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Dromoland Castle, Ireland

This castle estate on the west coast of Ireland was not originally developed for golfing, but with other possibleView full post »

Blaskett Island Bird Rookery – Ireland

Well we have landed in Kona with Helen, Kelly, Maddie and two of their friends Jordan & Katie. Everyone is havingView full post »

An irishman ~ Danny Moriatry

Mr. Moriatry is a horseman who drove Kelly & I over the Gap of Dunloe while visiting southern Ireland this pastView full post »

Riding through the Gap of Dunloe

The Gap of Dunloe is otherwise known as Bearna an Choimín meaning “gap of the common-land” and is aView full post »

St. Mary’s Abbey of Cashel

An angelic appearing Kelly glowing in the light passing through the ruins of St. Mary’s Abbey in Cashel, IrelandView full post »

David Atkinson – master falconer, Dromoland, Ireland

Kelly and I were recently fortunate to be able to stay at Dromoland Castle along the western coast of Ireland. TheView full post »

Sunrise in the rain – Kinsale, Ireland

While visiting the southern coast of Ireland last month, I forced myself out of bed before dawn to wander the harborView full post »

Muckross Lake – Ireland

I decide to give a go at creating a diptych style fine art print of two of my favorite images from Killarney.View full post »

Salmon fishing in Killarney – Ireland

An adventure to be taken if ever visiting Killarney is the Gap of Dunloe. Kelly and I went on the recommendation of aView full post »

Sunrise at Dingle Harbor – Ireland

I caught the sunrise following an evening drizzle over Dingle Harbor two weeks ago now….time travels so fast.View full post »

Mary in the storm – Ireland

Kelly and I have a brief moment this evening as we get ready to head toward Dublin tomorrow. I’ve rattled offView full post »

Fishing the Blasketts – Ireland

Today Kelly and I visited the the Dingle Peninsula on the western tip of southern Ireland. At the recommendation of aView full post »

Rock of Cashel – Ireland

Kelly and I are working our way across the southern part of Ireland this week and I took a moment this evening to putView full post »