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A Celebration of 200,000 Visitors to Bealtaine Cottage, Ireland…

Some of the thousands of photographs of life at Bealtaine Cottage over the past few years and a huge “Thank you” to all of you who have made the journey with me…Bless you!

Garden to the east of the cottage, Summer 2010

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Lavender drying on the back door of my cottageThe back door open to let in the cool breeze, Summer 2010

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My Spinning WheelMy spinning wheel placed on the home made floor

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The lane at (Bealtaine Cottage), Ballyfermoyle

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A full moon over Bealtaine Cottage

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Angel in the Bog Garden

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The North Garden full of autumn colour in 2010

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Wood burning stove in the sitting room

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Willow archway in the Bog Garden

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Christmas at Bealtaine with blue sky, sunshine and snow!

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14 years of Goddess Permaculture at Bealtaine Cottage, West of Ireland...drop in, power up! Colette O'Neill is a writer, photographer and teacher who has devoted the past 14 years to turning 3 acres of derelict land into a woodland sanctuary for all life, planting over 1,100 trees in the process.

6 thoughts on “A Celebration of 200,000 Visitors to Bealtaine Cottage, Ireland…

  1. Thanks for all your posts etc. I’ve only ‘found’ you a few months ago but really enjoy and get inspired by what you have done and the honesty with which you write/photograph. Thank you!

  2. what a wonderful way to celebrate! And I can’t decide which is my favourite photo – whether it’s snow, or the autumn colours o rth evie wdown the lane – all beautiful 🙂

    1. Well done and congratulations. Enjoy your blog and am inspired by it too. Just waiting to start you latest project (raised stone beds on gravel) here. There’s to the next 20,000 visitors.

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