Tiptoe through the Bluebells

I love Spring, the awakening of new growth, the longer days, the light making the leaves look luminous.   This year there seems to be an abundance of bluebells. I'm blessed to work quite near the most beautiful forest in Roscommon. It's been such a pleasure to stop there and just wander for a while.... Continue Reading →

Bards in the Woods

Yesterday afternoon I went along to Dooney Rock on the shores of Lough Gill to a meeting of 'Bards in the Woods'. I've been following the Facebook page and the event sounded interesting so I went to find out more. The ethos behind Bards in the Woods is to try to get people out enjoying... Continue Reading →

Hazelwood in the rain

I had about twenty minutes to kill today and even though it was pouring with rain I headed to Hazelwood. I'm delighted I did because the bluebells are finally out. The lake was very misty but had a magical feeling about it. I know the feathers above are from the swans but I always think... Continue Reading →

Hoofing around Hazelwood

It was actually sunny this morning....wonders will never cease so I headed over to Hazelwood for a stroll around. It was very cold though but that didn't put off the swans falling in love. It was really quite sweet the way they were dancing around each other. There were a few other people walking and... Continue Reading →

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