Galway City, meringues in a bakery.
A number of people have asked me where are the pictures from Ireland? They expected to see more than sheep and manhole covers. But that's what I like to take pictures of. (And horses too.) I'm working on one of those online photo-books which has made me realize that there are far too many images to choose from. Here are a few.
In another life, Andy could have been a king with a castle or at least a duke or something. He was right at home here- as we expected. This is also where I found all the daffodil shots posted earlier. (Kilkenny, Butler Castle)
The seaside village of Kinsale. Sunshine then showers, then a gale.
More-so-than-ever-windy cliffs of Moher.
Bog and peat trench near Roundstone.
Outside of Clifden at Kylemore Abbey.
Dublin, 2 days of steady rain, indoor attractions.
Guinness storehouse- complimentary glass at the end of the tour. Possibly her highlight moment. Notice the cladagh ring, purchased on a NY street many years ago. Our Irish princess.
My highlight moment (Ashford Castle, Cong).
Already seems like so long ago. For more armchair adventures, stop by to see Silver Bella pal, Pam, just back from teaching in Paris where she and Amy met up with Kim and friends. Remember when we all went to CHA/LA back in February? Updates on that promised creative sharing project coming along very soon. We've been hard at work, almost ready. Really, soon! xoC