In honor of St. Patrick’s Day and my Irish DNA, here is picture of one of the many beautiful places I visited on my trip to Ireland – Slea Head, the tip of the Dingle peninsula, as a storm rolls in (2004):
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It looks wonderful. I wish to be there someday.
Glad to see you celebrating your Irish heritage!
Come on over to the St. Patrick’s Day edition of the Carnival of Irish Heritage & Culture for a special treat today.
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Wow! Great photograph!!! I love the deep blues and greens. And the angry storm clouds contrasting with the blue sky and puffy white clouds… mother nature’s many moods perfectly illustrated!
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Thank you! This is one of my favorite shots of all time – trust me, I rarely do this well! And Lisa I really enjoyed this week’s carnival, I encourage everyone to stop by.
Can I enter my DNA Results from FamilyTreeDNA into your program?
All the best,
D.D. Rusty Givens
D.D. – I’m not sure what program you’re looking for, perhaps Whit’s Haplogroup Predictor? Let me know and I’ll forward you to the right place.
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Thank you for your post, St. Patrick’s day for me is a big party with my friends, drinking a lot of Irish beer and singing Irish songs out loud.
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