Golden Hinde


Stone walls and the grass is green.

MV Naomh Eanna writes:

This photo is believed to be taken circa mid 50’s and would be two of the Coyne brothers. Dermot & Brendan Coyne. The area Callachnoic is half way between Cashel and Carna just before you come to Glynsk House...

John Hinde Collection

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10 thoughts on “Golden Hinde

  1. Rob_G

    Connemara truly is one of the most beautiful places in the world; if only it weren’t for the truly shocking weather…

    1. Johnny

      Totally agree,if you do get the weather, having spent quite bit time traveling about there is nowhere as stunning and beautiful on a sunny afternoon/evening.
      Haven’t been able fly home with all the restrictions and have say the ‘sheet pics are making me homesick:)

    2. Harry

      Partially agree. The rain can be diabolical but it is the most beautiful place in the world to watch it rain.
      Sheets of it blowing across Killary Harbour and Maam valley, the streams of water glittering down the hillside when the sun peeks out.
      A molten hot toastie and seven pints of Guinness in Keane’s. I’ll buy that place one day and I’ll be happy.

      1. MaryLou's ArmaLite

        Many is the Sunday that was spent in Keane’s pub. I’ve not been in years.

  2. Ringsend Incinerator

    Aren’t those the two who set up Stripe? They’re fairly coyning it now

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