Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Wordless Wednesday...In Honor of St. Patrick

In honor of St. Patrick's Day, a few photos from Ireland.













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38 comments:

  1. Just beautiful! I love the cottage!

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  2. Lovely! I adore the cottage. Looks like a great spot for a walk!!!

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  3. Love it! Of course, now I'm dying to know where they were taken... That shoreline one looks like the Dingle area? Whatever... Great pics! Happy St. Patrick's Day and Wordless Wed., too. :)

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  4. the coast is in the south, near Ballycotton..the second is looking out from the back of my aunt's house outside of Mitchelstown, Co. Cork, looking toward the Galtee mountains and the last is in Connemara, Co. Galway, on the west coast.

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  5. It's good to be there! Capturing these unusual scene! Happy St. Patrick's and WWDay!

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  6. Lovely photos - you've captured the light beautifully!

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  7. Absolutely fabulous series -- nicely green for St. Patty's Day and Ireland.

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  8. I don't think you could find more beautiful pictures for St. Patricks Day! It makes me want to frolick and spin and sing, like in the Sound of Music! Wrong country, I know. Maybe instead I should do a jig and drink a pint.

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  9. it's early in the morning for a pint.
    maybe 1/2 a pint!

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  10. Very beautiful landscapes!!! I like the second one more!!!

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  11. Gorgeous shots, especially the one at the bottom with the rainbow.

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  12. Beautiful photographs. I really like the one with the rainbow

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  13. Thanks for visiting my blog!! :) These pictures are just stunning. We were in Ireland for the first time two years ago and promptly fell in love with the wild coastline. We live on the ocean here, too, but it's so sedate compared to Ireland. Thanks for that memory!! :) Silke

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  14. These are all wonderful shots of Ireland and the rainbow is such a treat. Happy St. Patrick's day.

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  15. How beautiful are all three. I love the rainbow.

    Happy St. Patrick's Day.

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  16. These are gorgeous! Rainbows are magical, but even more so in Ireland. Lovely!

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  17. Oh my, these are just beautiful. I want to be in that cottage. How lovely. Happy St. Patrick's Day!

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  18. aloha,


    thank you for visiting my blog and also sharing your pics of ireland today...i loved all the water scenes...beautiful

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  19. Beautiful photos. I would love love to visit Ireland some day!

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  20. what, you don't like them Bandit?
    You would love Ireland, I am sure. Lots of lovely grass to run around on with little sheep to play with.

    Or big cows to run you over. ;-)

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  21. pretty, pretty! I love that cottage, and great rainbow too. All are lovely :)

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  22. Really beautiful! Were you "lucky" enough to get to visit there? I tell myself "one day".... we'll see. =)

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  23. That second shot is just quintessential Ireland!

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  24. Gorgeous! Makes me want to book a flight.

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  25. Oh, I would go back in a heartbeat. Wow. Beautiful.

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  26. Ravishing images. Each more beautiful than the last. Hubby is part Irish and we hope to go to Ireland some day. I can see it will be a photo feast if we do.

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  27. Beautiful pictures. I long to visit Ireland... Someday.

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  28. Just love that shot of the rainbow!

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  29. I have been to Ireland many times, but for some odd reason, I don't have a great many photos..

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  30. beautiful--and just perfect

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  31. What beautiful photos! We're going to be in Ireland in about two weeks, but it's just a quick trip so we'll be in Dublin the whole time. The countryside will have to wait until we've got a bit more time to spend.

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  32. Dublin is interesting..but I would argue it is not "really" Ireland.

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  33. Magically beautiful! Very Irish! :)

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