When I’m traveling in some place new, I like to take pictures within categories, which helps focus my attention. In this case, it’s windows from our trip to Ireland last September. I don’t remember the names of the places, but they’re all located somewhere between Cork and Dublin.
Here are some more pictures from our trip to Ireland last September. It seemed like there were walls and greenery everywhere!
More photos from our trip. One thing Ireland has, are beautiful landscapes.
I took a lot of pictures of street scenes in Ireland. Some of these were taken early in the morning, while children were going to school. I can’t remember the names of the individual towns, but they are all somewhere between Cork and Dublin. Enjoy!
While I’m busy preparing for the OPEN STUDIO on the 18th, let’s return to Ireland for a look at some storefronts, which I found irresistible. I love their unexpected color combinations and the signage. See all of the posts from our trip to Ireland this past September here.
In Ireland, moss is ubiquitous. It seems to cling to every earthly surface, making for a truly green world.
Here are a selection of doorways we saw on our recent trip to Ireland. I was surprised by some of the bold paint colors, which were far from the white washed or stone cottage look that I’ve seen in pictures.
Rob and I just returned from a magical visit to Ireland. We traveled with a group of Celtic music lovers who were brought together by Boston’s WGBH. The Learning Tour – An Irish Sojourn was led by WGBH radio Celtic music host Brian O’Donovan, who took us from county Cork and up the eastern coast to Dublin.
This is just a sampling of what we saw on our trip–there will be many more pictures to show in the weeks ahead. There’ll be more doorways, windows, storefronts, landscapes and moss!