This is Cahir, Ireland, as seen from a bridge by Cahir Castle. (which just happens to be my very, very favorite castle in Ireland) An ordinary day in the life of a town, except that it happened to be a day that we stumbled upon the bridge, gazed down and took a picture. Given the advantage of height and distance, we could see most of the street, the small cars, the delivery truck, the pedestrians on the sidewalks, the contrasting colors of the shops. (I’ll give you one guess as to which is the souvenir shop!)
Time, distance, perspective can make things seem charming that are sometimes irritating when you are right in the middle of it. 🙂 The challenge is trying to remember that when I’m in the midst of the irritation. Eventually, with enough space and time, it might end up being a good story and I will appreciate it better. Blessings on your day, Lisa
Love watching the swans and ducks alongside Cahir Castle. And the River House Cafe, across the street, has great food. Traffic is a problem, though.