In learning how to label everything - we’ve ultimately mixed up labels and called everything by words that do not belong to them - words that don’t belong to you - what happens when you skin yourself of all the things that have become our skin - do our bones and flesh suddenly unbecome?
The end of a great day in the County Clare countryside... today started with an outstanding sunrise (posted earlier) and closed with this sunset. The thoroughfare below is Kilrush Rd. on the way out of Kildysart.
A truly awe-inspiring morning as the sun rises over the island of Inishcorker near Kildysart, County Clare, and reflects its enchanting colours in the tidal flats of Ireland's Shannon Estuary. Wow! It was worth the frozen fingers to capture this...
”It is that quality of the Irish--that remarkable combination of hope, confidence and imagination--that is needed more than ever today. The problems of the world cannot possibly be solved by skeptics or cynics, whose horizons are limited by the obvious realities. We need men who can dream of things that never were, and ask why not. It matters not how small a nation is that seeks world peace and freedom, for, to paraphrase a citizen of my country, 'the humblest nation of all the world, when clad in the armor of a righteous cause, is stronger than all the hosts of Error.'" - President John F. Kennedy's address to the Irish Parliament June 1963