Buoyancy in Co.Waterford

I could spend forever watching the waves playing out at precious Garrarus Beach, especially the on balmy nights like tonight when all felt well in my world. I hope you will share in my heaven

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 sense of place.

34 thoughts on “Buoyancy in Co.Waterford”

  1. Gorgeous Jean – you are such a tease – I love the ocean and haven’t seen it for 20 years. Thank you

      1. 😀 We’re getting closer but the actual date keeps squirting ahead – now planned for about 3 weeks time – as of now.

  2. I think of the song “Ebb Tide”…and when I have worries how the waves seem to wash them away…Beautiful..
    You come in so strong…Washing away things so wrong…A new song begins…

  3. What beautiful blue, blue water and gentle waves, Jean. How I’d love to dive right in for a swim! ~ Jane

    1. Hi Inese, I often think how the sea is all about the senses. It’s a pity one can’t convey the salty, seaweedy smell in some way ~ other than words, of course!

            1. No, when it’s being burned in a fire in an old cottage and you get the smell of the smoke from the chimney. It’s indescribable really!

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