Thursday, April 16, 2009

A lazy day for me

We arrived home last night and after picking up Chesty this morning, I've had a quiet day. I took hundreds of photos but for now I'll just share a few.



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26 comments:

Mary said...

It looks like you had beautiful weather while you were there. It is so "Green".. That must be why green is the IRISH color... Glad you're back safe.

gquilts said...

Mary

welcome back!! the pictures are just gorgeous!!!

hugs

grace

Nancy said...

Oooh, I long for green. It is snowing here again today.

Your photos are beautiful.

Stephanie D. said...

Love the "appetizer photos"--can't wait to see more, but you should get over the time changes first!

Carlotta said...

Oh wow, is it over already?? The pictures are so magnificent!! I could just imagine what it must be like to live in such a place seeing such beautiful scenery and buildings. The grass is the greenest I've ever seen, I know the pics don't do them justice. Thanks so much for sharing.
~Tootles for now!

Laurie said...

GORGEOUS...looks like a fun time! Welcome home!
laurie

Nanci said...

Photos are great. I want to go to high tea!

Becky said...

So glad to see that you are back. Your photos are fabulous. I so want to go to Ireland. Waiting to hear about your trip. Glad that Chesty is home, too!

Vicki W said...

Welcome home! I was just thinking of you today and wondering when ou would be back. Your photos make me want to go back. I loved the photos from County Claire - that's where my realtives live. Did you get to see the Book of Kells? That's what I remember the most.

Joanne said...

How very beautiful.
Welcome back.

Treasa said...

Beautiful photos.Even your photo in the cathedral turned out great!!

cathicrafts said...

I see you passed within 30 minutes of my house. I thought you would be mainly in Dublin, sorry we didn't get a chance to meet up for lunch or something...oh well!

vonnie said...

Thank you for the wonderful pictures....green and lush and very "Spring-time in Ireland!" Glad to have you back, safe and sound..you picked the perfect time of year to visit, it seems! Okay...one question: did you visit any quilt shops!!

meggie said...

WOW! I would love to see all that in reality!

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Awesome photos - the one's of St. Patrick's Cathedral especially.

heather fish said...

Looks like an amazing trip of a lifetime!

mau said...

I was dying looking at those pictures, just amazing and those cliffs of mother just breath taking in picuters I can't imagine being there. Color are just brillent. The grass looked like they mowed it...LOL. Welcome back we have missed you.

Denise (Nour) said...

Your pictures are great! Do you have a special camera?

YankeeQuilter said...

Your photos are great! (and some blue skies...weren't you lucky!) My Mom is from Galway so it has a special place in my heart!

jan said...

Hi Mary,
Welcome back. So glad all is well with you by the way.
Great pictures.
lol Jan

Librarynan said...

Thank you, Mary... I loved going with you! Well, in my mind anyway!

Lindsey said...

You made me feel like I was there...very nice photos...Was Chesty glad to see you? I'll bet....is it nice to be home or do you wish for another one of those fabulous teas at the Shelbourne!

Tanya said...

What a lovely GREEN country! Your photography is beautiful!!! And so are you!

Anonymous said...

Hi! My name is Robin and I live in CA, USA, but I know, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that I'm british at heart. Looking at your photos was like a vacation to me-- feeds my soul and makes me feel like "home" if that makes sense... thank you for sharing! Lord knows when I'll get back to GB, but in the meantime, THANK YOU!

Irene said...

Wonderful pictures - the scenery is lovely. Hope your trip was everything you hoped for.

Andrew said...

Nice photo...wonderful thoughts....


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