Sometimes a very special event takes place. One that is so much more than you thought it would be. The Benbulben Mountain Hike was one of those experiences. I’m writing this at 3am, as you do, because the enormity of the night is still sinking in.
As I’ve had some quiet time over Christmas I finally got to edit the photos I’d taken back in June. I went on a flight over Sligo as part of my Wild Atlantic Wayfarer project.
It’s a while since I’ve done a catch-up blog post so here goes. I posted a couple of weeks ago about Gilbert (my green Getz) going for his NCT – I was apprehensive – he is 11 years old and not the prettiest car in the world. He’s green and has peeling paint but he’s […]
The Wild Atlantic Wayfarer exhibition was opened last night at the Hawk’s Well Theatre, Sligo and will run until September 27th. I have mixed emotions about it all. Firstly I hardly ever print any of my images so to see 36 of them hanging on the walls of such a well-known building was very exciting. […]
As part of my Wild Atlantic Wayfarer I paid a visit to the Rathcroghan Visitor Centre in County Roscommon. The centre is modern and welcoming with interpretive rooms, a gift shop and what looked like a great cafe. If you visit when Mike is there he will tell you all about the place and it’s […]
Well it’s been an exciting week so far. Not only have I been jumping into the Atlantic again, which is now my favourite hobby – who’d have thought it! My Wild Atlantic Wayfarer project has been featured in the press. Firstly Woman’s Way did a big feature about it and on the same day I […]