In the car yesterday, on the way to the second year of the wonderful History Festival of Ireland. The Festival itself was super, and I’ll post about that directly in the next few days. But even the trip down, through the landscapes of county Kildare and county Carlow, was a treat too, with mad mix of sun and showers, the ever-changing light, and skies like some cloud-study water colour by John Constable. I thought you might like to see. I even just decided now to temporarily change the Theme I use here on the blog, in the hope of displaying these little snaps to better effect. Oh, if you are still on the home or archive page, don’t forget to click on the title of the post itself, to see it properly & maximise the page & pics. Anyway, I hope you all enjoy. Until next time. -Arran.
Below, arrival. Our destination, the extraordinary Ducketts Grove, home to this year’s History Festival of Ireland. All photographs by Arran Henderson, if you use please provide a credit, & a link / hyperlink back to this site. Thank you.