Driving by Rattoo,Ballyduff on the 1st December which is officially the start of winter the sky overhead as evening was coming to a close had unusual colours.In the background is the Round Tower which dates back to the year 1110 along with the walls of an old graveyard.Photo Moss Joe Browne.
Hi Joe and Dominic my photos for winter in kerry are the dying wildflower,the cobweb and morning moon over frozen field all from a frosty morning in kerry. Happy New Year and look forward to more great shows in 2023. Brendan Kissane
Good morning Joe & Dominic. Time or tide waits for no one . Last Friday evening , I stood on Kells beach , reminiscing dreaming of my childhood (The Lynch family) swimming , walking & playing here , waiting for Dad’s boat to row in. My heart missed a beat as the tears flowed freely & realisation felt cruel / very cruel . “Tomorrow we will say farewell to our sister Katherine after mass on Christmas Eve. . Agnes
Hi Joe and Domnick, Love the show. Here are my photos for this week. . 1ST The Icing on their Christmas Cake. 2nd Remembering times past. From Nora Nelligan.
Hi Joe and Dominic, Happy New Year from Kay, Attached three photos:
This first one is the moon peering through the clouds on a December evening
The second is paddling my canoe on the 1st January, Fenit
The third was taken in an Illuminated Windsor Park, London during a visit there in December. It was magical so I could not resist including it!
Good morning Joe & Domnick, Happy New Year. Find attached 2 pictures for this months photo slot (new beginnings). Welcoming a new lamb in April 2017 and fireworks welcoming in the new year 2021 into 2022 in Lanzarote. Regards Deirdre Mangan
Hello Joe and Domnick. Happy New Year to you both. My first photo this month is of a robin, who visited my backyard daily during the snow some years ago. My second photo was taken at Árda Mór near Lispole on the occasion of the Winter Solstice. My third photo shows winter skies around Slea Head. Margaret O'Shea
Hi Joe and Dominic, Wishing you both all the best for 2023.For me winter time in Kerry is when the sun sets over Inch Strand and the celebration of Christmas season.Attached are two photos.One shows the sun setting over Inch Strand on last day of November 2022 and the other shows beautifully lit Christmas wreaths casting a warm glow over the altar area of Inch Church and thereby exuding a lovely atmosphere of peace and tranquility very much in keeping with the holy season of Christmas. Best regards Michael Kennedy