Standing by the Sea: Saoirlaith ni Bhroin

Belgium - Brussels

The image above is my umbilical cord to home.

An-nasc go deo is an fharraige, idir me fhéin agus laethanta órga m’óige. Is cuma pé áit ina mbím, is mór an faoiseamh dom seasamh cois cladaigh mar go gcuimhním láithreach ar Éirinn.

The sea represents an exceptional link to my childhood. No matter where in the world I am, standing by the sea, brings me comfort and reminds me of home.

Photo: Ballycotton, Co. Cork (my own pic)

 

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