We share a selection of images recorded today (Fri. 16th Oct. 2020) mainly in Millstreet Town Park where we experienced a double rainbow and the fascinating colours of Autumn 2020. Before that we have been requested to help to promote a forthcoming praiseworthy event:
A Coffee Morning/Afternoon is scheduled to take place at Guerin’s Family Shop in Ballydaly on Saturday, 24th Oct. from 10am to 6pm & on Sunday, 25th Oct. 10.30am to 1.00pm…..in aid of St. Joseph’s Community Hospital, Millstreet. Tea, Coffee, Latte, Drinking Chocolate and Cappuccino served. This event will take place only if COVID-19 Restrictions allow.
Today Issue 28 of “Discover Duhallow” appeared in the shops and includes a superb feature written by Daniel Daly who is Manager supreme and Personal Trainer at Millstreet Community Gym. Tap on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)
Photographer supreme, Geraldine Dennehy has just shared this splendid image with the following caption: “A Lone Rose ! Spotted this rose this morning while out walking. It survived ‘Ellen’ and all that she threw at it during the week !”
Photographer supreme, Valerie O’Sullivan recently visited Tubrid Holy Well where she captured a wonderful selection of images one of which features on the front page of this week’s “Irish Catholic” national newspaper (20th Aug. 2020). Also included is a photographic feature within the popular weekly newspaper. Valerie’s images oftentimes appear on booklets, calendars etc. within the Diocese of Kerry and far beyond….as well as on national and international newspapers. It was Valerie who took the world famous picture of the laughing Queen Elizabeth with Pat O’Connell at Cork’s English Market. Pat Breen who coordinates the distribution of the Catholic Papers here in Millstreet Parish indicates that extra copies of the “Irish Catholic” will soon be available in St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet. For just €2.00 we encourage you to obtain your own copy with its local relevance this week. Many thanks to Fr. Paddy, to Mary and to Pat for alerting us to the special Tubrid feature. Tap on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)
We thank Annabelle O’Sullivan, Jerry O’Regan and Hannelie O’Connor for arranging to share this truly superb image of Millstreet Carnival Fancy Dress Parade in the Autumn of 1951 (the year I was born!). Most likely the picture was taken by Frank Reen (Snr.) outside his Pharmacy looking across the road to the O’Regan Family home and capturing two young participants in the Parade. Members of the O’Regan Family, the Reen Family and the Justice Family are seen in the background of the image. Feel most welcome to share on our Comment platform the names of any further people you may recognise in this wonderfully historic photograph 0f 69 years ago. Tap on the image to enlarge. (S.R.)
Russell Murphy from Australia with Murphy Family roots in Ballydaly has superbly created a post card of a recent poem by Francis Duggan and an image we captured during the week in the Clara Road area. Tap on the card to enlarge. Many thanks to Russell who is a Loyal Follower of the Millstreet Website and of Cork Music Station. (S.R.)
Caherbarnagh (or Cahirbearna) is part of the chain of mountains which stretches westward from Millstreet to Killarney. Its name means “the hill of the four gaps”.
We thank Photographer Supreme, Fr. James McSweeney for sharing this truly outstanding panoramic view of Millstreet from Tullig this Friday morning (1st May 2020). And we also include an historic postcard of Millstreet Town taken some decades ago…kindly shared by a Loyal Follower of our Millstreet Website. Two special treats on this 1st May 2020! Stay safe and well All. Tap on the images to enlarge. (S.R.) [read more …] “Fr. James Captures Magnificent Image of Millstreet from Tullig”
We thank Jimmy Murphy of Carriganimafor kindly sharing a wonderful selection of very colourful images which he has been recording on his walks and cycle trips in the Carriganima area (within the 2km limit) during these days when nature scenes are so relaxing and uplifting. (S.R.)
We thank Eilín Kiely of Millstreet for sharing these three brilliant images of the recent “Flying Saucer” style cloud formation observed over Millstreet Parish. This sequence of pictures was captured from Station Road, Millstreet. Tap on the images to enlarge. (S.R.) [read more …] “Station Road Images of Unusual Cloud Formation”
We thank Photographer Supreme, Shane McCarthy of Carriganima for sharing three exquisitely colourful Spring Flowers which he has recently photographed in his area. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)
We thank Photographer Supreme, Neil O’Connor of West End, Millstreet and now residing with his Family in U.S.A. for having shared a truly wonderful selection of some 11 images which he captured at The Square on the night in early Dec. 2018 of the official turning on of the lights at the National Monument. His telephoto pictures of members of the Pipe Band and Millstreet Community Singers are magnificent. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.) [read more …] “Neil O’Connor’s Magnificent Pictorial Coverage of Christmas Square Event 2018”
Well done indeed to talented Photographer Shane McCarthy of Carriganima who recently climbed Mushera Mountain to its summit and captured two splendid images including the rare picture of the Cross at the summit. God bless Shane’s energy to climb such a challenging height. We wish to express our sincere thanks for sharing such treasured views. Click on the images to enlarge.(S.R.)
And before we share (below) more of Denis’s excellent pictures we wish to acknowledge a further €50.00 contribution towards our annual website costings and Museum funding from a local father whose son works abroad and for whom our website is of importance for his son’s daily updating of the news from Millstreet Parish as shared by our various voluntary website team members. Míle buíochas. (S.R.) [read more …] “Denis O’Regan’s Magnificent Images of Drishane Cross Country 2016”
We thank photographer supreme, Jane Thomas of Millstreet for sharing a wonderful selection of her photographic gallery. Here we feature the first part of a splendid selection taken at Muckross Traditional Farm in Killarney where the focus is on the Ireland of a bygone age.Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)And here we continue to feature many more of Jane’s delightful photographs. [read more …] “The Superb Picture Gallery Archive of Jane Thomas of Millstreet”