Monday, 6 July 2009

A Week Of Pictures.








14 comments:

Circe said...

Ooo... each picture captures a thrill in it's own way!

Looks to have been a good week! :)

(Who says only men can get a thrill from demolition? It so often can lay a foundation for creation! I assume that's what I see in pic 3... EXCITING!!)

gardenmama said...

Beautiful photos!
It looks like you live in a gorgeous place : )

gracia said...

Summer through your eyes looks beyond magical. Beautiful and atmospheric.

thanks for the light, g xo

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

Ah. Do the new bedroom in the colours of that sunset!

Amber said...

Oh and what stunning breath taking pics they are. I love the colours and life that is around you...xxx

lucyslounge-dee said...

hi c, drop up any time i'm now open 1-6 everyday.it would be great to see you. good luck with the new build. d

Paddy said...

Great shots, esp. the lizard on your doorstep. A good omen!

acornmoon said...

I love to see lizards, something so summery about them basking in the warmth.

Ciara said...

Thanks everyone!

Valerie, believe it or not, but that is the first time in my life that I saw a lizard here in Ireland! It's our only reptile, and rare enough to see. What a treat!

What We Eat said...

St Patrick is spinning in his five graves.

Aden Meyler said...

Wow, what room is that hole in your wall, the new kitchen or bedroom?

And what is that lizard-y thing called, do you know? I've never seen one here, but last week we saw a deer behind our house and I found a frog living in a discarded Tayto packet!

Thanks for the Independence Day good wishes. We had a lovely neighborhood barbecue that was fabulous and it was so nice that the weather cooperated for us.

Can't wait for you 2nd big bash!

docwitch said...

wow - so much going on - and lots of movement. That lizard is quite something!

I love the pic with those little guys with their hands on the glass - delicious. The wee darlings.

Ciara said...

Aden, the lizard goes by the exotic name of 'Common Lizard'! (or if you speak Latin, Lacerta vivipara).

And that demolition zone you see used to be the garage and pantry, and will very soon be bedrooms! The lads are flying through the work. Already the floor, ceiling and half the walls are done. They expect to be finished in there at the end of this week! Yippee!

Esti said...

It always looks as there's so much life around you... I love those mountains and clouds shots
:)