We stopped by Inch, a tiny town on the Dingle peninsula in South West Ireland, on a total whim.
I’m so, so glad that we did. This was one of my favorite stops. And resulted in some of my favorite photos.
We took a few photos of each other too, so this post includes a rare photo of me…
Sandcastles are a wonderful thing.
And yep. I’m still posting photos, rather than doing my paper or studying for my final. I have ALL the way until Wednesday, right?
what is the best thing to do when you’re feeling incredibly stressed out and frustrated?
go through old photos and edit/post them of course!
even if it means stopping your studying for a bit. seriously. ten minutes can’t hurt.
i’m incredibly distracted by a class that is killing me in so many ways. which is already making the studying (for another class) difficult. so i might as well try to calm down by doing something i love.
i took two pictures of the dunes that I really love, but this one called out to me more. so i went with it. hopefully you all feel the same way.
thank goodness for spring break.
it’s been ages since i really had the time to go take photos, and it’s been killing me!
luckily, a trip home gave me the chance to photograph a day with 6 inches of snow, a cloudy night sky, and a trip to the beach and a very cool old forest… among other things.
i am SO happy. and my blog will be full for the next few days! get ready…
a few are up on flickr, if you’re looking for a preview!