Cliffs of Moher

Ireland’s third most visited place (after the Guinness Storehouse and the zoo), but probably the most iconic, is the Cliffs of Moher.

I’ve never managed to see them in the sun, but we did avoid rain-a massive plus! We saw a couple getting married there this time and all I could think was that she was one brave bride to get married outdoors in the wind and almost rain! Stunning location for a wedding though.

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Next stop, Canada!

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Summer in a Day

When you’re in a country where summer is a “blink and you’ll miss it” season, you have to take every opportunity you get to make the most of it. I had a day off on Monday and luckily the sun stayed for the day. So, in 24 hours I managed a bit of clear sky star gazing and planet spotting, coffee on the patio, a walk by the sea and ice cream! Pretty good all round 🙂

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My view to enjoy ice cream to.

Floating

After a rainy and windy walk to the beach, we had to stop on the way back because the sun came out just in time for sunset. Typical!

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Recently I’ve had some big changes in my life. I left my job and got a new one. Getting used to a completely different schedule and career is a challenge, but hopefully it’ll turn out to be a move for the better. As a result of my crazy schedule photography and blogging has taken a back seat. I will blog as much as I can, but it’s not going to be every second day. Bear with me while I get used to things 🙂

Have a lovely weekend!

Out to Sea

June has started with some nice weather, although you never know when it’s going to change so you need to be prepared when going for a walk! Yesterday, as the sky was blue we decided on a short walk to Blackrock Castle, maybe do a little wedding spying (we were in luck!)

As we were leaving, I wanted to take a shot of the castle with a nice blue sky. I was just about to take it when the shot when the bow of a ship appeared!

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I think this makes a change to my usual shots of Blackrock Castle and adds a bit of colour!