American Refugee: 5 Reasons to Visit Inishturk, Ireland

American Refugee: 5 Reasons to Visit Inishturk, Ireland

Last summer I read an article about a tiny Irish island that would welcome American refugees if Donald Trump is elected President of the United States. It was a joke, of course, probably meant to drum up some tourism. During every election season stretching as far back as I can remember, Americans threaten to leave the [...]

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The Beaches of Inishbofin

The Beaches of Inishbofin

Inishbofin is a small island off the coast of County Galway, Ireland. With a population of 170 and accessible only by ferry, it's a quiet retreat away from the mainland. My favorite part about visiting was renting a bicycle and exploring the beaches...and having them all to myself!   

In Desperate Need of a Do Over

Do you ever look back at your old photos just to appreciate how far you've come as a photographer? Do any of those old images shock and horrify you? In the Site Stats section of WordPress, I like to browse through the "Clicks" to see what pictures people well, clicked on... I'm always curious about what [...]

The Wrong Side of Everything

Day one on the wrong side of everything?  Success.  No humans or animals were harmed, despite the best efforts of the sheep that ran in front of us, and  I attribute this to Paul, a brilliant driving instructor and navigator.  Unfortunately, we had to part ways this evening, and I drove to Kilkenney alone.  This was terrifying, [...]