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Fresh and Salty

Fresh and Salty I’m sorry there was no Thursday Doors post this week as I was away for a few days, with no access to the internet. However, I did take lots of interesting photos of doors and castles to … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

Still on the Erne river for this week’s Thursday Doors, where we spent our August bank holiday weekend. The weather was mixed but warm and on our last evening we took the boat up river and saw this lovely cottage. … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

Thursday Doors this week comes from the marina where our boat is moored, in county Cavan. This little beauty is tiny and if you can call a boat ‘cute’ that’s definitely what she is. She’s moored alongside a houseboat and … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

More like Thursday Gates than Thursday Doors this week, I’m afraid, as I got totally distracted by the flowers at Fota Gardens. On a grey, drizzly day last week, my husband and I decided to take a tour of Fota … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

Thursday Doors comes from Ardmore again this week but this time it’s a bit more colourful, as the Summer arrived for the day on Wednesday and the flowers all came out. Even the ‘living roof’ on the Cliff House Hotel … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

While in Ardmore, county Waterford recently I took lots of photos for the Thursday Doors series. So, to continue on from last week’s cottage murals, here are some of my favourites along with boats, bluebells and balustrades. As we climbed … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

At a recent food festival in Dungarvan, County Waterford I found some very interesting subjects to photograph for this week’s Thursday Doors. I love the stonework in this old building which now serves as a supermarket. I think it might … Continue reading

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Shakespeare in April

Four hundred years ago today, William Shakespeare passed away. April is a month that belongs to the Bard, a significant date is the twenty-third. Seeing as today, April 23rd, is the four hundredth anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare, … Continue reading

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A Good Day

You might think it strange to see misty images being used in a post about a good day. Because we live so far from our children and grandchildren, any day spent with them is always a good one. This summer … Continue reading

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Half and Half

Half stone – half wood Photo taken in County Clare, Ireland. *************************************** Is the sun half-up or half-down? Photo taken in County Cork, Ireland. ************************************** Half mist – half clear Photo taken in Barleycove, County Cork. In response to The … Continue reading

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