Can’t explain how much i love this song & video. “Together” by Ryan O’Shaughnessy. It’s a small lovesong but the lyrics are beautiful & strong. They cut deep and they are more than recognizable. I really feel this one. Brings back memories aswell ❤️/💔. If you ever had the honor of experiencing TRUE love, i’m sure the song will touch you too. Also, I’m totally in love with the dancing, it’s a story on its own. Beautiful. I’ve got thr song and video on repeat for weeks now.👌🏻Thanks so much to @ryan_acoustic, @alanmcgrath and @kevinodwyer for this beauty!👍🏻
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2 205 June, 2018
By Kevin O’Dwyer
The sculpture was influenced by the Nissen huts used in the 1940’s and 50’s to house Bord na Móna workers during the peat harvest at Boora. The stainless steel slots create a visual cut in the landscape when viewing from inside. The big sky in the Boora landscape can be overwhelming and this cut helps the visitor focus on the landscape around the canal. This piece combines the functional i.e. bridge, shelter and bird hide with sculptural industrial aesthetic.
The sculpture uses a recycled Tippler that was used at the Ferbane power plant to unload peat from the incoming carriages. The tippler is wrapped in galvanised steel and incorporates stainless steel slots.