Canada

Canada | Victoria Photo Essay

Victoria is a beautiful Canadian city situated on Vancouver Island. As the capital of British Columbia, it boasts marine wildlife, Victorian architecture, First Nations culture, and so much more. Victoria holds a special place in my heart and I think you'll understand why from these pictures. Have you visited Victoria? What did you think of… Continue reading Canada | Victoria Photo Essay

Canada

Canada | Victoria Gallery Walk

While I'm not an expert, I love art in all its forms and mediums. I admire the time and work an artist puts into their pieces, and how open and curious they are of the world around them. I love how it sparks something in me, not necessarily to paint or to draw or to… Continue reading Canada | Victoria Gallery Walk

Ireland, Natural Environment

Ireland | A Day On Clare Island

Clare Island is 6 km off the west coast of Co. Mayo. Once the home of Gráinne Mhaol, the island boasts a rich cultural heritage that the islanders are extremely proud of. Whether you're the adventurous type or want to switch off from it all, Clare Island has something for everyone. My Day On Clare… Continue reading Ireland | A Day On Clare Island

Ireland, Natural Environment

Ireland | Cliffs Of Moher Photo Essay

The Burren and the Cliffs of Moher on the west coast of Ireland are unique landscapes that everyone should experience at least once.  You can drive there yourself or take one of the many bus tours taking a day trip to this wonderful region.  The changeable weather shouldn't stop you, just come prepared.   Have… Continue reading Ireland | Cliffs Of Moher Photo Essay

Built Environment, Ireland, Natural Environment

Ireland | Connemara Photo Essay

The wild and rugged landscape of the region of Connemara in the west of Ireland is like nothing I've seen before. It is where the famous Connemara Marble is mined. The mountains reflect the different shades of green that can be found in the marble. It's truly a sight to behold. It's also where the… Continue reading Ireland | Connemara Photo Essay

History, Ireland

Ireland | A Walking Tour of Galway City

I'm extremely lucky to be living only 40 minutes away from the cute little city of Galway. Yes I just described a city as cute 😜. But not only is this city cute, it's a city rich in history and culture. Having already checked out the foodie side of Galway I thought it was time to experience… Continue reading Ireland | A Walking Tour of Galway City

Ireland

Ireland | Clare Island Photo Essay

Clare Island off the west coast of Ireland is a place of unspoiled beauty. Everywhere you turn is an opportunity to capture the wild and rugged landscape of this island. It's a nature lover's paradise and the perfect place to get away from it all for a day or a weekend. Have you been to… Continue reading Ireland | Clare Island Photo Essay

Archaeology, Ireland

Ireland | Clonmacnoise Photo Essay

Clonmacnoise is an ancient monastic site in Co. Offaly founded by St. Ciarán in 544. Clonmacnoise in Irish is Cluain Mhic Nois meaning "meadow of the sons of Nos". The site includes the ruins of a cathedral, seven churches, two round towers, three high crosses and the largest collection of Early Christian grave slabs in Western Europe. Today… Continue reading Ireland | Clonmacnoise Photo Essay

Built Environment, Ireland

Ireland | Moore Hall Photo Essay

Moore Hall is situated to the south of the village of Carnacon in Co. Mayo, lying on Muckloon Hill over looking Lough Carra.  It was once the home of George Moore and his family. The Moores were a family of sportsmen, patriots, statesmen, writers, and artists. The house was built in 1795 but destroyed by a fire in… Continue reading Ireland | Moore Hall Photo Essay

Ireland

Ireland | Cong Photo Essay. 

Cong is a beautiful village on the border of Co. Mayo and Co. Galway in the west of Ireland. This little picturesque village and surrounding area is steeped in history dating back to 7000 years. But we'll leave the history for another post. I'm extremely lucky to work in Cong. There is more to this… Continue reading Ireland | Cong Photo Essay.