It has been four years

My Fourth Blogoversary is approaching, and it makes me sad that I have to take a break. I will resume posting in June.

Today I am sharing some ideas for my future posts. There will be birds, as always.

There will be animals. This bunny crossed the road in front of my car and just sat there. The picture was taken through the dusty windscreen, but it is the only picture I have as the rabbits don’t usually pose for you like that.

There will be some trips to beautiful places. This white cloud landed on the mountain ridge in Killarney.

Of course we will go to the Comeragh Mountains and explore some more.

I will also share my adventures in the Heritage Park.

I hope to make it to Saltee Islands again, and I also have a family history trip planned for a blogger friend. This year is supposed to be better than the previous one. Sorry for this long break, it didn’t work out like I expected it would, but I will still be around. If you want to read something on this blog, there is an Archives button and a list of blog posts from February 2014 to February 2018.

Thank you for your friendship and understanding.

www.inesemjphotography.com Love and best wishes to all!

109 comments

  1. Almost a year has taken my blog break and now I turn once again in your blog, dear Inese and read that you take a long break now.
    I hope from my heart that you are well and send you lots of strength and warm hugs.

    I look forward to seeing you when you get back. Do what ever makes you smile. 🙂 ❤

    Love, Vera

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      1. Oh, yes, good health is that what all of us could need. But the life is not a wish concert and we must take what life gives us.
        It is so important not to loose our humour and laugh and to take all colors not only the bright, even the dark…even if it is difficult at times.
        Big hugs for you ❤

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  2. What a precious photo of a bunny, Inese! You’re so right about them usually not posing like that for the likes of us. 😉 I look forward to your return and am sending you good wishes, hugs, love and energy, my dear friend! Take good care of you! Xxxxxxxxxxxxxx 😚❤🐇🐦🐞

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    1. Thank you so much, Sarah. I thought I could do it, but it just didn’t work. I only get upset because of failing to prepare a post in time. I will read other blogs while online, but my own blog will have to wait until I am ready. ❤ xxxxxxxxx

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      1. I understand, Inese, and it’s more important that you take good care of yourself! In the meantime it will be lovely to read all the posts you wrote that I haven’t read yet. Sending you lots of love, hugs and sunshine! xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx ❤💙💚💛💜💓💕💖💗💞😊

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  3. I know what you are talking about with blogging! Sometimes it gets a little tedious and you need to recharge. I just noticed I have been blogging 7 1/2 years – time flies! Enjoy your break and I look forward to hearing about your new adventures.

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    1. Thank you! 🙂 About the last photograph: I have visited The Irish National Heritage Park, and have a lot of photo material to share later this year. Until then, if you are going to Ireland, put it on your list as a fun outdoor activity that involves plenty of hiking and takes 3-4 hours.

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  4. Congratulations on four years of blogging! I’ll miss your photos, but look forward to more birds, animals, and stories of your travels. I saw a similar hut in Wales, they also have a heritage area there. I think that one might go as far back as the Iron Age?…

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  5. Congratulations with the anniversary of your blog! I wish you all the best in the coming months and look forward to seeing your posts appear again in June, your nature photos bring me so much joy, as do our discussions about Russian literature. Take care, dear!

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  6. Wishing you all the best I must tell you how much I enjoy your posts. I m from Brussels Belgium and plan to relocate at some point in the next two years in Waterford. We already spent holidays in Ireland but reading your blog I feel so much attracted to that southern part of Ireland!

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    1. Thank you so much for your feedback, Michel! Visiting Ireland and living and working here is not the same. I would advise you to do a thorough research and contact your countrymen who are already living here before you make your decision. Thank you again for reading my blog. There are many hidden gems in Ireland, some of them known only locally, and it is my intention to share them with the readers to make their visit unique. Wishing you best of Irish luck! 🙂

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      1. Thank you so much, my friend! I am looking forward to my annual Saltee island trip in June so that I may start my blogging year in style 🙂 Until then – patience and endurance. Thank you for considering reading my archives 🙂

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