are ye irish enough to be trying a pickle back today?

1 shot irish whiskey . 1 shot pickle brine . shoot

oh, for guinness sake!


LOVELY DUBLIN - a sheperd and sheep, 1964 slate


may you have warm words on a cold evening,
a full moon on a dark night,
and a smooth road all the way to your door.


on this st. patrick's day, i celebrate the love of ireland ...





Jamie said...

I'm afraid I'm not irish enough to give that a try - but what gorgeous photos.

deb colarossi said...

I'm from Irish/Scottish folk...
The red hair is a giveaway.

I love how you posted re this holiday. Very unique.
Blessings to you to . Today and always.

deb colarossi said...

oh, and I don't know if I was signed it above

Catherine said...

Hope you had a wonderful day friend!

Love the pickles photo!

It felt like spring yesterday for about six minutes.... then it snowed... then it rained... then it froze... then it snowed some more... hope it's nicer in your part of the country!! :)

xo Catherine

Cinner said...

Love your love for Ireland, a beautiful post.

Lesley said...

The pickles look great, and being Scottish, I'd have the whisky but I don't think I'm Irish enough for the mixture!

Anna said...

You images always captivate me! You've made the humble pickle look amazing. Plus, I'm craving green!!!!

Joyce said...

I hope you had a great St. Patty's Day! We always enjoy our day- with the name Gallagher how could we not? Funny thing is when we went to Ireland to visit G's family they don't celebrate it like we do, but every year his Great Aunt sends us irish clovers and St. Patty badges/pins. xo

beth said...

i want to be able to take a photo just like this one someday.....gosh i love it so much. oh and it would help, if i could it take in ireland :)

Duane Scott said...

I can't tell where one post ends and another begins, but this comment is suppose to go on the "moon" post.

I loved it.

Your photo was amazing.