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Ireland

Letting go

Letting go

When you walk trying to fight the rain and wind blowing in your face and then think “oh, f*ck this”, turn around… and see this <3. See also:
Poppies

Poppies

They are amazing. Even the most hostile wastelands do not scare them as a potential habitat – and that colour! No wonder they are often used as a symbol. See also:
Lough Leane

Lough Leane

Lough Leane (“Lake of Learning”), Killarney National Park. View from Ross Castle towards Innisfallen Island, where monks have provided Irish people with education, wrote annals and lived their busy lifes for more than eight centuries since year 640. See also:
Toddling of the penguins

Toddling of the penguins

Dublin Zoo visit. Miserable, rainy day in February, however for most of the time the penguins don’t seem to mind the weather. A few more photos here. See also:
Let me light up the sky

Let me light up the sky

Dublin today: the pantomime of constantly changing, dancing sunrays took a better part of the day; all you had to do to get mesmerised was to look up :) See also:
Fog’n’snow

Fog’n’snow

It’s getting cold… Winter is coming. So… A few shots from winter 2010/2011. End of November, exactly one year ago. The beginning was beautiful: foggy nights and snow slowly falling down… Full gallery here. See also:
(Non)black holes

(Non)black holes

There is a mile long breakwater wall along Clontarf promenade. And every three feet there is a hole in the structure. See also: