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It has been a strange old winter and early spring here in Ireland. We have had a few storms and lots of snow, now it's time for some green as we enter the Irish spring.

Here an image of shamrocks, one of the famous symbols of Ireland in an Irish spring, with fresh raindrops after a light shower with sunshine and shadow.

Shamrocks are said to have been used by Ireland's patron saint, Saint Patrick who used the triple leaf to explain the concept of the Holy Trinity to the pagan Irish during the fifth century AD.

Each leaf is one but made up of three separate leaves, there are many species of small plant that grow in Ireland that could possibly be the shamrock that is referred to in the Saint Patrick story.

Find out more about my photography tours in the Irish countryside, including photographing plants and natural scenes.


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Friday, 30 November 2001 00:00

Ireland's Roads

Backroads in Ireland

It can hardly be called a large country, Ireland. It's possible to drive from the Irish Sea to the Atlantic in around three hours but the backroads of Ireland are some of the most scenic it is possible to encounter.

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