Monday was a public holiday for St Patrick’s Day and we had planned a long walk for the afternoon.
It might look sunny, but it was freezing and we had a lovely wind coming straight into our faces for the last mile. I was very happy to get back to the car! Can’t wait for spring!
I’m back to my old routine, so hopefully there will be plenty more shots like this to come!
have a lovely Sunday 🙂
Storm Eleanor swept across the country last night. We didn’t do too badly down here in Cork and we woke up to a lovely sunny day!
Hope you all had a lovely break and Happy New Year.
It’s been cold, frosty and sunny this week and I’M missing my morning sunrises over the port. Here’s one from this time last year.
Every morning I used to walk to work passing the port. I’m not doing this at the moment and I miss it, especially this week when the sunrises and sunsets were fabulous.
Here are some from last winter.
Have a lovely Sunday 🙂
So those five months have flown by! It’s my favourite time of year, the days are getting shorter which means lovely sunsets at a time when I’m out and about. Cork is still clearing away storm damage, but looks good at this time.
Marina and Tivoli docks, St Finbarr’s Cathedral and The Lough.
This week is a little bitter-sweet for me. It’s my last week working in the job I’ve had for 15 years, which means it would be my last week walking into town in the mornings. I love my walk into work. I go past the port and the river and there’s always something going on. Many of my photos here and on Instagram are from those morning walks. So, I decided for this week’s theme of Black and White to do a port shot.
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