Waiting Patiently

As I wait patiently for spring to arrive and the opportunity to get the trees out on display and see some real foliage on the deciduous ones I thought I would post a few pics of a recent trip to Carlingford. For those who don’t know Carlingford is just across the border with the Republic of Ireland and gives its name to Carlingford Lough.

Although there is no snow the skies in the pics are for the most part dark and foreboding.

ship

lough

Castle

Pump

Abbey Door

Abbey

There was a little bit of sunshine but not much. I hope this weather improves soon

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4 Responses to Waiting Patiently

  1. Steve Moore says:

    I’m reminded of C.S. Lewis’s reference, in “Surprised by Joy,” to the “softer” Irish sunlight.

    Good pics, Mike. Thanks for posting.

  2. I too am anxious for spring. Last Wednesday was the first day of spring and then a couple of days later we got several inches of snow. I’m starting to think that we only have three seasons here now.

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