WELCOME!!Thanks for stopping by... I hope you find something to enjoy. I do occasionally rant and whinge but mostly have fun doing my posts... please have a look and do feel free to comment and maybe even return for more on another day!
- 117,804 hits
Old Stuff… almost like me
Have a Look-see!!
North Kildare Cricket – reminders of a summer??
Biltong, Braai & Boerewors!
Life in South Africa?
Community – Special Folk!!
Happiness IS!! 5 Yellow Balls… My 5 day forcast…
Tags… scatter and splash…Architecture art beauty birds blog buddies blogging boats buildings camera canals challenge city life clouds Co Kildare colour commute creative writing DPchallenge dreams Dublin flowers friendship fun future GLW Grand Canal gratitude history hope humour ideas inspiration Ireland Irish countryside JOY Kilcock life life... haha... Liffey light macro mode my blog night photography opinion past people watching photography photos positive postaday questions quirky rain Royal Canal sea South Africa summer sunset sunshine thanks time trains travel trees urban photography walk weather Weekly Photo Challenge: wildlife photograph winter WordPress words work writer writing
All Great Reading or Viewing!
You Can’t Hide…
Recent Bits, My View… Not Always Perfect!
Confused? Take Your Pick!
- AJ's Novel
- Castles, Crosses & Churches
- Crosses & Churches
- Daily Photo's and Chit-chat
- Dublin & Leinster Architecture & Other Interesting Sights
- Factual Opinion
- Family & Life
- Fun and Food
- God's Straight Lines
- Grand Canal
- Local Curiosity
- Local Curiosity, Local Places
- Local Places
- Royal Canal
- The Birds and the Bees
- Train Tales
Tag Archives: statue
The sky seems to glow ever so slightly behind the dome of the Custom House along the Quays in Dublin. However, it looks like a few bits are spoiling the symmetry… a few walkers-by… the scaffolding sticking out a little … Continue reading
We’ve all used the expression… “art imitating life” or should that be “life imitating art?” Now I’m confused but that matters little. On the corner of Earlsfort Terrace and Hatch Street stands Rowan Gillespie’s Kiss, a piece I have featured … Continue reading
Where does one begin? To capture the essence of the human soul must be every artist or photographer’s dream. That precise moment when the twinkle in the eye is at its loveliest… or liveliest? Thirdeyemom sets this week’s tone… humanity. … Continue reading
This week Ben asks us to show something that means zigzag to us. He mentions the herringbone pattern or a scar… he shows an impressive zigzag flight of stairs in Braga, Portugal but he challenges us to show our own … Continue reading
Conversely put, …can leaders stoop to micro managing? Somehow, I think the answer to both questions is an emphatic NO! I’m perturbed by the concept that so-called team leaders are lumbered with the title when they are in effect team … Continue reading
Dublin’s St Stephen’s Green offers much to the visitor. The park isn’t excessively large yet it is well populated with works of art. This lad caught my eye… I’m thinking he must have been known for mischief so let’s see … Continue reading
I was surprised to find out that Dublin’s Custom House was completed as long ago as 1791. I’ve always attempted to get good pics of the building as it stands out as quite a statement along the Liffey. I’ve previously … Continue reading
Molly Malone, or more precisely the statue of the fictional character, was last seen at the lower end of Grafton Street. Rumour has it that she’s continued plying her trade… pushing her cart along. The good lady seems to have … Continue reading
This week Ash challenges us to get creative with perspective. What’s the old story about a photo never lying? Well, with all the software around these days it’s easy to manipulate any photo into doing just that… lie. However, as … Continue reading