Beautiful pictures as ever. So lovely as I can just imagine the chill in the air outside, and the cosiness of your home.And that was such a gorgeous poem a couple of posts ago.
I enjoyed catching up on your post, especially your poem about the stars below.What a lovely garment on the child in the picture above!
Lovely winter shots.
Stunning winter shots - love, love pomegranites..!
Oh these are so good Ciara!
Hi, I love popping by to see what you've been up to,I love your photography,very atmospheric and gives me a real sense of Ireland.Best Wishes, Annie x
I love your landscapes. Where is it?
Lovely pictures Ciara. When is the book available on blurb.com?
Ah thank you all for your lovely comments!Esti, that photo was taken on one of my favourite local roads, between our village and the next. I don't know what it is about the landscape on this particular road but it grabs my attention every time. I think it's the trees. And about half a mile behind that row of trees is the sea!Andrew, I have about five Blurb books in the making! Time!Time!Time!
Oh, yeah! Nothing, but nothing, beats the beauty of pomegranates.
Such a storybook window. And that delightful ginger haired child in the colourful sweater! Wonderful as ever! Edward and I hope you are enjoying the festive season as much as we are!
Wow. These are just beautiful. There has not been much loveliness in my neck of the woods, all our snow and lovely cold weather has gone, leaving anly soggy grass and windy rain in its place. Here's hoping for a White Christmas!
Hi Ciara, I haven't looked at your blog in ages, your pictures are so atmospheric, they remind me of my own childhood, even though I didn't grow up in the country. Kerry holidays and being outside all the time! Just to let you know, we'll be doing the market in Dun Laoighre next sunday not Marlay on Saturday, don't worry if you can't make it but you expressed an interest so I thought I'd better let you know!Otherwise have a gorgeous christmas and I look forward to seeing more photos!
What beautifully photos! I never seem to have my camera with me when the light magically , momentarily, transforms the landscape into something quite otherwordly.
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