Colm Walsh writes:
I’m sure you agree that the rock thrown through my windshield at Tibradden last week, between 3.30&5.50pm (lost one pair of old jeans), while hiking, created a map of Australia in its place…
Burrow beach, Sutton, County Dublin.
I’m not one for pictures of food, but I mean come on… Éireschnitzel at a Berlin restaurant…
A new low.
A piece of schiße on a water meter that looks like our fair old isle. Spotted in Rathmines [Dublin 6] to restore some pride…
Human or canine?
We can but guess.
The Broadsheet Book of Unspecified Things That Look Like Ireland, edited by Aidan Coughlan (New Island). A
vast small number of copies still available.
Is this the happiest looking house on the market?
My fine cut of Irish Beef gently reminded me of the land it once roamed and grew fat on.
The Broadsheet Book Of Unspecified Things That Look Like Ireland (edited by Aidan Coughlan, New Island €5).
Loads Some still in stock.
Spotted while rambling along the West Cork coast yesterday afternoon. Remind you of anything?
Jack Cork addz:
Drain could be Lough Neagh?!
Ah come on, now.