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Day 19 NaPoWriMo2017

Today’s challenge is to write about a creation myth. As I live not  a couple country miles from the Shannon Pot, the source of the River Shannon, it felt only natural to take as my source the Source itself. 163 more words

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Couple drown 'after wife jumped into river to try and save husband'

Tributes have been paid to a loving couple who drowned in a tragic boating accident on holiday.

Alexandra Malkin-Dunne, originally from Stoke-On-Trent, was in Ireland with husband Frank when their bodies were discovered in a river. 129 more words

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Geography of Ireland

Ireland’s central lowlands of flat rolling plains are dissected by bogs, loughs (lakes) and rivers, and surrounded by hills and low mountains.

The major mountain ranges include the Blackstairs, Bluestack, Comeragh, Derryveagh, Macgillycuddy’s Reeks, Nephinbeg, Ox, Silvermines, Slieve Mish, Twelve Pins, and Wicklow. 157 more words

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Glass eels arrive into Limerick City, January 2017

All the way from the Sargasso Sea – this year’s glass eels have arrived into the Lower River Shannon in Limerick City! We recorded glass eels in kick samples taken during early January 2017 in the freshwater-tidal stretch of the River Shannon in Limerick City.   740 more words

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Friday Photo

Ice patterns on the River Shannon today….

Friday Photo

Ireland 2012

In 2012, I began a month long trek across Europe–starting in Ireland.

These pictures are of Limerick City, The River Shannon, and Dublin.

These are the best pictures I could salvage from my Kodak Easyshare Touch M577.

Another White Male Perspective

Thursday Doors

As I was walking around Limerick, Ireland, last month, I saw this long building enclosed in a fence with murals painted on it.

There were four doors in the building, but they were painted like murals and windows were added to make it look like four little houses. 102 more words

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