Walking Dublin

Today’s walk took me back to Dublin Castle and to the History Festival.  These fushsia, namesake of my neighbor Jonathan’s daughter, were the largest blooms I’d ever seen.IMG_8394.jpegIMG_8392.jpeg

Next I came up to the corner of Kevin & Bride Street, where The Garda Station is an inspirational landmark, and I’ll share the outside of the building with you.   Literature can, obviously, be found everywhere. This is the outside of the Garda Station.IMG_8377.jpeg

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Dublin now is a deep blend of an ancient town with cranes that dot the landscape, bringing in new buildings where wherever there’s a scrap of land to build on.

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May you walk in health and strength,

Elaine

About elainereardon

Poet, writer, gardener, herbalist, pottery, painting—bumping into magic, peeking around new corners.
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1 Response to Walking Dublin

  1. Anna Cullen says:

    So much food for thought .lovely Anna

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