— Paul O’Malley (@paul_o_malley) September 16, 2020
Mullaghmore, County Sligo.
Unidentified beach, County Mayo.
Via Kev L Smith
From top: cows; today’s Irish Times front page lead story
The IPCC concluded that eating less meat, especially in developed countries, and reducing food waste was an effective method to help reduce global warming. It predicts this action would save millions of square kilometres of land being degraded by farming.
The findings led to calls on the Government from climate campaigners and the Green Party to draw up a national land-use plan to help redirect agriculture and to set out how afforestation could help reduce carbon emissions..
— Carlow Weather (@CarlowWeather) August 9, 2019
It’s a start.
Mount Usher Garden, Avoca Cafe, Ashford, County Wicklow.
Models Corina Coughlan (top left) and Aine Dwan (above) launch the bovine-heavy ‘Eoin O’Connor at Tipperary Crystal Collection’.
Eoin is known for his brightly-painted cows. which will now feature on cups, place mats and whatnot from Tipperary Crystal, who say:
From concept to reality, the collection was over a year in development and required extensive input and collaboration between Eoin and our internal design team.’
Dresses by Synan O’Mahony.
Leon Farrell /Photocall Ireland
Leo Varadkar jeered by protesting farmers as he arrives for this morning’s cabinet meeting.
“Where’s the beef ya vegan ya” was my personal favourite shout pic.twitter.com/8qjjsCwKwQ
— Seán Defoe (@SeanDefoe) May 1, 2019
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar arrives at #Cork City Hall for this morning’s Cabinet meeting to shouts from farmers of:
“Where’s the beef, ya vegan.”
He is confronted here by IFA President Joe Healy pic.twitter.com/GAG0F739fQ
— Eoin English (@EoinBearla) May 1, 2019
Livestock shenanigans at a cabinet meeting being held in Corcaigh – a temporary re-location that must have seemed like a good idea at some point.
That’ll learn them.
Inside Cork City Hall…
On tour! pic.twitter.com/HcUumJqPdV
— Meister 1 (@blueelmacho) May 1, 2019
Rugbaí Bó [Rugby Cows].
The new Monkey Tennis?
Caroline Ní Dhubhchoi, of TG4’s BLOC, writes:
A short animated skit that may enlighten all those rugby fans who have been disappointed with the cancellation of this weekend’s PRO 14 Rugby….
Charmaine Kenny at the Irish Workshop [online home of Irish crafts and whatnot], writes:
It’s udderly ridiculous how crazy we are about cows here at The Irish Workshop; it’s just that cows are very amoosing and we’re particularly fond of Brigid Shelly’s ‘cowshions’.
Many of the designs are inspired by her bovine neighbours where she lives in Waterford.
Take for example Pandora (above in pink) – she is born and reared in Ardmore on Joe Murphy’s farm down the road from Brigid. She isn’t your typical country cow. A self-proclaimed fashionista, she enjoys the finer things in life and has a weakness for single malt whiskey….
Irish made stuff to email@example.com marked ‘Irish Made Stuff’