Trinity College Library, the home of the Book of Kells.
Pictures of the book are punishable by, probably polite removal and orders to delete the photos, but pictures of the main room are all good.
Books and busts and books! Down the middle were displays of various old texts and tidbits concerning Ireland and its first emperor, Brian Boru, including Mexican comic books and his harp!
The beautiful posters were from the makers of The Secret of Kells, based on the legend behind the Book of Kells and it’s a great movie, you should all go watch it right now.
Pages of a copy of the Foras Feasa ar Eirinn, an attempted comprehensive history of Ireland. This copy was written by Sean mac Torna O Maoilchonaire in the 1630’s.
Ancient Irish looks like Elvish.
Apologies for the pause in Ireland photos as I drove across the US. I’ll start the queue back up tomorrow! I love all of you.
My first and only pint, and the friendly Dubliner who got it for me.
Guinness is delicious.
The Auld Dubliner
St. Ann’s Church
St. Stephen’s Green
Sights near Grafton St.
My hostel room in Dublin.
Empty at mid-day.
Ferry to Whidbey Island, sunset.
At the start my journey, we took a ferry to Whidbey Island.
This was the only rain.