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Kath O'Meara
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Mom, Lapsed Historian, Guerrilla Gardener, Slave to Feline Overlords, Volunteer writing tutor at Fighting Words, occasionally lucky enough to work for actual money.
Mom, Lapsed Historian, Guerrilla Gardener, Slave to Feline Overlords, Volunteer writing tutor at Fighting Words, occasionally lucky enough to work for actual money.

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Nearly Midsummer 2017
Á chairde! Tá sé lár an tsamhraidh i sa ghairdín agus is iad na bláthanna áille. Here we are again.  Its a beautiful day, the sun is splitting the stones and the garden has vaulted into full bloom.  One of the reasons I love gardening isn't just getting my ...

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in the shadows (colour)

this is the colour version of the image posted for this week's #bwproject2017 (+The B&W Project)theme no shadows without light

taken on a serene night in Niagara-on-the Lake, Ontario.
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After sunset in County Kerry, all those blues were mesmerising.

The days are long, the landscapes are as beautiful as ever and we're making the most of it on photography tours and workshops here in Ireland.

Here's one from the southwest last week when I was in County Kerry.

http://panoramicireland.com/photo-tours-blog/after-sunset-blue-in-irelands-south-west-county-kerry

#ireland #bluehour #photography #landscape #landscapephotography #wildatlanticway

It's a beautiful scene I'm sure you'll agree.
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A plague of greenfly, garlic water and mystery plant: this week in the garden
Clematis, in the back garden, partial shade. Loves to climb. Its heading to be a great summer season but so far 2017 is the worst year for green fly I've ever seen.  Usually they get stuck onto the tulips but don't seem to harm them and that's that.  But th...

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Waterspouts on the Mediterranean off the coast of Turkey.
BY: Mehmet Gökyigit
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From the Antrim Coast

This is my part of Ireland, the Dark Hedges on a quiet morning last week. I was quite surprised that this famous avenue of beech trees was empty of people when I visited, unfortunately the lighting wasn't great but we prioritised the Giant's Causeway for the morning's photography workshop and you saw how vivid the colours were there for sunrise so it made sense.

http://panoramicireland.com/blog-ireland-guide/game-of-thrones-tour-of-antrim

This is a beautiful part of the world, especially so on the rare quiet moment like this.

#darkhedges #gameofthrones #got #antrimcoast #northernireland #landscape #landscapephotography

Take care, and I hope you get to walk along an empty, characterful road like this soon.
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More spring colour from Ireland in one of Dublin's fine parks.

Not a bad place for a picnic, don't you think?

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