Tuesday, 5 April 2011

What I See As I Pause.

Summer sallies forth, still away down the road a bit, yes, but in the distance we can see the dust she stirs up with her blowsy skirts and kicking heels. We await impatiently with bated breath.....




11 comments:

Pat said...

Wonderful photos, especially the one with all the kids!

I loved living in Ireland with a young family when I was an exchange student in my third year of university (Trinity College). It was 1968-69. I'm sure things have changed a lot since then!

Susan said...

Hello Ciara...Oh, I can smell the salt air and hear the gulls in that first photo. Susan

swedishouse said...

Hej Ciara!
Beautiful!
Roll-on those lazy-hazy-days of summer...
Oh I can't wait, still have snow here, but rapidly melting now...
LOVE PEACE enJOY always
Julie
x

Joshua said...

So jealous. I always have my camera with me, but almost never am at a point where I can pull it out to take pictures. I'm always driving somewhere or shepherding two children and just can't get the shot.

jennyfreckles said...

Hi Ciara - what gorgeous photos on your blog - and your writing so fluent and poetic. What a joy to visit.

Mimi said...

Oh yes, I can feel it as I look at yoru photos! it's just a hair's breath away, yay!

Martin H. said...

Beautiful, beautiful!

helen said...

Gorgeous photos - wonderful place!

Kerry O'Gorman said...

Oh yes! It's trying very hard here as well....but alas! the sun was out all day today and my cheeks are rosey from a cold, bright day in the garden...lovely image of the kids and the Irish Sea!

Jessie said...

Almost here....:)

acornmoon said...

Some of my most cherished memories involve standing on an Irish beach, listening to the waves, finding shells with my boys. Visiting your blog brings it all back. Now I have a grandchild and the possibilty of returning to those magical places. Enjoy, cherish, you are one lucky lady. x