Temple Bar Dublin

Temple Bar Dublin

One of my Night Photography sessions. The photograph was taken in 2010 on Christmas eve. Temple Bar is a colourful quarter of Dublin City which, almost accidentally it could be said, over the years developed a bohemian ‘Left Bank’ character, while retaining in its cobbled streets and old buildings a charm no longer to be found in many other parts …

10 Rules

10 Rules for an Easier Life (by anonymous) ———————————————————— Never judge a day by the weather. The best things in life aren’t things. Tell the truth – there’s less to remember. Speak softly and wear a loud shirt. Goals are deceptive – the un-aimed arrow never misses. —————————————— He who dies with the most toys still dies. Age is relative …

Why is the Hill of Uisneach special?

Why is the Hill of Uisneach special? 1. Uisneach is the exact geographical centre of Ireland. 2. For many centuries, Uisneach was also regarded as the sacred centre of the island. 3. On Uisneach is a stone known as ?Aill na Mireann? or the ?Catstone?. According to tradition, the five provinces of Ireland met there and Ireland was first divided …

Bealtaine

More Photos or use tags on the right. Beltane or Beltaine (play /?b?lte?n/) is the anglicised spelling of Old Irish Bel(l)taine or Beltine (modern Irish Bealtaine [?b?al??t???n??], Scottish Gaelic Bealltainn [?b?al??t???n?]), the Gaelic name for either the month of May or the festival that takes place on first day of May. Bealtaine was historically a Gaelic festival celebrated in Ireland, …