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Aine MacAodha ~ Poetry and Lens

Aine MacAodha

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Omagh, North Ireland, Ireland
Writer/poet,avid photographer with a great interest in Celtic Myths, Mysticism, crystal healing, orbs in photography, Chemtrails, the sky above and the beauty in the Irish landscape . I live in Omagh North of Ireland where the Sperrin Mountains are my inspiration in any season. I have three poetry books published titled 'Where the Three Rivers Meet' and 'Guth An Anam ~Voice of The Soul and my latest Published by Lapwing Press Belfast, 'Landscape of self'~ You can find my links at top of my blog.

Tuesday, 27 April 2010

My essay at, https://luciolepress.com/Aine_MacAodha.html

My essay, published in Luciole Press. edited by Karen Bowles. Go to the Luciole press link above and you will also find links to many artists and writers, including the editors page.

all copyrights belong to Aine MacAodhaCopyright 2007-2010. Luciole Press. All rights reserved.

Editor Karen Bowles

Luciole Press Spring/Summer Issue 2010 is here. Please read the "Editor's Note"Share
Cover of the Spring/Summer Issue 2010.

Painting by Pär Strömberg

READ the full Editor's Note here: http://www.luciolepress.com/Editor_s_Note

There is also work form myself too.

Home Page: http://www.luciolepress.com/

Karen Bowles


Tuesday, 20 April 2010

Muck, by night

Muck, by night
Originally uploaded by Aine MacAodha
Lough Muck (yes that's it's name)! a few minutes walk from me, one of my favourites although not widely known. I recall swimming in it every summer in childhood, good memories walking out to the lough and getting real sunburn and burnt feet wearing only moses sandles.

Ancestral home.

Ancestral home.
Originally uploaded by Aine MacAodha
Taken near Sloughen Glen just outside Omagh/Drumquin, Out of the side of a hill, amid brambles and giant ferns, a shell of a house appears with postcard views out over the Tyrone countryside,I listen to the quiet sounds of spring, and remember that the regeneration of small towns has crept nearer and nearer to the beauty spots. One day thismay well be gone.