A Light in the Dark - Happy New Year for 2018
Last November's Moon was good to me - a few days before I got the Hunter' Moon here, it illuminated Crookhaven here and then it silhouetted the Fastnet Rock for me. This rock is the most southerly Irish point - it's also called Ireland's teardrop because it was the last bit of the country many emigrants ever saw.
I'd like to wish all the reader's of this blog A Happy New Year - hopefully the light will continue to win out over the dark for 2018!
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