Dingle

Yesterday we drove from Glendalough to Dingle. It took a while to get settled. Our landlord is less than organized, didn’t have our bill sorted out, didn’t have the house ready, didn’t have someone to guide us to the house, and made us wait an hour before we got there. When we did we found acccomodations less than we had hoped for. The house is larger than ours, so the space is great. However, we have found many items not in working order. Ce’st la vie!

Today we started with a long walk to and on the beach. It was grand! The wind was blowing 30 knots from the north, the sun shone on the mountains, and the ocean was emerald blue green. After lunch in a nearby pub we walked the cliffs to the north. That was even more grand. Then we retired to our house for some rest. After a light dinner at home we drove to the pub for some evening refreshment and the free wifi.

Here are a few pics from the day. We have lots of images to paint now.

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About Paul

I'm retired, but working at painting, photography, and song writing. We like to travel and paint plein air in new places. Of course that's also where photography comes into the picture, so to speak. Sometimes I get inspired to write songs about the people and places we visit.
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1 Response to Dingle

  1. audra adelberger says:

    Mountains in Ireland? Who knew! (All your photos are teaching me about a country I don’t know at all except from the air high above. They’re great.)

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