Happy St. Paddy’s Day!

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In honor of our common Irish heritage (today anyway), I thought I’d post some original art as well as photos from our very short visit to Dublin, Ireland a few years ago. The photo of the Celtic cross is from the historic landmark at Cranfield Church in Randalstown in Northern Ireland. I would note that we could not get into St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Dublin because you needed tickets which we did not have. That did not stop us from strolling the adjacent park and enjoying the blue sky and sunshine.

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Positioned on the gates at St. Patrick’s Cathedral.
(c)2017-2022
St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Dublin, Ireland.
(c)2017-2022
St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Dublin, Ireland.
(c)2017-2022
We considered sneaking in this door to wander around the gift shop, but resisted to our better angels and remained in the park.
St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Dublin, Ireland.
(c)2017-2022
St. Patrick’s Well in St. Patrick’s Park adjacent to the Cathedral.
Dublin, Ireland. (c)2017-2022
Our Lady of Dublin.
Whitefriar Chapel Church. Dublin, Ireland.
(c)2017-2022
Celtic Cross in graveyard at Cranfield Church,
Randalstown, County Antrim, Northern Ireland.
(c)2017-2022

Art & Prayer.
(c)2022

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