Grey Green & Grim

Grey skies and green mountains might typify the beautiful country Ireland is but this place, Delphi Doolough, hides a grim story of human tragedy behind its stark beauty. In March of 1849 during the Irish Potato famine Irish people were instructed to present themselves to officials in the town of Louisburgh to have their claims […]

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Scottish Gold

There was a great sense of expectation as we entered the hallowed vault in Edinburgh’s Scotch Whisky Experience. There, bathed in the glowing gold of its own making were 3384 unique bottles of Scotland’s most renowned export, scotch whisky. This collection was once the 35 year passion of Brazilian collector, Claive Vidiz. Purchased by global […]

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The Heart of Hammond

If you know what these little glass bottles are you could be; a) a musician, b) a radio frequency engineer, or c) have been around for quite a long time. These three little glass tubes are part of the audio amplifier of Lachy Doley’s on stage Hammond Organ and many contemporary musicians will attest are […]

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