Anne Gallagher in her temporary work space in Connemara, county Galway.
Pic by Mary Gallagher
Ballyconneely, Connemara, county Galway
Dublin tourists Leah Farrell and Devin McCarthy (top) are joined by cattle as they chill out on Mannin Bay Beach.
The current Indian Summer (waycist!) is expected to last into next week.
Milk would be a bad choice.
Up we get, stretch those limbs; the world might be topsy turvey but we get on with the day #irishhare #covidnaturediary #getoutside #natureinspires #connemara @HPT_Official @Irishwildlife @vincentwildlife @NatureRTE @WildlifeMag pic.twitter.com/nUEd8ahuWV
— Ann Higginson (@AnnHigginson64) November 4, 2020
Connemara, County Galway.
What an outrageously wonderful weekend. Thank you so much to all of the 85 PEOPLE 😱 that turned up to our seaside yoga flow on Saturday in Connemara. It was overwhelming to see so many of you there.
Our hearts are BURSTING 💙
Two years down, many many more to go… #YogaMara pic.twitter.com/yHs5WUGOb9
— Yoga Mara (@yogamaraescapes) August 11, 2020
Connemara, County Galway-based Yoga Mara, run by sisters Rachel and Hannah Healy (above), celebrated two years in business with class on a cliff edge in Connemara.
You don’t want to pick up a namaskar.
Kids United – Les lacs du Connemara
This new rendition of Michel Sardou’s “Les Lacs du Connemara” appeared on my YouTube feed today. But was the video really shot in the west?
We may never know.
Thanks Alana Nic An Ridire
Headline h/t: Emmet Riordan
We spotted this down Dingle direction back in April.
Inishbofin, Connemara, Co Galway.
Marie Coyne writes:
Inishbofin is the first Irish island to receive a ecotourism award – – The Ecotourism award, was presented today to a number of people (above) and organisations involved with promoting the island, is recognised by the Global Sustainable Tourism Council…
Fair play in fairness.