Be warned there are many, many, many pics ahead.
Cheeky deer in my aunties garden.
Beautiful gravestones are a-plenty in Ireland. How beautiful is this?
This pretty bunch of flowers was sitting high in a quirky church window. I'm not a church-goer, but quirky churches are quite nice places to be if you ask me.
Like sleeping elephants.
My auntie and I seem to have a few bits in common.
Few things are nicer and more terrifying than crisp white Irish linens. You can bet that I removed every bit of make-up before bed, no matter how many gins were in my belly! Also, check out that wallpaper! *swoon*
The little faeire pond at my aunties house.
I discovered a new favourite thing while in Ireland. The magic of the sun streaming through the clouds and lighting up mountain sides and peaks.
Painted by my talented uncle in the wee town of Kilgarvan.
I'd secretly like someone to carve a moss heart for me.
(Altough it's probably not at all nice and you probably shouldn't do that at all)
Yep. There are definitely faeries here.
Did I mention the heart thing?
See that glorious bowl of cream and fruit and flowers in the back? I bought that. It went in my belly. No regrets.
Scones and jam and butter and cream forever and ever!!!
Happy St. Patrick's Day my lovely friends xoxo
Beautiful photos seems like you had a very good time is truly a beautiful place!ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing such beauty.....how could you leave. So peaceful.ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing your beautiful pictures.ReplyDelete
Wonderful pics! I made my first trek a few years ago. Can’t waitto go back. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
What beauty Ilove the mushrooms and water photos.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing! Beautiful photos.ReplyDelete
Thank you for beautiful Irish photos. Yes, there must definitely be fairies in Ireland. Your tree pictures are fabulous, and I am sure if I look a bit harder, I will see some fairies there. Also love the floral gravestone.ReplyDelete
I have such wonderful memories of Ireland. Your photos are lovely. If I had an aunt there, I might never come back home!ReplyDelete
WOW!! So beautiful-why would you come home? The green is so gorgeous and the scenery amazing.ReplyDelete