Spending a few days in West Cork means making the most out of the beautiful cheeses that are produced here! We called in to meet Quin in Eyeries on the Beara Peninsula on our way back to Kerry. His mother, Veronica was the first artisan farmhouse cheese producer in Ireland back in 1976 and Quin still keeps the tradition alive. We tasted the traditional Milleens, their Camembeara, the smoked dote and their new Milleens Buffalo made with @macroombuffalo milk. Delicious! Thanks again @milleens_cheese #milleenscheese#milleens
Ellas son más fuertes que el viento cuando sopla impío contra el mar. Porque no es viento, ni mar, pero aprendieron a soltar amarras y dejar ir. Y no hay acto de amor propio y ajeno más poderoso que ese. 💟
📍Eyeries, County Cork Situated in west Cork, on the scenic Beara Peninsula, you'll find the most colourful village in Ireland (and quite possibly the most beautiful) . With rows of brightly painted houses and the fantastic scenery of the Slieve Miskish mountains, the village of Eyeries looks suspiciously like it's really just a film set that's simply too quaint to be real. And while it has provided the backdrop for a few films, Eyeries is very much a real Irish village (albeit with the charm turned up to 90) and, together with the nearby village of Allihies, it makes for ...
“Lost in Reflection” 5x7. I sat by this river a long time drawing and simply reflecting on life. The montbretia with its strong orange brought me such joy reflecting in the water. The blue skies and sea breezes brought a freshness that I so needed right now. Hope you enjoy it! . . . . . #ringofbeara#lovesireland
Travelling about this summer, needle felting became my go to. Easy to throw in a bag, quick to make, fabulous way to capture the moment. This Sheela was made camping out at Uishneach during the summer solstice in Ireland and travelled about to the Beara. She's a wee bit fiery, wee bit wild. She looks how I always feel on the beautiful green isle, surrounded by equally fiery, wild souls. Left her with a pal... wonder what she's been up to?