Perhaps because of St. Patrick’s Day the Lens Artist’s Prompt this week: History got me thinking about a couple of the historic sites we saw when we visited Ireland.Continue reading Myth and Mystery-Irish History
The choice of the date for St. Patrick’s day can’t be by chance. It is all about spring.
I am ready for it.
GIFing and PNGing: My Leprechaun ProjectContinue reading Happy St. Patrick’s Day= merry Spring
PHOTO CHALLENGE OF PLACES WE SIT…OR MIGHT SIT…OR ART ABOUT SITTING
Welcome to week 2 of Pull up a Seat. Take a load off and share a favorite perch by linking your post to this one, either with a comment or pingback. For more detailed directions go to Pull Up a Seat page.
Thank you to everyone who is participating. It is really fun to see all the different ideas conjured up by the theme.
- The 59 Club
- Chronicles of an Anglo-Swiss
- Teleporting Weena
- Morpeth Road
- Poetry for Healing
We came across this seat at the Cashel Palace Hotel. Can you tell me what this seat is for?
Over to you. Add a link to your post in the comment section.
For Wordless Wednesday
I was surprised at how many fence pictures I have. After going through my archives looking specifically for fences I realized that I have a tendency t use them as framing elements in photos.
Going through some old pictures from our trip to Ireland in 2013. These are from a day trip through the Gap of Dunloe in McGillicuddy Reeks in Killarney. Time seems to go by fast, yet so much has happened since that it seems like both yesterday and a lifetime ago at the same time.
For Son of a Beach’s Which Way Challenge
These were taken on a path through the lush gardens of Garinish, in Ireland.
Garinish is an island near the Ring of Kerry. For some reason (maybe because so many of the same plants we saw there are blooming right now) I’ve been thinking about it lately. It was a driving challenge to get there from where we were staying in Killarney, but the travel was through beautiful country and well worth the white knuckles through a few stretches. It’s not super well known.
Here are a few candid pictures of kids from my archives for Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge. All of these pictures were taken in color. I experimented with the black and white presets in Adobe Lightroom. At first I wondered why they had so many, but each picture looked best with a different setting. This is the first time I have experimented with the black and white settings in Lightroom.
These pictures are from a shop in Killarney. I have never seen so many hats in one place. It seemed so Irish.
I was reminded of these pictures by Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: More Than 5 Items
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “On the Way.”