Another view on a previous location.
Coming back in to land at Newcastle Aerodrome. On the strip ready for take off, proprietor John Nugent’s 1948 US Army Cub.
Out and about again on the helicopter thanks to John Nugent at Newcastle Aerodrome. Much brighter and clearer up there this time, as you’ll find out over the coming days…
The only thing saving you from a scenic yet deadly fall from the cockpit of the 1948 US Army Cub at Newcastle Aerodrome. The proprietors pride and joy.
A view of Wicklow head I’ve never had before. A massive thanks to Mike at Wicklow.TV and John Nugent at Newcastle Aerodrome for the new slant on photowalking.
Strolling, just like we were, on the rocky beach next to the train tracks. Not many kids out building sandcastles today. Well, not much sand to build them in either. I’m sure you could have fashioned an impressive rock castle though. Hmm, might have to try that one out.
Hand selected rocks on Newcastle beach. Only the ones with the best stripes (and spots) will do. Incidentally, some of these now live in my apartment along with a curiously burgerish shaped rock. It was too good to leave behind. Oh how I’ve missed strolling on the beach!
Old, broken, left behind. Part of a child’s toy discarded on the beach. Making sandcastles out of rocks does that to plastic toys.