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In Focus with Domnick Walsh

In Focus with Domnick Walsh - December

Dec 10, 2021 22:12 By Admin
In Focus with Domnick Walsh - December In Focus with Domnick Walsh - December
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Tralee Lights were switched on For Christmas in Tralee and It Looks Amazing .
The town of Tralee had a lovely weekend in the town as the Christmas lights were turned on over the weekend . 100's of people and family's arrived into the town centre
Photo By : Domnick Walsh © Eye Focus LTD .

11 year old Lauren O'Sullivan from Ardfertt pictured after her swim .

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Kerry swimmers enjoyed the Cold wind and rain at the annual Christmas swim held on Banna Beach in Co Kerry on Christmas Day, over 310 swimmers took part in the swim. The money collected on the Day will go th the Banna Sea Rescue unit..

Pic Domnick Walsh Photography Eye Focus ©
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Photo from the Past

Pic Domnick Walsh Photography Eye Focus ©
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WILL YOU MARRY ME LOVE . Mark Stedman from Dublin asked Maeve Barry from Kilmoyley Co Kerry to marry him on banna beach during the Christmas swim and she said yes . An unique marriage proposal took place on banna beach in front of over 1,000 people . Is this the Most Romantic Way to Propose . Kerry swimmers enjoyed the Cold and lack of wind at the annual Christmas swim held on Banna Beach in Co Kerry on Christmas Day, over 300 swimmers took part in the swim. The money collected on the Day will go to the Banna Sea Rescue unit.. 25/12/14

LISTENERS PHOTOS

Hi Joe and Dominick, Love the Show Here are some pictures 1 Autumn Gold. 2 Mammy Is it safe to come out. Kind regards. Nora Nelligan Castleisland.

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Hi Joe and Dominic, Apologies I forgot to include the blurb with last month’s photos - the castle was Carrigafoyle in Ballylongford and the other two were South Kerry! This month’s pics are all from my own back garden - beautiful fuschia, the rosehip on bare branch against a rare blue sky and my effort at catching a spiders web on the tree!! Luv the program Thanks Kay



Hi Joe & Domnick, Hope ye are well. Autumn is my favourite time of the year. Love the colours and light etc. Please see attached two photos taken recently in Gougane Barra. 1. Mirror image of the autumnal colours on the still lake and 2. A hungry little Robin looking for food. Thanking you, Mairéad O'Keeffe

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Hi Joe and Dominic, my photos for this month are Sun rise behind cobweb. View from from leafy woods out to Tarbert bay. And ghost ship passing by smaller boats in the fog on Tarbert Bay. Thanks



Re: Re;. Duty calls . ????Time is precious . Agnes O’Sullivan

These pictures taken some in Glounlea currow and rest of killarney lakes hotel. Joan Healy

Joe I know my photo quality is not great but I like to send them. My cousin Mary Keating in the Great Southern a couple of years ago. Thanks for mentioning my photo today.I always love your show. I'll send more photos later. Thanks Mary Landers

Christmas Cakes waiting to be given as gifts. Thanks Mary Landers

A sign of Xmas the Robin and below this is Ballyheigue beach on Sunday 14th November real Xmas weather ??James Nelan Causeway Co Kerry

 

Hi Joe and Dominic, Just thought I’d send these photos that I took in Killarney today as they remind me of Christmas- this month’s theme. What a beautiful day it was! Maura Enright

 

Good evening Joe & Dominic. I‚Äôm trying my level best to beat the deadline of Last Wednesday of the month to include my November entry for your great photo slot on Sat Dec4th. My one & only pic was taken with my phone ? on July 18th at midnight as I locked up before bedtime. As I gazed at the image, I thought this could be our crib at Christmas. Humphrey OConnor Kells was ordained to the priesthood on that evening. Now Fr Humphrey OConnor. The Moon over Kells resembled the Star of Bethlehem. ‚≠źÔłŹ?. . ‚ÄúHappy Christmas‚ÄĚ. Agnes O‚ÄôSullivan

Hi Joe and Domnick , Love the show. This is a picture of a traditional Irish farmhouse where many a happy Christmas was celebrated. Thank you, Nora Nelligan.

 

Hi Joe and Dominic, The first is of Jim Regan who has been putting up the Christmas lights in Castleisland for 27 Years and the second is the big wheel in Cork which is there every Christmas. Happy Christmas to you. John Keane, Castleisland

 

Hi Joe and Dominic,
I know that Christmas season has arrived when the Christmas candles go up on the windows and it reminds me of the Christmasses of long ago when there were no fancy lights,only the simple candle on the window which I think is very much more in keeping with the spirit of Christmas than all the glamour and glitz we see today.Also when Christmas arrives we know that the Wrens Day is close at hand and this is also a great traditional day of fun and celebration particularly in rural Kerry and long may it last.Attached photos of Christmas candles and Wren Boys. Regards Michael Kennedy Waterside Inch

Hi Joe and Dominic, Attaching three photos for ‚ÄėMy Xmas‚Äô at this stage. I love to receive a poinsettia - the first this year! The second is a photo of a beautiful Xmas decoration from front window of a friend‚Äôs house. Third photo at the Conor Pass - photo op on my way to Dingle for some pre Xmas shopping! Kay Fitzgerald

The sign of Christmas for me is the arrival of the bucket of 'Dry Cow Therapy Syringes' used for drying up the dairy herd on the farm. It means holidays for my Son Pa Lucid from milking and a break from washing extra farm clothes for me until the cows calf in late January. Taken by Marlyn McCarthy at the farm in Causeway.

 

Good morning Joe and Domnick, I am sending this little robin to wish you early season's greetings from Ballyseedy Woods My second picture was captured as I was driving into Tralee.The rainbow was arching over the houses so I pulled in just in time to capture it.....along with the road markings! Thank you Domnick for your critique...appreciate it and always enjoy the programme. Kind Regards Geraldine mc Garrigle

Taken by Rita McCarthy, Castleisland Up Strickeen Mountain Sunday 3rd December 2021

Hi Joe and Dominic just a little holly tree on a frosty morning . Happy Christmas all looking forward to more programmes in 2022. 

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