Top notch signage. ESB Hydro Station, Turlough Hill, Co. Wicklow
Curse of the were-rabbit, Omeath, Co. Louth
The Back Garden: A five week old puppy’s kingdom.
The Polish Fire, Omeath, Co. Louth
Story to be told on the shore, Omeath, Co. Louth
The guarded open door. Jerrettspass, Newry, Co. Down
Out the kitchen window, With a twist of the head, Omeath
Life from the walls, inside one of the ruins in the Famine Village, Carlingford, Co. Louth
I wish there was a picture to go with every song that just describes that song, but not like a video per say that tells the literal story of the song. Just one image to take in, while your ears do the donkey work to set the cogs of the brain whirling. I know this would be difficult as many people find hundreds of different meanings from each song but I think it would be strangely quite comforting at the same time.
Simple beauty of the ongoing weather, Dublin, Ireland
That moment when complete strangers “catch” you taking pictures out your third floor apartment window at 1.30 in the morning. Probably shouldn’t have used the flash. Well they should have stayed in like me with weather like that and watched Despicable Me with two legends. Fact.
Time flies; out the back window of a car.