above clearly outlined in the description text which accompanies this photograph. Taking these photographs and preparing them for online posting does take a significant effort and time. We are not posting photographs to Flickr for commercial reasons. If you really like what we do please spread the link around your social media, send us an email, leave a comment beside the photographs, send us a Flickr email, etc. If you are using the photographs in newspapers or magazines we ask that you mention where the original photograph came from. I would like to contribute something for your photograph(s)? Many people offer payment for our photographs. As stated above we do not charge for these photographs. We take these photographs as our contribution to the running community in Ireland. If you feel that the photograph(s) you request are good enough that you would consider paying for their purchase from other photographic providers or in other circumstances we would suggest that you can provide a donation to any of the great charities in Ireland who do work for Cancer Care or Cancer Research in Ireland. I ran in the race - but my photograph doesn't appear here in your Flickr set! What gives? As mentioned above we take these photographs as a hobby and as a voluntary contribution to the running community in Ireland. Very often we have actually ran in the same race and then switched to photographer mode after we finished the race. Consequently, we feel that we have no obligations to capture a photograph of every participant in the race. However, we do try our very best to capture as many participants as possible. But this is sometimes not possible for a variety of reasons:      ►You were hidden behind another participant as you passed our camera      ►Weather or lighting conditions meant that we had some photographs with blurry content which we did not upload to our Flickr set      ►There were too many people - some races attract thousands of participants and as amateur photographs we cannot hope to capture photographs of everyone      ►We simply missed you - sorry about that - we did our best! You can email us petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com to enquire if we have a photograph of you which didn't make the final Flickr selection for the race. But we cannot promise that there will be photograph there. As alternatives we advise you to contact the race organisers to enquire if there were (1) other photographs taking photographs at the race event or if (2) there were professional commercial sports photographers taking photographs which might have some photographs of you available for purchase. You might find some links for further information above. Don't like your photograph here? That's OK! We understand! If, for any reason, you are not happy or comfortable with your picture appearing here in this photoset on Flickr then please email us at petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com and we will remove it as soon as possible. We give careful consideration to each photograph before uploading. I want to tell people about these great photographs! Great! Thank you! The best link to spread the word around is probably http://www.flickr.com/peterm7/sets This is a photograph from the 3rd running of the Finea 5KM Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Finea, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Sunday 23rd March 2014 at 12:00. The race is organised in conjunction with the Castletown Finea Coole and Whitehall GAA club which is an amalgamation club of the GAA clubs of the surrounding parishes. Whilst the numbers were lower than the races from 2013 there was still a great local country atmosphere with runners, joggers, and walkers enjoying the cold but dry and sunny weather for the race. There was a great spread of refreshments provided in Fitzsimons Bar after the race. A full set of photographs from today's race is available on our Flickr photostream in this set: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157642756508483/ Reading on a Smartphone or tablet? Don't forget to scroll down further to read more about this race and see important Internet links to other information about the race! You can also find out how to access and download these photographs. This race is unique in the fact that it provided participants with the opportunity to compete in a race in two counties (Westmeath and Cavan) and two provinces (Ulster and Leinster) in Ireland during the same race. The race started on the Cavan side of the famous bridge of Finea and finished on the banks of the river. Finea is a beautiful Irish village which is well known for its scenery and it's position in the beautiful landscape of North Westmeath amongst the lakes and hills. The race crosses the River Inny which provides a natural drainage river between Lough Kinale to the south and the much larger Lough Sheelin [en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lough_Sheelin] to the north. The race was well stewarded at all road junctions. Water was provided at the 3KM mark. Course: The race starts and finishes at either side of the Bridge of Finea. The Bridge End Bar was the start where the race went out 400m on the Granard road and runners turned around at cone and headed back into Co. Westmeath over the bridge and the 1km mark. Following the Castlepollard Road the race took at left at the 2km and followed a loop back past the National School and back into Finea village again for a finish down on the banks of the River Inny. The course was a tough undulating course but fair. Any short hills were balanced out by adequate down-hill the other side. The stewards provided excellent traffic management on what is a busy section of road between the 1st KM and the final KM and the finish. Location Map: Start/finish and registration took place at the Bridge (see Google StreetView Image here goo.gl/maps/1Zqek) Refreshments: There was a very impressive selection of refreshments including sandwiches and home-made breads in Fitzsimon's Bridge End Bar afterwards. Some Useful Links Our Photographs on Flickr from the Finea 5KM - August 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635178384858/ Where is Finea? (Google Maps) goo.gl/maps/P419C Where is Finea? (OpenStreetMap) osm.org/go/etif8ja?m= Where is Finea? (Ordnance Survey Ireland) maps.osi.ie/publicviewer/#V1,640177,781454,7,10 Wikipedia Page about Finea: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finnea FACEBOOK Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2013 www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight (Requires Facebook Access) Facebook Event Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2014: www.facebook.com/events/1401167980152954/?ref=ts&fref=ts (Requires Facebook Access) CFCW GAA Facebook www.facebook.com/pages/Castletown-Finea-Coole-Whitehall-G... The song which immortalised the Bridge of Finea - 'Come back Paddy Reilly' by Percy French - sung here by Paddy Reilly [www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGmrpMT0-yo] and lyrics [www.lyricsfreak.com/i/irish+music/come+back+paddy+reilly_...] FAcebook Photographs www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight/media_set?set=a.57172... We use Creative Commons Licensing for these photographs We use the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License for all our photographs here in this photograph set. What does this mean in reality? The explaination is very simple. Attribution- anyone using our photographs gives us an appropriate credit for it. This ensures that people aren't taking our photographs and passing them off as their own. This usually just mean putting a link to our photographs somewhere on your website, blog, or Facebook where other people can see it. ShareAlike – anyone can use these photographs, and make changes if they like, or incorporate them into a bigger project, but they must make those changes available back to the community under the same terms. Creative Commons aims to encourage creative sharing. See some examples of Creative Commons photographs on Flickr: www.flickr.com/creativecommons/ Can I use these photographs directly from Flickr on my social media account(s)? Yes - of course you can! Flickr provides several ways to share this and other photographs in this Flickr set. You can share to: email, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Tumblr, LiveJournal, and Wordpress and Blogger blog sites. Your mobile, tablet, or desktop device will also offer you several different options for sharing this photo page on your social media outlets. We take these photographs as a hobby and as a contribution to the running community in Ireland. Our only "cost" is our request that if you are using these images: (1) on social media sites such as Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, Twitter,LinkedIn, Google+, etc or (2) other websites, blogs, web multimedia, commercial/promotional material that you must provide a link back to our Flickr page to attribute us. This also extends the use of these images for Facebook profile pictures. In these cases please make a separate wall or blog post with a link to our Flickr page. If you do not know how this should be done for Facebook or other social media please email us and we will be happy to help suggest how to link to us. How can I download these pictures to my computer or device? You can download the photographic image here direct to your computer or device. This version is the low resolution web-quality image. How to download will vary slight from device to device and from browser to browser. However - look for a symbol with three dots 'ooo' or the link to 'View/Download' all sizes. When you click on either of these you will be presented with the option to download the image. Remember just doing a right-click and "save target as" will not work on Flickr. How can I get full resolution, print-quality, copies of these photographs? If you just need these photographs for online usage then they can be used directly once you respect their Creative Commons license and provide a link back to our Flickr set if you use them. For offline usage and printing all of the photographs posted here on this Flickr set are available free, at no cost, at full image resolution. Please email petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com with the links to the photographs you would like to obtain a full resolution copy of. We also ask race organisers, media, etc to ask for permission before use of our images for flyers, posters, etc. We reserve the right to refuse a request. In summary please remember when requesting photographs from us - If you are using the photographs online all we ask is for you to provide a link back to our Flickr set or Flickr pages. You will find the link above clearly outlined in the description text which accompanies this photograph. Taking these photographs and preparing them for online posting does take a significant effort and time. We are not posting photographs to Flickr for commercial reasons. If you really like what we do please spread the link around your social media, send us an email, leave a comment beside the photographs, send us a Flickr email, etc. If you are using the photographs in newspapers or magazines we ask that you mention where the original photograph came from. I would like to contribute something for your photograph(s)? Many people offer payment for our photographs. As stated above we do not charge for these photographs. We take these photographs as our contribution to the running community in Ireland. If you feel that the photograph(s) you request are good enough that you would consider paying for their purchase from other photographic providers or in other circumstances we would suggest that you can provide a donation to any of the great charities in Ireland who do work for Cancer Care or Cancer Research in Ireland. I ran in the race - but my photograph doesn't appear here in your Flickr set! What gives? As mentioned above we take these photographs as a hobby and as a voluntary contribution to the running community in Ireland. Very often we have actually ran in the same race and then switched to photographer mode after we finished the race. Consequently, we feel that we have no obligations to capture a photograph of every participant in the race. However, we do try our very best to capture as many participants as possible. But this is sometimes not possible for a variety of reasons:      ►You were hidden behind another participant as you passed our camera      ►Weather or lighting conditions meant that we had some photographs with blurry content which we did not upload to our Flickr set      ►There were too many people - some races attract thousands of participants and as amateur photographs we cannot hope to capture photographs of everyone      ►We simply missed you - sorry about that - we did our best! You can email us petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com to enquire if we have a photograph of you which didn't make the final Flickr selection for the race. But we cannot promise that there will be photograph there. As alternatives we advise you to contact the race organisers to enquire if there were (1) other photographs taking photographs at the race event or if (2) there were professional commercial sports photographers taking photographs which might have some photographs of you available for purchase. You might find some links for further information above. Don't like your photograph here? That's OK! We understand! If, for any reason, you are not happy or comfortable with your picture appearing here in this photoset on Flickr then please email us at petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com and we will remove it as soon as possible. We give careful consideration to each photograph before uploading. I want to tell people about these great photographs! Great! Thank you! The best link to spread the word around is probably http://www.flickr.com/peterm7/sets
  • License*: Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License - photo in flikr foto flickr
    *The photographs are copyrighted by their respective owners.
The Finea 5KM Road Race March 2014
The Finea 5KM Road Race March 2014
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-03-23 14:08:47
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°46'51"N - 7°23'25"W
  • This is a photograph from the 3rd running of the Finea 5KM Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Finea, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Sunday 23rd March 2014 at 12:00. The race is organised in conjunction with the Castletown Finea Coole and Whitehall GAA club which is an amalgamation club of the GAA clubs of the surrounding parishes. Whilst the numbers were lower than the races from 2013 there was still a great local country atmosphere with runners, joggers, and walkers enjoying the cold but dry and sunny weather for the race. There was a great spread of refreshments provided in Fitzsimons Bar after the race. A full set of photographs from today's race is available on our Flickr photostream in this set: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157642756508483/ Reading on a Smartphone or tablet? Don't forget to scroll down further to read more about this race and see important Internet links to other information about the race! You can also find out how to access and download these photographs. This race is unique in the fact that it provided participants with the opportunity to compete in a race in two counties (Westmeath and Cavan) and two provinces (Ulster and Leinster) in Ireland during the same race. The race started on the Cavan side of the famous bridge of Finea and finished on the banks of the river. Finea is a beautiful Irish village which is well known for its scenery and it's position in the beautiful landscape of North Westmeath amongst the lakes and hills. The race crosses the River Inny which provides a natural drainage river between Lough Kinale to the south and the much larger Lough Sheelin [en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lough_Sheelin] to the north. The race was well stewarded at all road junctions. Water was provided at the 3KM mark. Course: The race starts and finishes at either side of the Bridge of Finea. The Bridge End Bar was the start where the race went out 400m on the Granard road and runners turned around at cone and headed back into Co. Westmeath over the bridge and the 1km mark. Following the Castlepollard Road the race took at left at the 2km and followed a loop back past the National School and back into Finea village again for a finish down on the banks of the River Inny. The course was a tough undulating course but fair. Any short hills were balanced out by adequate down-hill the other side. The stewards provided excellent traffic management on what is a busy section of road between the 1st KM and the final KM and the finish. Location Map: Start/finish and registration took place at the Bridge (see Google StreetView Image here goo.gl/maps/1Zqek) Refreshments: There was a very impressive selection of refreshments including sandwiches and home-made breads in Fitzsimon's Bridge End Bar afterwards. Some Useful Links Our Photographs on Flickr from the Finea 5KM - August 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635178384858/ Where is Finea? (Google Maps) goo.gl/maps/P419C Where is Finea? (OpenStreetMap) osm.org/go/etif8ja?m= Where is Finea? (Ordnance Survey Ireland) maps.osi.ie/publicviewer/#V1,640177,781454,7,10 Wikipedia Page about Finea: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finnea FACEBOOK Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2013 www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight (Requires Facebook Access) Facebook Event Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2014: www.facebook.com/events/1401167980152954/?ref=ts&fref=ts (Requires Facebook Access) CFCW GAA Facebook www.facebook.com/pages/Castletown-Finea-Coole-Whitehall-G... The song which immortalised the Bridge of Finea - 'Come back Paddy Reilly' by Percy French - sung here by Paddy Reilly [www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGmrpMT0-yo] and lyrics [www.lyricsfreak.com/i/irish+music/come+back+paddy+reilly_...] FAcebook Photographs www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight/media_set?set=a.57172... We use Creative Commons Licensing for these photographs We use the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License for all our photographs here in this photograph set. What does this mean in reality? The explaination is very simple. Attribution- anyone using our photographs gives us an appropriate credit for it. This ensures that people aren't taking our photographs and passing them off as their own. This usually just mean putting a link to our photographs somewhere on your website, blog, or Facebook where other people can see it. ShareAlike – anyone can use these photographs, and make changes if they like, or incorporate them into a bigger project, but they must make those changes available back to the community under the same terms. Creative Commons aims to encourage creative sharing. See some examples of Creative Commons photographs on Flickr: www.flickr.com/creativecommons/ Can I use these photographs directly from Flickr on my social media account(s)? Yes - of course you can! Flickr provides several ways to share this and other photographs in this Flickr set. You can share to: email, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Tumblr, LiveJournal, and Wordpress and Blogger blog sites. Your mobile, tablet, or desktop device will also offer you several different options for sharing this photo page on your social media outlets. We take these photographs as a hobby and as a contribution to the running community in Ireland. Our only "cost" is our request that if you are using these images: (1) on social media sites such as Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, Twitter,LinkedIn, Google+, etc or (2) other websites, blogs, web multimedia, commercial/promotional material that you must provide a link back to our Flickr page to attribute us. This also extends the use of these images for Facebook profile pictures. In these cases please make a separate wall or blog post with a link to our Flickr page. If you do not know how this should be done for Facebook or other social media please email us and we will be happy to help suggest how to link to us. How can I download these pictures to my computer or device? You can download the photographic image here direct to your computer or device. This version is the low resolution web-quality image. How to download will vary slight from device to device and from browser to browser. However - look for a symbol with three dots 'ooo' or the link to 'View/Download' all sizes. When you click on either of these you will be presented with the option to download the image. Remember just doing a right-click and "save target as" will not work on Flickr. How can I get full resolution, print-quality, copies of these photographs? If you just need these photographs for online usage then they can be used directly once you respect their Creative Commons license and provide a link back to our Flickr set if you use them. For offline usage and printing all of the photographs posted here on this Flickr set are available free, at no cost, at full image resolution. Please email petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com with the links to the photographs you would like to obtain a full resolution copy of. We also ask race organisers, media, etc to ask for permission before use of our images for flyers, posters, etc. We reserve the right to refuse a request. In summary please remember when requesting photographs from us - If you are using the photographs online all we ask is for you to provide a link back to our Flickr set or Flickr pages. You will find the link above clearly outlined in the description text which accompanies this photograph. Taking these photographs and preparing them for online posting does take a significant effort and time. We are not posting photographs to Flickr for commercial reasons. If you really like what we do please spread the link around your social media, send us an email, leave a comment beside the photographs, send us a Flickr email, etc. If you are using the photographs in newspapers or magazines we ask that you mention where the original photograph came from. I would like to contribute something for your photograph(s)? Many people offer payment for our photographs. As stated above we do not charge for these photographs. We take these photographs as our contribution to the running community in Ireland. If you feel that the photograph(s) you request are good enough that you would consider paying for their purchase from other photographic providers or in other circumstances we would suggest that you can provide a donation to any of the great charities in Ireland who do work for Cancer Care or Cancer Research in Ireland. I ran in the race - but my photograph doesn't appear here in your Flickr set! What gives? As mentioned above we take these photographs as a hobby and as a voluntary contribution to the running community in Ireland. Very often we have actually ran in the same race and then switched to photographer mode after we finished the race. Consequently, we feel that we have no obligations to capture a photograph of every participant in the race. However, we do try our very best to capture as many participants as possible. But this is sometimes not possible for a variety of reasons:      ►You were hidden behind another participant as you passed our camera      ►Weather or lighting conditions meant that we had some photographs with blurry content which we did not upload to our Flickr set      ►There were too many people - some races attract thousands of participants and as amateur photographs we cannot hope to capture photographs of everyone      ►We simply missed you - sorry about that - we did our best! You can email us petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com to enquire if we have a photograph of you which didn't make the final Flickr selection for the race. But we cannot promise that there will be photograph there. As alternatives we advise you to contact the race organisers to enquire if there were (1) other photographs taking photographs at the race event or if (2) there were professional commercial sports photographers taking photographs which might have some photographs of you available for purchase. You might find some links for further information above. Don't like your photograph here? That's OK! We understand! If, for any reason, you are not happy or comfortable with your picture appearing here in this photoset on Flickr then please email us at petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com and we will remove it as soon as possible. We give careful consideration to each photograph before uploading. I want to tell people about these great photographs! Great! Thank you! The best link to spread the word around is probably http://www.flickr.com/peterm7/sets This is a photograph from the 3rd running of the Finea 5KM Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Finea, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Sunday 23rd March 2014 at 12:00. The race is organised in conjunction with the Castletown Finea Coole and Whitehall GAA club which is an amalgamation club of the GAA clubs of the surrounding parishes. Whilst the numbers were lower than the races from 2013 there was still a great local country atmosphere with runners, joggers, and walkers enjoying the cold but dry and sunny weather for the race. There was a great spread of refreshments provided in Fitzsimons Bar after the race. A full set of photographs from today's race is available on our Flickr photostream in this set: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157642756508483/ Reading on a Smartphone or tablet? Don't forget to scroll down further to read more about this race and see important Internet links to other information about the race! You can also find out how to access and download these photographs. This race is unique in the fact that it provided participants with the opportunity to compete in a race in two counties (Westmeath and Cavan) and two provinces (Ulster and Leinster) in Ireland during the same race. The race started on the Cavan side of the famous bridge of Finea and finished on the banks of the river. Finea is a beautiful Irish village which is well known for its scenery and it's position in the beautiful landscape of North Westmeath amongst the lakes and hills. The race crosses the River Inny which provides a natural drainage river between Lough Kinale to the south and the much larger Lough Sheelin [en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lough_Sheelin] to the north. The race was well stewarded at all road junctions. Water was provided at the 3KM mark. Course: The race starts and finishes at either side of the Bridge of Finea. The Bridge End Bar was the start where the race went out 400m on the Granard road and runners turned around at cone and headed back into Co. Westmeath over the bridge and the 1km mark. Following the Castlepollard Road the race took at left at the 2km and followed a loop back past the National School and back into Finea village again for a finish down on the banks of the River Inny. The course was a tough undulating course but fair. Any short hills were balanced out by adequate down-hill the other side. The stewards provided excellent traffic management on what is a busy section of road between the 1st KM and the final KM and the finish. Location Map: Start/finish and registration took place at the Bridge (see Google StreetView Image here goo.gl/maps/1Zqek) Refreshments: There was a very impressive selection of refreshments including sandwiches and home-made breads in Fitzsimon's Bridge End Bar afterwards. Some Useful Links Our Photographs on Flickr from the Finea 5KM - August 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635178384858/ Where is Finea? (Google Maps) goo.gl/maps/P419C Where is Finea? (OpenStreetMap) osm.org/go/etif8ja?m= Where is Finea? (Ordnance Survey Ireland) maps.osi.ie/publicviewer/#V1,640177,781454,7,10 Wikipedia Page about Finea: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finnea FACEBOOK Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2013 www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight (Requires Facebook Access) Facebook Event Page for the CFCW 5KM Run 2014: www.facebook.com/events/1401167980152954/?ref=ts&fref=ts (Requires Facebook Access) CFCW GAA Facebook www.facebook.com/pages/Castletown-Finea-Coole-Whitehall-G... The song which immortalised the Bridge of Finea - 'Come back Paddy Reilly' by Percy French - sung here by Paddy Reilly [www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGmrpMT0-yo] and lyrics [www.lyricsfreak.com/i/irish+music/come+back+paddy+reilly_...] FAcebook Photographs www.facebook.com/cfcw.bigfightnight/media_set?set=a.57172... We use Creative Commons Licensing for these photographs We use the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License for all our photographs here in this photograph set. What does this mean in reality? The explaination is very simple. Attribution- anyone using our photographs gives us an appropriate credit for it. This ensures that people aren't taking our photographs and passing them off as their own. This usually just mean putting a link to our photographs somewhere on your website, blog, or Facebook where other people can see it. ShareAlike – anyone can use these photographs, and make changes if they like, or incorporate them into a bigger project, but they must make those changes available back to the community under the same terms. Creative Commons aims to encourage creative sharing. See some examples of Creative Commons photographs on Flickr: www.flickr.com/creativecommons/ Can I use these photographs directly from Flickr on my social media account(s)? Yes - of course you can! Flickr provides several ways to share this and other photographs in this Flickr set. You can share to: email, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Tumblr, LiveJournal, and Wordpress and Blogger blog sites. Your mobile, tablet, or desktop device will also offer you several different options for sharing this photo page on your social media outlets. We take these photographs as a hobby and as a contribution to the running community in Ireland. Our only "cost" is our request that if you are using these images: (1) on social media sites such as Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, Twitter,LinkedIn, Google+, etc or (2) other websites, blogs, web multimedia, commercial/promotional material that you must provide a link back to our Flickr page to attribute us. This also extends the use of these images for Facebook profile pictures. In these cases please make a separate wall or blog post with a link to our Flickr page. If you do not know how this should be done for Facebook or other social media please email us and we will be happy to help suggest how to link to us. How can I download these pictures to my computer or device? You can download the photographic image here direct to your computer or device. This version is the low resolution web-quality image. How to download will vary slight from device to device and from browser to browser. However - look for a symbol with three dots 'ooo' or the link to 'View/Download' all sizes. When you click on either of these you will be presented with the option to download the image. Remember just doing a right-click and "save target as" will not work on Flickr. How can I get full resolution, print-quality, copies of these photographs? If you just need these photographs for online usage then they can be used directly once you respect their Creative Commons license and provide a link back to our Flickr set if you use them. For offline usage and printing all of the photographs posted here on this Flickr set are available free, at no cost, at full image resolution. Please email petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com with the links to the photographs you would like to obtain a full resolution copy of. We also ask race organisers, media, etc to ask for permission before use of our images for flyers, posters, etc. We reserve the right to refuse a request. In summary please remember when requesting photographs from us - If you are using the photographs online all we ask is for you to provide a link back to our Flickr set or Flickr pages. You will find the link above clearly outlined in the description text which accompanies this photograph. Taking these photographs and preparing them for online posting does take a significant effort and time. We are not posting photographs to Flickr for commercial reasons. If you really like what we do please spread the link around your social media, send us an email, leave a comment beside the photographs, send us a Flickr email, etc. If you are using the photographs in newspapers or magazines we ask that you mention where the original photograph came from. I would like to contribute something for your photograph(s)? Many people offer payment for our photographs. As stated above we do not charge for these photographs. We take these photographs as our contribution to the running community in Ireland. If you feel that the photograph(s) you request are good enough that you would consider paying for their purchase from other photographic providers or in other circumstances we would suggest that you can provide a donation to any of the great charities in Ireland who do work for Cancer Care or Cancer Research in Ireland. I ran in the race - but my photograph doesn't appear here in your Flickr set! What gives? As mentioned above we take these photographs as a hobby and as a voluntary contribution to the running community in Ireland. Very often we have actually ran in the same race and then switched to photographer mode after we finished the race. Consequently, we feel that we have no obligations to capture a photograph of every participant in the race. However, we do try our very best to capture as many participants as possible. But this is sometimes not possible for a variety of reasons:      ►You were hidden behind another participant as you passed our camera      ►Weather or lighting conditions meant that we had some photographs with blurry content which we did not upload to our Flickr set      ►There were too many people - some races attract thousands of participants and as amateur photographs we cannot hope to capture photographs of everyone      ►We simply missed you - sorry about that - we did our best! You can email us petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com to enquire if we have a photograph of you which didn't make the final Flickr selection for the race. But we cannot promise that there will be photograph there. As alternatives we advise you to contact the race organisers to enquire if there were (1) other photographs taking photographs at the race event or if (2) there were professional commercial sports photographers taking photographs which might have some photographs of you available for purchase. You might find some links for further information above. Don't like your photograph here? That's OK! We understand! If, for any reason, you are not happy or comfortable with your picture appearing here in this photoset on Flickr then please email us at petermooney78 AT gmail DOT com and we will remove it as soon as possible. We give careful consideration to each photograph before uploading. I want to tell people about these great photographs! Great! Thank you! The best link to spread the word around is probably http://www.flickr.com/peterm7/sets
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