by John Bolton
If you have the dream of world travel, you are not alone. In fact, millions of would be travelers dream about some of the most exotic and beautiful places on earth. Yet, sadly, most of these dreams will never be realized. However, if you choose an Ireland book from a famous NY travel Photographer, you can relive the all the wonders and beauty of Ireland, and never have to leave your home.
One of first things you’ll see when you open the book is an image of a sheela na gig. She is a most unusual female figure adorning some churches and castles in Ireland and many areas of Europe. What’s so unusual about the grotesque figures is, no one seems to know her exact origin and from whence she came.
Some people will tell you the sheela na gig is there to bring good luck. Maybe it scares away evil spirits. She first appeared in the 1100s in the countries of France and Spain. Before long she was all over Europe. Even though you may never know exactly what she is doing, she will hypnotize you with her presence and bring you one step closer to the past.
Check out the landscape in Ireland and you will see why this is known as the “Emerald Isle” All over the countryside, various shades of green come out to meet you, whether you travel over land, sea, or make your way through a misty glen in the fog. You’ll be wanting to see more of this amazing country.
Perhaps you would like to see an Irish rainbow streaking across the blue-gray sky. Through the mist and fog you can faintly see large hills in the background and the fertile green ground below. Follow the rainbow with your eyes and there could be a pot of gold at the end.
A beautiful travel book is your passport to Ireland. Discover a world of adventures just waiting for you. Each time you open this book you’ll see things you never saw before and you’ll want to go there over and over again.
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