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PAESE Primers: Primers For Every Skin Type

I’m a huge fan of primers. Having oily/combination makes it tricky for makeup to stay in place all day. But, when I got the chance to try out  248 more words

GREYSTONES, COUNTY WICKLOW, IRELAND - Revisited

About 16 miles south of Dublin along the Wicklow coast is a little town called Greystones. It was named for a stretch of coastline between two beaches where grey stones were found.  89 more words

Photography

Irish Home Rule and the First World War: A Video History by Ronan McGreevy

Irish Home Rule and the First World War

 

This fantastic short video introduction to the topic of Irish Home Rule and the impact which the advent of the First World War had on it, is brought to you by Ronan McGreevy. 22 more words

Britain

Return to Fontstown

Here is a link to an Irish photography blog that I really enjoy:

Return to Fontstown.

Photography

Clonmel Ireland, a town full of historical buildings.

Those arches belong to a magnificent building in Clonmel, which dates back more than 400 years. It’s called the Main Guard and was built by James Butler, the Duke of Ormond, in 1675 and served as a courthouse. 89 more words

Ireland

BANANA BREAD FROM THE BALLYMALOE BREAD BOOK - Reposted

Here is another Ballyamloe recipe (reposted) with a lovely photo taken at Ballymaloe House, looking out over the landscape.  This is another of the five or six most viewed posts of all those I have put up in the last 28 months. 478 more words

IRELAND