Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Wordless Wednesday: 'This way in': Archways and Doorways in Ireland

Kilmainham Gaol, Dublin
Georgian Doorway, Dublin
Dublin Castle
#1 Dawson Street, Dublin
Gateway to Leinster House, The National Parliament of Ireland (Oireachtas Éireann)
Georgian Doorway, Dublin
St. Kevin's Kitchen, Glendalough
Edmund Rice House, Dublin
Cobh (Cove) Cathedral, Cobh, County Cork
Rock of Cashel, Tipperary
Kilkenny Castle, County Kilkenny
Newgrange Passage Tomb, Drogheda
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All Photographs ©Copyright J. Geraghty-Gorman 2011.


  1. It is truly amazing how the old stone cutters would carve such beauty with only handmade drawings.

  2. Hi Claudia, Thanks for your comment. I couldn't agree more. They were certainly extraordinary artisans.


  3. Great images. They make me want to go there again,


  4. Great images - we have a lot of Georgian doorways in Edinburgh too. Cobh Cathedral must be amazing inside, judging by the doorway alone!

  5. I love archways, doorways, gates! Another great posy Jennifer.

  6. Hi Jill, and Jo, and Carol,

    Thanks so much for your comments; I really appreciate them!

    Hope you're enjoying the Scottish Census Jo! Cobh Cathedral is magnificent inside and out. Maybe I'll post it next Wednesday.

    Cheery Be!


  7. What a great post! From such a simple theme, 'This way in', you provide a terrific, wonderfully creative selection of images, so very diverse both in locations and forms. Three minutes of viewing has made me feel as if I just experienced an amazing tour of Ireland.

  8. OK, Jennifer, make that read

    GREAT POST!! Not posy!

    It may be flowery, as in a posy/posie/posey flower, but, that is not what I meant

    OR Was it????

  9. Hey Carol,

    I'm good with posy, but I'll take post too. :):):)


  10. Absolutely beautiful -- such diverse architecture!

  11. Oh, I really like these.

    Maybe one day I will win the lottery and be able to travel to see them...

  12. These photographs are beautiful! I have Irish roots but have not yet made it over there. Thanks for sharing those photos! Colleen


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