WORDLESS WEDNESDAY West Coast Cool

 

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All photographs by Damien B. Donnelly

Published by deuxiemepeau

Published poet, writer, baker and former fashion maker, with footprints in Paris, London and Amsterdam but currently back home in Dublin with sights aimed at leaving a mark on the West coast one clear fine day...

12 thoughts on “WORDLESS WEDNESDAY West Coast Cool

  1. I was a little slow on the pick up, Damien, so it took me a few photos to realize that these were not images of the west coast of Ireland. I love how your collection of images juxtaposes the colorful decadence of civilization with the desolate ruggedness of the nearby natural environment.

    1. I thought I would drop them in quietly. As most of us are grounded it felt good to recall what it was like to walk through other streets, see how colours change and landscapes alter dramatically in moments. Stay safe my friend ☘️☘️

  2. Beautiful photos–and very different from the ones you’ve been posting of Dublin and environs lately. Hope you and yours are staying well.

    1. We are all fine thankfully. Still gardening here at home so mum so we have distractions and there’s always writing and baking! I hope you and the family are all okay. I watch the next with such worry especially when I see the devastation this is having right across the States. Stay safe my friend ☘️💚☘️💚🙏

    1. Thank you for dropping by my dear Alison. I hope that you and yours are all safe and well. Sending hugs your way ☘️☘️🌟🌟🤗🤗💚💚

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