EVENING WALK ON BALLYHEIGUE BEACH

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You may notice that just I love the West of Ireland Sunsets. This is Ballyheigue Beach, my current regular walking spot, on which I have taken hundreds of photos, but each one is different. That is the wonderful thing about this climate; it offers something new every day.

I am still struggling with a frustratingly slow Internet connection speed, so my posts are now infrequent, but I expect things will improve in a few months time.

Thanks a million to you bloggers who have liked my posts and apologies that I have not been able to access many blogs to view and like them. It’s taken at least half an hour to get this far with creating this post. In order to avoid wasting so much time I go and wash up, make a cup of tea or play my flute while waiting for pages to load!

More photos from Ballyheigue on my website http://helene-brennan.com/c110-north-kerry

I would like to take this opportunity to wish a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR to all bloggers and all others who view this. Thanks you for taking the time to view my post. May all good things flow to you this coming year – and always!

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BLASKET EVENING

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The warm colors of evening sun on the ruins of Great Blasket Island. The island’s beautiful beach lies behind.

More paintings of the Blasket Islands on my website:

http://helene-brennan.com/c62-blasket-islands-paintings

Blasket Sunset

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What a great privilege it was to sit and observe the beautiful colors of the late evening as the sun sets over the Islands of Great Blasket and Beginish.

More paintings of the Blasket Islands on my website:

www.helene-brennan.com/c62-blasket-islands-paintings

Photos of the islands can be seen at: www.helene-brennan.com/c53-blasket islands-photogtaphs

Mount Brandon in the late mid-summer’s sun

 

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This photo was taken in the late evening sun on the longest day this year. It was a perfect evening with an almost clear sky.  It was great to enjoy the long hours of daylight to the last minutes of the setting sun. I’m a little late posting this – but better late than never!

PLEASE VISIT MY WEBSITE: 

http://www.helene-brennan.com/mount-brandon-on-a-mid-summers-evening

Tralee Ship Canal

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Tralee Ship Canal – now only used by canoes, and the towpath now a wonderful scenic public walk. Later I hope to write a little more about this canal

STILL REFLECTING

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Blennerville and Windmill, with Sliabh Mish Mountains and Tralee Canal, County Kerry, South West Ireland