Clinging Flowers

Flowers cling to the rocks in Church Bay, Co. Cork.

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6 Comments

  1. Gareth Marlow Reply

    THat’s a really nice shot. Good sense of depth in there, which is often hard.

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  2. micki Reply

    Those are pretty, they look great against the rocks.

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  3. Jason Dunsmore Reply
  4. Tu_chang3 Reply

    I like flowers in the rock. Nice shot!

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  5. barra ó caoimh Reply

    grianghraf álainn, a beautiful photo which calls to mind the beautiful poem in the Irish language entitled ‘Na Blátha Craige’ by Liam Ó Flaitheartaigh (famous short story writer in English language) .
    The poet addresses the flowers at the base of the cliff, saying what a poor situation they have, a place covered in bird droppings, sea mist and unlit by sun. The flowers respond

    ‘is cuma linn , a stór
    táimid faoi dhraíocht
    ag ceol na farraige’

    We do not mind at all
    we are in the spell
    of the music of the sea.

  6. Harry Reply

    very nice pics!

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