The Tramore I Love

Tramore has been looking magnificent of late but yesterday evening was truly special in terms of colour and a sense of hope.

I hope you enjoy this little video.

Author: socialbridge

I am a sociologist and writer from Ireland. I have worked as a social researcher for 30 years and have had a lifelong passion for writing. My main research interests relate to health care and I love to write both non-fiction and poetry.

42 thoughts on “The Tramore I Love”

  1. OMG! Amazing video Jean. It made me homesick for the ocean. i went so far as to check and see if there was a dialysis unit close to you and there is one in Waterford, which the map shows to be about 15 kms. Sigh not that I’ll ever get there but now I know it is in the realm of possible even it is highly improbable. If I happen to come into a million dollars you can rest assured you’ll get an e-mail from me asking of you would like to have a coffee some afternoon at the local restaurant. ha! Even if you say NO, I’d likely come to visit your ocean. Beautiful. ๐Ÿ˜€

    1. Great photo, Robin. Hope you enjoyed the game.
      As for Stan, he and the beach in Tramore aren’t a good fit as he has a habit of chasing birds and with a beach that over 3 miles long, and full of sand dunes, he very quickly becomes a tiny speck that may not return (be found) for hours. You’d think he’d know better by now.

  2. Love watching waves break on the shore – and that looks like a wonderful sandy beach. Must have been warmer than it is here though as a bitter north wind chills as soon as nose is poked out the door.

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