This photograph was taken at Culdaff beach on the Inishowen Peninsula, Co. Donegal. Very early in the morning beaches always have a special flair. Overnight the tide washed away all traces of the previous day and the sand looks as if nobody had ever stepped on it before.
We just couldn't resist....😋
The first pint of the black stuff in the new Engine House, Bonmahon!🙌
Looking forward to welcoming you all this Thursday 6th for our opening party🍻🥂🍷🥃🍸🍹🍾
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Just a memory of a sunny Irish day in June. 👌🏼 #Coleraine
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A #throwback to the height of summer at @ironmanireland in Cork!!!!
The toughest bike I have done so far in any race! SO MUCH RAIN!!!
A canoe would have just as effective as a bike that day!
Very proud that I stuck it out on the bike that day because I really wanted to quit!
I think what kept me going was to concentrate on what was happening at the moment!
I allowed my mind to think of all the reasons to stop but then keep the pedals turning, keep drinking and keep eating!
Sometimes you have to just keep moving forward even when there are multiple reasons to stop!
Have a fantastic Friday!
🤩🙌OPENING THURSDAY 5TH OF DECEMBER🍻
✅We're on the final fit-out now of the ground floor and first floor bars. Light fittings, bar taps, furniture, stock and TV's currently getting fitted.
Plenty more pictures tomorrow, which will show how much is been done in a short period of time.👷👷♂️🚧🏗️
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• Because my #tb is whichever day I want • .
♾ Giant’s causeway é uma formação de mais ou menos 40 mil colunas assimétricas e todas se encaixam!! Essas colunas de pedras se formaram há 60 milhões de anos por causa de uma erupção vulcânica. Quando a lava passava pelas fendas de calcário no chão, entravam em contato com o ar frio e viravam essas pedras!! O magma retrocedia e ia esfriando por dentro e assim as fendas desciam uma a uma, e formaram as colunas! Também tem a lenda... mas dai são outros 500.. .
. #ireland 🍀 #irlanda#europa#europe#giantscauseway#scenicview#trip#summerinireland
These bright and beautiful flowers adorn a home in the County Clare village of Kildysart. Our annual 2020 This is Kildysart wall calendar by @jamesatruett is out now. For details, click on the link in our bio.
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We're finishing off the bank holiday with some big news confirming that we are opening in the month of November.
As a result, we have a number of full-time and part-time positions available for the bar & café. If you have already emailed us your CV, please simply send us a message or email us stating your availability. If you have not yet applied and you would wish to do so, please feel free to email us your CV at:
I've been busy finishing up my annual charity calendar in support of Kildysart Tidy Towns and ran across this spritely Summer image of bright and beautiful flowers adorning a home in the County Clare village. The 2020 Kildysart calendar will be ready very soon!
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Horn’s Head, Donegal, Ireland 2017
To answer everyone's question of when the roof is going on, here it is!!!
Ground floor structure completed✅
First floor build up completed✅
Roof under construction✅
Café build completed✅
Snug room fit-out completed✅
Interior partitions fitted✅
Once our roof is fully completed, Lyons Group will begin the interior fit-out of the bar, function room and café.
PROGRESS PROGRESS PROGRESS✅🙌
Our new concrete ground floor was poured last week to form the location for our new bar. 🍻 Lyons Group also began the first floor infill which will be our upstairs function room! 🎊🎉🍾🥂🥳💃🕺🎁🎈 On the ground floor inside you will see our light gauge steel framing (LGSF) around the inside of the exterior wall, this allows us to insulate the old original building walls without interfering with them.
Once the first floor is completed, our roof trusses will be lifted into place and the roof build up will begin. Due to the extent of the fire damage the build is being renovated ''from the inside out'' which is why the roof will be the final structural element to be constructed.
Every now and then I stop at Cloonee Lough (Upper) and have photographed the lake in all weathers. But when I arrived here last week during a workshop with my photo group, the idyllic lake presented itself as never before. The scenery was literally magical and the reflection of the trees in the water was almost unreal. The spectacle lasted about 20 minutes, then the wind rose and the waters started to curl. We were at the right place at the right time.
We're looking for your help to track down old and interesting photo's of Bonmahon and local area as decor for the walls our snug room.
Maybe you have some stashed away or you know someone with a little bit of history which would make for a great wall piece.
Please feel free to send us a message on Facebook, Instagram or you can email us at:📧
firstname.lastname@example.org *Any photo's we use will of course be copied so you can still hold onto your original!📸 THANK YOU!!!
A plenitude de quem caminha em dias de verão pelo campus do Trinity. 🙅🏻♀️🙋🏻♀️
Se você conhece Dublin, sabe que a Universidade Trinity ocupa um grande espaço em pleno centro da cidade.
A visita ao campus é aberta ao público, gratuita e altamente recomendada!
Caminhar ali dentro é como fazer uma viagem no tempo, pois o local tem o maior complexo de edifícios do século XVIII da Irlanda.
Dentro do campus, outra visita recomendada é a Biblioteca do Trinity (neste caso, a visita é paga). Lá, você vai ver o precioso Livro de Kells, manuscrito produzido no século VIII por monges irlandeses. Além de visitar o ‘Long Room’, que é a biblioteca antiga da universidade, toda em carvalho, lindíssima.