There be Ghosts in this Place

This lone sentinel upon the ancient landscape of the Burren overlooks a tomb which has remained undisturbed for more than 5600 years. Sitting quietly here for a while, looking, listening and using just a little bit of imagination it’s not hard to believe that the ancient Irish race who held this place sacred still dwell […]

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Planet Far Far Away

There is region in County Clare called the Burren which has a feel about it hard to describe, perhaps even other worldly. Much of the region is covered with a vast landscape of cracked sandstone which in the distance gives a feel of barrenness but up close is an intricate patchwork of micro ecosystems and […]

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Tread Softly Because You Tread On My Dreams

In the village of Drumcliffe, County Sligo, lies the final resting place of one of the worlds most beloved modern poets, William Butler Yeats. Not far from his grave this memorial to his work celebrates the poet, his work and my favorite poem ‘He Wishes for the Cloths of Heaven’. This sculpture created by artist […]

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