1. Seemingly not a reference to its water depths, but because the 40 foot Calvary swam there regularly in the day (without their horses). It is now and has long been the spot for swimmers all year round, there were lots of people out there last week, swimming. It’s big and popular on Christmas Day. The final photo is actually a sauna (Fad Saoil- what looks like a big barrel wagon- the last Photo) which is located right next to it. ☘️

    1. Sorry about that. The Martello tower where our black panther resides is the James Joyce tower, also a museum, it is here where Joyce set his opening to Ulysses. In the novel, Haines, in the tower, has nightmares about a panther. Later on, when we meet Leopold Bloom, he has a black cat that is very panther like. Doesn’t remove the shock but gives the feline a little background ☘️☘️☘️

      1. Thanks for filling me in, I’m not nearly literary enough to know all that so MUCH appreciated!

      2. Not to worry, I haven’t managed to read the entire novel, I’m not sure anyone really has πŸ€­πŸ€”πŸ˜˜

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