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Ireland School of Falconry – Two Weeks in Ireland

Ireland School of Falconry – Two Weeks in Ireland

| January 25, 2013 | 3 Comments

During our two week adventure in beautiful Ireland, we had an incredible experience at the Ireland School of Falconry. The school, which is the oldest established falconry school in Ireland, offers unique opportunities to fly a hawk around the gorgeous grounds of Ashford Castle – with a […]

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Bird Photography: Red-Tailed Hawk with Prey

Bird Photography: Red-Tailed Hawk with Prey

| January 20, 2013

The dramatic side of bird photography Although I don’t consider this the best technical bird photograph in my portfolio, I certainly think it is my most dramatic to-date. While looking for northern flicker woodpeckers on my property last week, I noticed this red-tailed hawk perched on top of one of our tallest pine trees. Filled […]

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Happy Holidays from Colorado

Happy Holidays from Colorado

| December 29, 2012

I hope everyone is having a great holiday. I have been a little slow hitting the publish button lately as I have been spending some time with family and friends enjoying the holiday season. We received a dusting of snow on Christmas morning, which was a real treat. Nothing quite like a Colorado Christmas with […]

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The Galway Latin Quarter – Two Weeks in Ireland

The Galway Latin Quarter – Two Weeks in Ireland

| December 17, 2012

About Galway Ireland After our stop at the Cliffs of Moher we continued up the west coast of Ireland to Galway, a vibrant town of about 75,000 people and home to two universities. It is the sixth most populous city on the island. The reason we visited in Galway was to take in its pub […]

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Schonbrunn Palace then and now

Schonbrunn Palace then and now

| December 11, 2012

I was not confident that we would see snow in Vienna. I will admit though that I hoped we would. Somehow the thought of seeing snow while we were there seemed like it would validate our primary reason for going…to see the Christmas markets. What could be more romantic than huge snowflakes falling as people […]

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Vienna Museums: The Naturhistorisches Museum

Vienna Museums: The Naturhistorisches Museum

| December 9, 2012

We are back from our Christmastime trip to Vienna and, as usual, I have a lot of images to share. Today’s post features a few images from one of the many Vienna Museums…the Naturhistorisches Museum, or Museum of Natural History. The museum, among the largest of its kind, houses 39 exhibition halls and thousands of […]

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Ireland: Cliffs of Moher – Two Weeks in Ireland

Ireland: Cliffs of Moher – Two Weeks in Ireland

| November 17, 2012

A mere week after stuffing ourselves with turkey for Thanksgiving next week, Donna and I will be on our way to Vienna, Austria, to visit the Christmas markets and take in an opera and a few concerts. In light of that, I thought I had better get busy finishing up a few posts about our […]

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Dingle Ireland Fishing Boats

Dingle Ireland Fishing Boats

| October 24, 2012

Fishing Boats at Sunset in Dingle Ireland I thought I would post another shot from Ireland’s Dingle peninsula that I absolutely love. One evening at sunset, I promised Donna a nice dinner if she would wander the fishing harbor with me in search of some golden-hour light. As the sun pierced the atmosphere on the […]

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Blasket Islands – Two Weeks in Ireland

Blasket Islands – Two Weeks in Ireland

| October 21, 2012

Wild and rugged, the Great Blasket Islands are located two kilometers by boat off of the coast of Dingle’s Dunmore Head. The Blasket Islands home to as many as 160 people before the Irish government insisted that it could no longer guarantee the safety of the declining population. Until 1953, the inhabitants of Great Blasket […]

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Ring of Kerry – Two Weeks in Ireland

Ring of Kerry – Two Weeks in Ireland

| October 4, 2012

After visiting the Muckross House near Killarney, we made our way to Kenmare for the night, which is located near the head of Kenmare Bay at the southern end of the famous Ring of Kerry. Kenmare is a quiet town of about 2,100 people with nice accommodations and a village center with pubs, restaurants and […]

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