A traditional Irish cottage with its signature thatched roof. Today all thatched roofs must also have a fire resistant layer underneath the thatch.
A Sweet Treat
Bakery window display on the streets of Dublin, Ireland.
A glass cutter working on a bowl in the Waterford Crystal factory, Waterford, Ireland.
Lismore Cast.e Gardens
Built in 118 5 by Prince John of England. This castle was once owned by Sir Walter Raleigh in the 16oo's .
St. Coleman Steeple
Steeple of St. Coleman's Cathedral in Cobh, Ireland. Cobh is the last docking place of the ill fated Titanic.
Original star-shaped fort built by the British and occupied by the British until Irish independence in 1922. Kinsale, Ireland.
Peaceful Resting Place
A view of the inlet to Kinsale harbor near Charles Fort. Kinsale, Ireland.
A view from the Ring of Kerry on a grey, rainy, and windy day.
Traditional Irish Music
Old thatched roof cottage. Dingle Penninsula, Dingle, Ireland.
The National Museum located in Trinity University, Dublin, Ireland.
A sample of the intricate cutting and etching of a glass bowl by the craftsman at the Waterford factory in Waterford, Ireland.
Linsmore Cast.e, in Linsmore Ireland. Built in 1185.
The Grey Hound
Kinsale, Ireland Pub.
Rest In Peace
Musicians always have to have their Guinness.
The rocky coast of the Dingle Penninsula, Dingle, Ireland.
Books of Knowledge
Sampling the brew at Guinness, Dublin, Ireland.
The beautiful coast of Tramore, Ireland.
A view of Main St. in Dingle Town, Ireland.
A view of the Blasket Islands from the shore along the Dingle Peninsula.
" To the dear old Temple Bar we know so well!" This is not the Temple Bar that is mentioned in the song by the Whiffenpoofs but should be.
Delicat flowers grow on the side of the hills near Tramore, Ireland.
The Bulman Pub
Small Bridge Bar
View of Small Bridge Bar at night. Dingle, Ireland.
Bronze statue of Molly Malone in Dublin, Ireland.
Too Many Choices
A whisky shop in Dublin.
The outcropping view of Charles Fort in Kinsale, Ireland.
View of Kinsale, Ireland harbor from Charles Fort.
Small Bridge Bar, Dingle, Ireland.
Countryside view on the Dingle Penninsula.