me, mine, and other bits
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Beautiful pictures, though not dull at all 🙂 Glad to see you must still have access to your caravan…
It’s at the top of a hill, so we should be able to get in ok- I just hope it’s sturdy enough to withstand the recent weather!
Great photos. Pic #2 would make for the basis of great textural textile Art.
You have great ideas 🙂
Totally agree with grannymar. wonderful pics¬
Hopefully, you’ll get to see the spot before long
Viewing from here these photographs (keepsakes) of yours, give testament to why so many Irish Ancestors of our Maritime Provinces (can’t exclude the Scottish) viewed Newfoundland, Cape Breton slash Nova Scotia as their new home. The landscapes are striking similar. You have to give them credit for toughing it out as they did. The new land must have seemed a blank canvass -strikingly mirroring the homeland but void of stone wall, castles, churches and England. To this day, you can still see them in the mind, language, faces and eyes.
Sorry, I look at photographs and drift somewhere else. You cannot beat a day, an hour, a minute on a coastal beach. Mind and thoughts seem to drift and race. You must have enjoy the outing(s) or you would not have photographed the event.
Yes, Hudson, I did. We’re lucky that this beach is close to where we stay in Donegal, and it’s well worth exploring in all weathers.
The ancestors- it’s incredible what they all went through.
Great photos. I agree with Grannymar about the last one. Especially love it.
ah, thank you. Now I need to try for one with the 3 of them in it 🙂
I could do with a dull day like these photos – lovely
Enjoy the sun and the heat while you can- it’ll be too wet when you get back!
Those things drip of peace and adventure, Fiona. Not dull at all. Gorgeous photos.
It looks like a wonderful place to explore and find a little peace. Very beautiful! Debra
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