Kingdom

•March 14, 2015 • Leave a Comment

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Somewhere along the coast near Dingle, Co. Kerry

(from the archives, taken almost two years ago)

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snow falling

•March 12, 2015 • Leave a Comment

So I’m coming out of my hibernation it seems… slowly, slowly.

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2015 calendars!

•November 13, 2014 • Leave a Comment

Better late than never… usually I send this out by the end of October, but not this year… oops…

Anyway!

CALENDAR TIME!

Images from the West of Ireland – this is, for this year, the only calendar I’m putting together. No time for my birds, unfortunately, although I miss them desperately.

But, Ireland! Green Isle, the wild atlantic coast, beaches, ruins, fields and sheep… Hang it on your wall and enjoy it all year round.

Here:
http://www.redbubble.com/people/greeneyedspirit/calendars/12906635-images-from-the-west-of-ireland

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Muh!!

•October 1, 2014 • Leave a Comment

German cows say: Muh!

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Autumn child

•September 30, 2014 • Leave a Comment

playing with the leaves…

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The little sister

•September 23, 2014 • Leave a Comment

The Nomadic

The last surviving White Star Line ship in the world.

Tender to the mighty Titanic.

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(shot on film, on a now sadly defunct Porst CX-4)

Where giants were born

•September 21, 2014 • Leave a Comment

Belfast. Birthplace of a giant, hailed as unsinkable…
The Titanic, of course.
In the shipyard where she and her sister ship, the Olympic, were built, a beautiful iceberg of a building now houses a very, very interesting exhibition about how the Titanic was built, and her fateful maiden voyage.
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The Titanic Belfast building (the same height as the Titanic from waterline to deck… )

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In the very spot where Titanic was built, you can now see her outline – and where the few lifeboats on board were located. This is one of them.