Since arriving to Ireland, a couple of people have been very helpful in suggesting things that I should get out and see. Among them, (fellow photographer of street art) Emily was kind enough send me a link the Waterford Walls festival and the guided walks that follow the event. Continue reading
I got out for a walk on Sunday along a stretch of coastline that is known for the cliffs halfway along it. The visitor’s centre at the Cliffs of Moher attracts 1.4 million visitors each year and is one of the most visited sites in Ireland. The use of the cliffs in Harry Potter movies and as the backdrop to a load of music videos mean that they’re only going to get more popular. Continue reading
My mother-in-law was in town last weekend, so I seized the opportunity, packed a bike and a camera and took off to explore more of the area I now call home.
…or, Adventures of the Day-Glo Pannier.
The last Bank Holiday weekend of the summer had conspired against me and I was facing the prospect of returning to w*rk without having made the most of the three days off.
As we ate our Sunday dinner, I decided that as it was still light until about 9:30, I could jump in the car, head over to the coast and have a mini-tour of Loop Head in West Clare. Since our arrival in Ireland on April, I’d travelled the whole length of the Clare coast with the exception of Loop Head. Continue reading