Divine apparition in Glasthule

Divine apparition in Glasthule

And there was light.
Or rather lights. Two of them.

What one can find in Buckley’s on auction day is nothing short of miraculous.

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Let there be light

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The result of many years of testing in the wind tunnel.
Honda C75

Designed for speed, hang on to your helmet Amigo!

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A timeless classic

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the passive aggressive stance

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The passive-aggressive stance

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edf

John knew that he had to keep the lawn in front of the library hydrated.

By all possible means.

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The Great Drought of 2017

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Dun Laoghaire sea front

Dun Laoghaire train station basking in the sun

Ice-cream-licking BMW driver

Sun worshipper in Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin

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Sunny in Dun Laoghaire, I know, it’s weird, isn’t it?

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cherry blossoms dun laoghaire
And surprisingly enough, the petals, still they staid.
For several days, would you believe. And the little green near us looked like it had received a liberal dusting of pink Parmesan cheese.
And unfortunately it meant that for three nights in a row we were right beneath the flight path of the sun seekers coming back from Tenerife at 1.20 am (talk about a shock to the system, coming out of DUB terminal 1 at 2 am in your shorts and flip-flops and sniffing the cold drizzle while wondering how much of a mouthy fascist the taxi driver is going to be…)

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Stay still for a second, petal

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46a

The 46a – or absence thereof – Kill Avenue – 25 April 2017

A tale of waiting, and waiting some more, and bitter disillusionment.
And frostbite.

Courtesy of Dublin Bus.

Spoiler:
She got her bus in the end. Three of them in a convoy actually, bumper to bumper. Once the guys had finished their game of cards at the terminus.

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Little Red Not-Riding Hood and the 46a

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