Do you remember my Slowly but surely series? Well, I have such a backlog of photos to share that you might easily say that I’ll take it up.
The town of Ennis, in the West of Ireland, is famous for its atmospheric medieval streets as it grew up around its 13th century friary that unfortunately was closed for restoration when I visited. From O’Connell Square, where my hotel was located, I explored the town in several directions but because the town centre was quite busy with the Saturday afternoon crowds, I tried to stay away from the main streets and walked along the narrow lanes and into the alleyways cutting over to the river.
Doctor Who always cheers me up!
Immediately before my visit (… almost two months ago!) some very severe weather had hit the entire West of Ireland and the river Fergus was rather fleetly-flowing.
It’s been a fortnight since I wrote a post, but I won’t say time flies or it seems just like yesterday bla bla bla because I’ve done so many things during these past few weeks that I’ve been counting the days till my four-day staycation which will start… tomorrow.
Have a great Easter weekend everyone!
Camera: Canon EOS 300
Film: Fujifilm CN 200
Location: Ennis, County Clare