I am debuting a new banner for the Blarney blog. The photo above replaces one of an Irish letter box taken in Navan, Co. Meath several years ago. The new banner features a hedgerow in Carnlough, Co. Antrim, snapped last week on a day-trip to the … Continue reading
Posted in garden, The Traveling Crone, You can take the Crone out of Ireland
Tagged beauty, carnlough, Co. Antrim, colorful shrubs, crocosi, escalonia, fuschia, garden, hedgerow, Ireland, nature, navan, Northern Ireland, photography, veronica, wild flowers
The Duke family made their money in tobacco and later in hydroelectric power and the local power company here is still called Duke Energy. Nearly a century ago the family bought naming rights to the university—it used to be known as … Continue reading
Posted in Crone in America, Culture with the Crone, Entrepreneurial Flair, The Traveling Crone, You can take the Crone out of Ireland
Tagged Belfast, Duke University, durham north carolina, London, North Carolina, photography, red brick buildings, the Duke Family, tobacco fortune, tobacco warehouses
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Princess Di came round with her Point and Shoot a few weeks ago and captured my garden’s good side. I beamed with pride. Peggoty says that flowers bring out the best in people and it is impossible to be petty, … Continue reading
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I bought my Apple Ipad a month ago and am surprised that Steve Jobs still hasn’t been in touch to ask me what I think of it. I did supply my email as my Apple ID after all. Anyhow, Mr … Continue reading
Posted in Culture with the Crone, Life's vexations
Tagged apple, apple customers, camera for ipad, ipad, iphone, pc, photography, Steve Jobs, techie, transfer photos from iphone to ipad
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