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Sometimes words are not enough, and images tell the story better.
I’ve had a long standing interest in the local archaeology of Donegal, which ranges from the neolithic to medieval eras in Gleann Cholm Cille, but I’ve never really had a reference point with which to compare it. Now, having spent the last few days in Brittany, I’ve had the opportunity to see our stone age… Continue reading Karnag rocks!
I spent the day at the Glencolmcille Agricultural Show, where I was lucky enough to win three Firsts in the Photographic section. [Click on images for larger view]
Canal Bank Walk
Trick of the eye
You know how sometimes, your eyes expect to see something, so it takes you a while to see what’s actually there. Well this morning, I glanced at this headline in the Sunday Tribune: But this is what my eyes insisted they were seeing for a few moments: Strange how the brain works sometimes, isn’t it?
A Donegal Christmas
To mark Nollag na mBan, some more photographs taken on Christmas Day.
For some reason, ever since I drove past Ben Bulben a few days ago I’ve had this craving for vienetta.
Christmas in Glencolmcille
Gleann Cholm Cille, 25ú Nollaig, 2009