You know when something is important to you, when all your energies and attention is focused on that, and you stop noticing all that is around you.
In a foreign land, with strangers all around you, it is tempting to retreat back into your bubble, into your circle of comfort. However, you can never fully appreciate a foreign land if you stick in that bubble, something I learnt when I stayed abroad for a period of time.
Still, you can tell when someone is important to you. It makes you more willing to take that step into the bubble.
Thorn must have being here. Probably, an irate motorist who use a sledge hammer to dislodge the wheel clamp. The cost of unclamp in Dublin is EUR 120.
In Dublin today. We are putting together a social media policy for organisations that work with young people.
I love how it gets dark early in the Winter.
A plastic viking helmet, an empty water bottle, my tattered blue diary and a silvercrest transistor radio dominate my desk.
Walking in the rain through Dublin
Spiderman spotted in Dublin's Cook Street
The Old Library, Trinity College, Dublin.There is something beautiful about an old library like this.(My first sketch!)
Cycling an oil painting home from An Post.
The drought has ended.