Tag: Ireland

We Are (II)

We Are (I)

  Early morning mist in the Burren. Taken a while back, in the winter months. I was driving on my way to somewhere. I probably ended up being late. But I had to stop. As I often do. This time because of a field of raindrops glittering in the morning

Gratitude (III)

  Gratitude (III) For What Was For What Is For What Lies Ahead For Finding a Way When There Seemingly is None ~

Gratitude (II)

  Gratitude For Whispers from Trees and Limestone Rocks For Wide Horizons and Unexplored Paths For Perseverance and Fluidity For Winter’s Womb and Summer’s Light ~

Gratitude (I)

  Gratitude For the Sun and the Clouds For the Grey and the Green For Silences and Sounds For Spaces and Spaces in Between ~

After Rain

Winter Has Arrived

  There are two ways to tell winter has arrived, besides the cold winds. The size of the waves and that I have returned to the edge between land and sea of Co. Clare with my camera. It’s been a long time coming. A bit rusty but oh the joy…!

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