The day of the big match has arrived. Apparently Ireland and England are playing this evening too!
The Blues victory over the Reds in Tag Rugby at Corinthians R.F.C. , Galway over shadowed Ireland’s victory over England.
Allez Les Bleus!
I think I know why this place closed down. They were attracting the wrong type of clientele with this picture on the front of the building!!
Yet another outlet to close it’s doors to the public.
Taken on Forster St., Galway. This is on the side of a busy street in Galway – I wonder who interrupted the story teller?
This the fifth shot in a series of photos of same burnt out Micra taken at night. This is taken from the back of the car. The light trail to the left was me walking away with the torch. Unfortunately this is completely out of focus – I moved the camera and forgot to focus again.
This the fourth shot in a series of photos of same burnt out Micra taken at night. This time the car is painted using the led wand. The red tint is from the tail lights of the five.
This the third shot in a series of photos of same burnt out Micra taken at night. This image is just painted with a small halogen torch. The inside of the car is lit by an LED wand torch.
This is part of a series of shots of same burnt out Micra taken at night. I lit the inside of the car with an LED wand torch and drew the outline (badly) with a small handheld halogen torch. The red glow is from the tail lights of my five.
I was very disappointed to see this burnt out box-shaped Micra at one of the entrances to Curraghchase – along with a bag of empty cans dumped beside it. In case you are trying to figure out the Derelicte reference – it relates to Zoolander. “Derelicte” was the title of the fashion show that Mugatu asked Zoolander to take part in (to assasinate the Prime Minister of Malaysia). Great movie!
Sí taking it easy between calls while we were out for a walk in Curraghchase.
This lad (Freddie) and another lad (also a Duck, Billy) were quacking away at each other – they could hear each other, but couldn’t see each other. Freddie (pictured) was actually swimming around in circles trying to see his friend. He eventually figured out that his buddy was on the other side of the bridge. It was very funny watching the two of them try to figure out where the other one was. I’m glad to report that the two were reunited after a fifteen minute search.
Yet another shot of one of the Swan’s in Curraghchase. This lad/ladette was just scratching the side of his/her head – but it looked like he/she/it was having a nap while floating along the lake.