Tiny Island Life: Yes, living on a tiny island might seem confining, but really it gives you an opportunity to know one area very well. I’ve been using these two months to find different cliff-sides, go on bike rides and runs, get to know the locals, and make art. I’ve been trying draw more and occasionally continue to play around with watercolors. I’ve been continuing to try to limit my use of pencil and eraser and accept the lines I make with pens even if they aren’t perfect. Living on a tiny island has definitely made me antsy for mountains ...
✨A couple of years ago, @stevefitnyc and I threw one hell of a party... and got hitched in the process. We had a ton of fun this week celebrating our wedding anniversary in Ireland. This clip is from one of our trip’s highlights: cycling around the Aran Islands. Here’s to creating more memories with my favorite. ❤️ #travel#wanderlust
Today, we went to the Aran Islands! Back when (most) people were flat-earthers, they believed these islands were at the edge of the world. I gotta say, it was pretty cool living on the edge with these folks today #efultimatebreak#aranislands
Our voyage to the Aran Islands was a bit chilly, but we were rewarded with the beauty of Inishmore. Plus, the return trip took us along the Cliffs of Moher where we saw the cave featured in Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince.
We travelled over to the Island on Drioch ná Farraige... “Magic of The Sea” ... Then to Dún Aonghasa.. built 1100-1000BC... What a Magical, Spiritual & Awesome place on “Country Roads of Ireland” Trip #insightmoments#insightvacations