I would hazard a guess that these boats are a semi-permanent feature of the Cobh seafront as they’re berthed there each time I have visited!
I love the cobbles of the slipway, and the way the water catches theevening light.
Looks like I’m not the only photoblogger to visit Lanzarote recently!
In a few days time we’re adopting this little ball of fur and we’re going to name him Oscar!
There’s an adorable King Charles Spaniel asleep in the background, but as you can see, both are unconcerned that a crazy cousin with a camera is making this shot!
Another shot of the lovely little rabbit before I cut the grass. The grass has grown back with a vengance already so it will need cutting again!
We’re Back! Lanzarote was amazing and I have several hundred photos and a few are probably good enough to post!
A gateway on Victoria Road, Cork. A suspicious young man glanced out at me when he heard the shutter of my camera. I suppose I would be too!
Daffodils in Pairc Shalom. Inner City residents on the south side of Cork City have a beautiful park to frequent here.
A tiny sun bleached crab on Inchadoney Beach, Co. Cork.
I was sitting on the ground photographing a group practising Capoeira in the Peace Park when I spotted a fly hovering right in front of me! Needless to say I tried to shoot him and this is the result!
One of the trio of rabbits that live in and around our garden in Blarney.
I may have time to post wedding photos before we go on honeymoon but it’s unlikely. You’ll have to wait! I’m going to ask a few people for permission to post photos of them first so don’t worry about your face appearing on the Internet!
Thank you Donal, Conor, Matt, Charlene, Mike, Celine, John and everyone else who had a camera for taking photos. I look forward to seeing those that I haven’t seen yet!