Monthly Archives: January 2014

More Than Gold

Rainbow on Tree, Donegal, Ireland © Siobhan McNamara

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Old Ash Tree

Old ash tree near Lough Eske, Donegal Town © Siobhán McNamara

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Low Tide in Donegal

Low tide at Doorin Point, a little-known but very beautiful headland in southwest Donegal © Siobhán McNamara

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For Sligo poet William Butler Yeats who died 75 years ago today

  The Poet Forever regarding the high river wall that runs along Markievicz Road; clothed in verse; cast in bronze; a poet stands. He dreams of rising from his plinth to walk onto the bridge so he can dwell forevermore … Continue reading

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Shooting at the sun

Who says you shouldn’t point the camera towards the sun? Sometimes you just have to capture what you see …. Forest at Lough Eske, Donegal Town ©Siobhán McNamara

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Haiku

In response to Daily Prompt at http://wordpress.com/read/post/id/489937/67460/   Mirror, mirror look at you, aren’t you getting old not like me I see

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My Little Book of Lunchtime Verse

A first draft based on this week’s writing challenge at http://wordpress.com/read/post/id/489937/66914/   I started a new job the week before my mother died. I had an hour long drive each way a full day at work, a young family   who … Continue reading

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