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The change of plan

“T’ra”, a term used¬†interchangeably¬†by some. It can mean either hello, thanks, excuse me or goodbye. The change of plan came on Saturday …

Pave

The well worn square at the Irish Museum of Modern Art. Kinda.. Hypnotic…

Karst

From The Burren, last year. Was going to say ‘back when it was sunny and calm’ but I don’t think it’s ever …

Sunville

On Summerhill north during the Cork Photowalk, put together by Damien, Pat and Donncha. Huge thanks to all three, very successful event …

Stone Wall

Taken for my sofobomo project, this is in The Burren in Co. Clare. During our weekend on the west coast, I spent …

All Souls

Glasnevin graveyard, walking from the newer toward the older graves. It’s a calming spot (yes, I know it’s a graveyard). Feels odd …

Tetris

On Dame street, Dublin. Looking out from the city hall, across a courtyard that looks like tetris to a building that looks …

A Walk By The Sea

Following forests gardens and I can’t remember what else, I needed to get back to the beach. Fully intend on visiting one …

Dart to the Sea

Getting the dart down to the seaside, a summertime institution. It’s a little colder and a little greyer now at this seaside …

Pier Steps

Steps on the pier in Bray, Co. Wicklow. It’s easily been about 4/5 years since I was last in Bray and this …

Saved From a Fall

The stone with the sad face saved from a fall into the black unknown by a once great grate. Held there, suspended …

Departing This Life

Shuffling off your mortal coil. Moving from this life into somewhere (hopefully) more pleasant. I am an Ex-Parrot! Peace and quiet for …

Fresh Cobbles

There were a few of what I can only call ‘craftsmen’ working in Edinburgh Castle when we visited. Some of them were …

Grave Rambling

Another of my frequent trips to rural graveyards. This one, just outside Midleton on the road to Castlemartyr in east Cork is …