All posts tagged: Ireland

year of wanderlust

Year of Wanderlust

As the year is coming to an end, I feel the need to make a sentimental post to summarise it. I have many reasons to feel sentimental about it. It has been one of the happiest years of my life. With a great new job […]

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Pink and Old-fashioned

It has been rainy and freezing all week, basically not camera-friendly weather. I have no choice but to talk a bit about my personal style. Like we need more self-indulgent bloggers out there, right? This is a photo from my first trip to Ireland last […]

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Exploring Ireland

I have finally found the time to look through all my photos from my trip to Ireland. Those two weeks I managed to explore so many towns and attractions – starting from the coastal villages near Dublin, continuing with the Wicklow mountains and Glendalough, passing […]

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Blue Elegance

This is a dress from Warehouse that I bought this summer and wore on my holiday in Ireland. I am just obsessed with dresses and I fell in love with the color and style of this one, especially the lacy back. photo taken at: Skerries, […]

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Holiday in Ireland

My holiday in Ireland was so relaxing and stimulating at the same time – two weeks of exploring new places, spending time outdoors, eating delicious food and taking pictures. It was the perfect escape, away from tourist traps and with zero time spent on social […]

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Bloody Stream

With temperatures of minus ten centigrade I haven’t been out and about with my camera lately. So I have chosen to show you pictures of this pub in Ireland, because in winter we all need images of warm and cozy places. The pub is called […]

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36 Hours in Dublin

36 Hours in Dublin Video I just flew back from Dublin two days ago and today I saw this video posted by the New York times. I felt like sharing with you the energy of this great city, which the New York Times captured so well. After […]

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Love Dublin

Dublin is vibrant, welcoming and fun. There was so much to occupy my sight – so much creativity everywhere – from bar signs to street art, that I couldn’t leave my camera for a second. I loved the bars and pubs in the city – they […]

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Ireland is a Fairy Tale

Ireland is a country taken out of the pages of a fairy tale book. During my stay there I visited Dublin (which I will do a separate post on) and I went on a cross country trip, stopping at the famous Cliffs of Moher, Bunratty Castle […]

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