A Connemara Tree🤔....Not sure what this tree is called,looks like Holly,maybe its wild Holly?...found these trees all the way down a mountain stream with most being vertical while others are horizontal(wind)....the same in Dingle.
A little bit of rare sunshine ☀️ in between all the rain ☔️ this past week. And you should have seen how quickly I grabbed my camera 📸 when that happened 😂 🙈Thankfully today the sun has come back to stay for the day at least, so it seems. 🤔 Happy Saturday! 🙌🏻
~ Not all storms come to disrupt your life, some come to clear your path. ~ ❤️
This favourite of mine found an unexpected new home last week ... will miss it but happy to see it go on it’s new “journey” - a customer came to the studio to collect something and fell in love with this as well and just had to have it! That really made my day!! 😀🤗🥰
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Best thing about elopements and overseas couples visiting Ireland ....... we get to go for pints after! 👌🍻☘
Dublin, my sweet, lovely flower,
You give me energy and power.
Land and folks so beautiful,
I felt like in a musical.
Want to hold you, feel you near,
Unfortunately I can't stay here.
I will come back, yes, this is true,
So many dreams here to pursue.
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In #irland gibt es einige mystische Orte. Slieve League an der Nordwestküste gehört auf jeden Fall dazu! Zumindest, wenn die Wolken so über die #klippen wandern.
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5,000-year-old carvings on a kerbstone at the Megalithic Tomb of Knowth in Ireland. What do they mean or express? The site is one of the biggest repositories of Megalithic Art in Europe. Peter Sommer Travels' experts explain its fascinating history. https://www.petersommer.com/tours/exploring-ireland-tour
Who's got Lough Fee on their list of places to stay this year?
We're all in agreement here..it's on our list too for 2020 🥰
Lough Fee is a freshwater lake on the west of Ireland, located in the Connemara area of County Galway. And this ideally located and large holiday home sleeping 9 is located on the Connemara Loop surrounded by views of Lough Fee and the mountains in County Galway.
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Calling all outdoor lovers ☘️ You’re going to love this place!
Unspoiled nature, a spectacular and beautiful lake and amazing possibilities for walking and hiking. Peaceful. Quiet. Inspiring.
Double tap if you love places like this one!
Is it cold out where you are? Storm Dennis is a real beast - hope it wasn’t too bad wherever you are! But sunshine or snowstorm, there are a few things guaranteed to warm my heart: puppy snuggles and spending time in the outdoors (no matter the weather) will do it every time. And this might sound weird, but a cup of Barry’s tea can do it, too. Tell me something that warms your heart!
The Doolough Tragedy is an event that took place during the Great Irish Famine in southwest County Mayo. A group of 600 starving people set out to Doolough in the rain to find food; most of them did not survive. This memorial stands in their memory. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
I recently took the @23andme test and found that the greatest percentage of my ancestors were from this particular part of Ireland, so learning about this place - and tragedy - is even more meaningful to me. I feel so lucky to have been able to visit this place. #doolough#dooloughvalley