Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Around Galway Bay

Autumn in Galway nonetheless has a lot of green yet...

Galway is a busy working port with plenty of boats and bustling business.

The swift-running Corrib meets the bay; must be nice to live along here.

Along the piers where the river meets the bay.

There are swans everywhere in Galway. Beautiful but not that nice!

A civic-minded crow helps keep things tidy.

Don't even ask what Leslie's drinking! The King's Head has good Sunday dinners and Kilkenny ale which some of us enjoyed.


Todd Mason said...

Swans are bastards. Crows, on the other hand, if one isn't a grain farmer...

K. A. Laity said...

It's wonderful: there are crows and jackdaws and my faves, magpies. Lots of new birds to learn, too.