If you don’t like the weather, wait a minute and it will be different. I’ve never been a place where that is so true. It’s so changeable that it’s difficult to get a good exposure on photos. You set the camera and by the time you press the button the light has changed.
Well, okay. That may be a slight exaggeration (we are in Ireland after all where exaggeration is a way of life . . . laughing) but truly I’ve not had so many over or under exposed photos in a long time.
Meantime, we are settled in to our cottage and are enjoying Dingle, despite the fickle weather gods.
Below are photos of our cottage, a few local sights, us, a painting of Ireland before we left and my most recent art done while here in Ireland.
Gallarus on the Dingle Peninsula where we are staying is a treasure trove of Antiquities . . . everything from ring forts to castles to sacred sites. Many of these are within walking distance of our cottage. Add to this the harbour and cliffs and the blue green water and you will understand why it is such a wonderful place to be.
A bit of heaven as my father used to call it, and he wasn’t even Irish . . . smiling.