It IS easy being green – Weekly Photo Challenge

Being Irish, this topic is almost made for me, Ireland’s national colour being …. yes that”s right BLUE. You didn’t expect that did you? Everybody associates Ireland with the colour green, and everyone who has visited the Emerald Isle will bring you stories using GREEN very often.

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Tricolour, flying from Thirty Three The Mall, Waterford.

So, what should I use to picture being green. How about a few of these. You can see where the song came from “The moorlands and the midlands with their forty shades of green”.

I’ll end this post with the Waterford Greenway. I’ve used pictures of the Greenway for a few photo challenges over the last number of weeks, because I’ve been spending a lot of time there. The whole length of the Greenway, a disused railway line, was officially opened on Saturday 25th March, fifty years to the day that the last passenger train did the journey. It is a beacon for people thinking about recycling projects, old infrastructure and how things can be used into the future. It is a catalogue of civil engineering projects, bridges, viaducts and tunnels, all built to carry people from A to B. Turning this piece of history into a modern cycle track and walk way has had it’s own engineering problems. What do you do if cows want to cross from one side to the other, through an old bridge? Give them their own tunnel. What else would you do? I have a video cows crossing under me, but WordPress won’t let me attach it without paying, so you’ll have to believe me, it’s a sight to see.

You can see it here:ย https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YG1EInsqNAs

 

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10 thoughts on “It IS easy being green – Weekly Photo Challenge

  1. I didn’t know that either, that the Irish national colour is blue? I wonder what the Scottish national colour is?
    Your scenery is lovely… almost as nice as Scotland ๐Ÿ˜‰ What a great place to live.
    Great photos Rover!

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