Ireland in 10 pictures

2002-2012
Ten years in Ireland in ten pictures.
(Note: the pictures of the first few years might be less in quality as
I took them with a normal camera instead of a digital one)

The Gap of Dunloe, County Kerry, 2002

Great Sugar Loaf, County Wicklow, 2003

Sliabh League, County Donegal, 2004

The Cliffs of Moher, County Clare, 2005

Poulnabrone portal tomb in The Burren, County Clare, 2006

Giant’s Causeway, County Antrim 2007

Newgrange, County Meath, 2008

Guinness Brewery, Dublin City, 2009

St Patrick’s Day, Dublin City, 2010

Lough Tay, County Wicklow, 2011

The National Library, Dublin City, 2012

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7 Comments

  1. When I think of Ireland, I think of how beautiful it is… I have never been except through photos and movies, and music, especially ballads and – excuse my lack of knowledge – the original Celtic language, Gaelic (which I do not understand but it is beautiful -I am so glad that it is still honored and alive!). I love the ancient pagan culture and icons as well… Glad to have found you through another Irishman’s blog – darraghmoore! Be well, sister…

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    • Billie says:

      Thank you for the kind post Diane! Ireland is indeed beautiful; sadly not the way it used to be anymore because of the Celtic Tiger economic boom, the rise of apartment buildings and housing estates everywhere and the way Dublin turned into just another European country, but it is still Ireland at its core. Friendly. Talkative and always happy. The Gaelic language is dying out, it’s estimated that only about 20000 people still speak it daily in the west of Ireland, especially on the Aran Islands. Despite Gaelic being the official language, it is English that is spoken everywhere, and Gaelic only still is in small communities in the west.

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