Ireland

Beer, Green Landscapes, Colorful Storefronts and Hotels

The roof of the Corcomroe Abbey at one time was thatched and therefore now opens up to the sky.

"Dry Stone Walls". No Mortar or glue. Each stone hand selected and perfectly placed.

The Killkenny Castle. Built in 1195.

Long Blue facade on a hotel. Here colorful advertisements are stuck on the glass windows.

The Hotel across the street had great coloring and detailing. Reminded me of my favorite Designer,

Kelly Wearstler

Dublin is filled with detailed and colorful facades. Red, Blue, Orange.

Ice Cream Shop. Next to a shoe store.

House Number Detail

Lots of window details.

Wouldn't be a trip to Dublin without a visit to the Temple Bar and their famous red front.

Breathtaking Cliffs of Moher. A far distance from Dublin, but worth the "Paddy Wagon" Bus Trip.

We were lucky enough to have a nice day, so a few harpists were outside playing.

National Gallery of Ireland. Old and new facades, connected by a dry stone wall.

DRAWINGSOlivia Ley