Ireland in black & white: a taste


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About elizabethcaton

Full-time intellectual; part-time writer. Tall, quirky, open, always searching. Writer, reader, lover of tea and coffee, travel, old newspapers, art, music, life. Library aficionado, photographer, dreamer. Her hobbies include sailing, running, photography, yoga, experimental cooking, scribbling poetry, and getting comfortable in beautiful places to journal and reflect (preferably with a spoon and avocado in hand). She treasures and often writes to music such as Muse, Jack Johnson, The Colourist, Alison Krauss & Union Station, Bob Dylan, Arctic Monkeys, Claude Debussy, The Lighthouse and the Whaler, Marketa Irglova, Vienna Teng, Josh Ritter, Kat Edmonson, Joshua Radin, Streetlight Manifesto, and Victor Wooten. Among her favorite authors are Julian of Norwich, Jane Austen, John Steinbeck, Leo Tolstoy, Hélène Cixous, T.S. Eliot, Annie Dillard, David Foster Wallace, Mary Oliver, Jonathan Safran Foer, James Thurber, and P.G. Wodehouse. She enjoys writing at-least-weekly posts, which she tends to unfurl come Tuesday.
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One Response to Ireland in black & white: a taste

  1. Ben says:

    This looks incredible! Looks like the trip of a lifetime!

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