Ireland: A Photo Journal
When Irish eyes are smiling, and excuse my melding of lyrics, the whole world smiles along.
From a way of life where history, culture and family storytelling is passed down the generations through song and artisan crafts, to the best brews – Guinness, Smithwicks, Kilkenny, the list goes on – and genuinely friendly people, a trip to the Emerald Isle really is like finding a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Lucky, yes; memorable, absolutely.
Herewith, a visual delight of Counties Kilkenny and Wexford. www.ireland.com
The Dunbrody, a reproduction of a famine ship that brought Irish immigrants to Quebec, in New Ross, County Wexford
Traditional Bodrhan drums wait to be played, at The Sky and The Ground pub in County Wexford’s Wexford Town