Monday, 6 August 2018

Esteemed Visitors

Some of the Esteemed Visitors to Jane Brideson's Exhibition
'Tales from The Cailleach' at Loughcrew Megalithic Centre in Co Meath.



The lovely lady above is a fellow blogger Nols http://www.nols-agirlforallseasons.com ,
a school teacher in Co. Westmeath who regardless of her Sat-nav eventually found her way to us by using the old way of asking questions. It was great to meet a fellow blogger.



From a far and distant corner of county Cork came our friend of longstanding the beautiful
Wendi Griffin.


A rose between two thorns, artist Jane Brideson or to be more correct between two authors.
On the left is Gary Branigan author of Ancient & Holy Wells of Dublin
and on the right, Malachy Hand co-author of Loughcrew Cairns - A visitors Guide



Anthony Murphy with Jane.
Anthony is the author of several books about the sacred landscape of Ireland
and creator of Mythical Ireland.




Some visitors from Greece admiring Jane's cards and prints.



Blogger and fellow artist Danielle of A Sparkle of Dani's World



The vivacious and caring Rosaleen of Rosaleen Allen.ie



Sean Gilmartin aka Giller to his friends, 
an historian and photographer who hates to be photographed.

Just a few of the wonderful visitors who have made their way to the Megalithic Centre to view 
Jane's art, there were many others who I should have taken photo's of but for one reason or other 
I failed to do so, perhaps it was shyness on my part.


17 comments:

  1. Hi Mel - it looks to be so happy ... and what a wonderful exhibition to visit for friends and tourists alike, as well as buddies of varying sorts ... no wonder you all look reasonably chuffed with life - fun to see you all - cheers Hilary

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    1. We are generally all happy people within ourselves, that is not say that we do not promote and fight for human rights though, because we do !

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  2. I think that last pic just takes the cake!

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  3. We have been watching Master of Photography on Sky Arts. It is amazing how many folk don’t like having their photograph taken. I for one absolutely hate it, all I see is the decline, how sad is that and it says a lot about me, I think?

    Just keep snapping away Heron, you will have some lovely memories and happy faces to look back on. The exhibition looks superb. A talented lady.

    LX

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    1. I prefer that when photo's of people are taken that they are not posing, for it is better that the camera catches some interaction... the other thing that I do is too take several shots at a time and pick the best one. That is one of the benefits of digital photography that no film is being wasted.
      Thank you your comment Lettice.

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  4. Congratulations to Mrs H, Jane of course. How wonderful it all looks! Fantastic, Mel...and you look pretty good too :)

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    1. Thank you Val! Your comments are greatly appreciated xx

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