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Random Ireland

When I slack off on the blogging, all the interesting things start backing up! So I figure I’d better get back to it. For the next few Tuesdays, collections of interesting photographs from Ireland that didn’t quite fit into a themed post:


Milltown Forest, near Manorhamilton, County Leitrim.



A Harry Clarke window at the Crawford Municipal Gallery, Cork.



Spotted across from a tea room near Drumcliffe. I can’t remember if this place is a jewelry maker’s or a tattooist’s. One or the other!



Signpost for the Lough Derg Way in Tipperary.



The White Street car park in Cork, where graffiti is legal.



Lichen is one of the most beautiful things in all of nature.



Georgian doorways along the Grand Canal, Dublin.



I’d never taken such a close look at a thatched roof. (Probably because there are hardly any left!)



Tiny plant growing in a child’s Croc = cutest thing EVER. (At my guesthouse in Manorhamilton, Leitrim.)



The next time I find an awesome teapot, I am filling it with dirt and seeds.


3 Comments to Random Ireland

  1. Susan's Gravatar Susan
    September 3, 2014 at 7:55 am | Permalink

    Beautiful pictures! I love the “croc” planter. What a great way to reuse and recycle!!

    • September 3, 2014 at 8:53 am | Permalink

      Presumably the owner of that little pink Croc has grown out of it. 😉

  2. Kate's Gravatar Kate
    September 7, 2014 at 4:19 am | Permalink

    I love the street art and the trail photos!

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