Ireland is full of ruins of ancient buildings and constructions, some of them as old as 3200 years BC. These old ruins of burial sites, abbeys, monasteries, cemeteries and castles contribute to the air of mystery, romanticism and melancholy so typical in Ireland. A feeling intensified in grey and rainy days. […]Read More
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When you travel around Iceland you see many waterfalls… A lot!! Some of them are just trickles of water melting from glaciers in the mountains, others are huge and thunderous and majestic. All of them are beautiful. Trying to choose the most beautiful ones to write about them is very […]Read More
The Forty Foot is a promontory at the southern tip of Dublin Bay, where people have been swimming in the cold waters of the Irish sea for almost 250 years. It’s been a gentlemen swimming club for almost all of its history and, thanks to its isolated and hidden location, it […]Read More
Living in Dublin has some perks. Visits of beautiful tall ships are one of them, specially when these are training ships from all around the world. Last september we enjoyed the visit of one of the two German training ships, the Gorch Fock, who docked at the river Liffey. Definitely, she enhanced the […]Read More
November couldn’t have started better this year. A clear sky and mild temperatures welcomed one of the darkest months in Dublin. It was impossible to resist the temptation of going outside and walk along the Liffey, the river that divides Dublin in two and is home to some of the most […]Read More
Hello world! A bit nervous, here is my first post! I’m Mercedes, Spanish, former lawyer and now amateur selftaught photographer living in Dublin. I’m going to share with you my favourite work from Ireland and from my past and future travels. I hope you like it and join me in […]Read More