After a few weeks of city life in London, I am always happy to escape to the country, to the family farm in County Down, Northern Ireland.  I have shared some photos of farm animals on this blog.

 Click here for the donkeys; click here for the lambs; and click here for the cows.

In October 2014 I started a new project in Northern Ireland, taking photographs of the local area, one townland at a time. You can see those photos on my other blog: Townlands of Ulster.

FOOTNOTE: The donkey photo above appeared in the Belfast Telegraph on 13 August and 15 October 2014, as one of the featured entries in the newspaper’s “One Summer’s Day” photo competition.  A larger selection of photos is displayed on their website.  If you are ready for some clicking, start here to find the gallery, then click through to photos 65-68 for my sweet pea, fields and more donkeys.

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        1. Ms. Drumlin Its thanks for your cooperation, actually most of the Brass Iron Boxes manufacturing in Andhra Pradesh state in Rajahmundry town. my father who was strarted the manufact the product since 1975,after that Iam Radha Krishna son of late Y suraya rao. Last 8 years onwards Iam manufacturing the above product and supply the vendors in Bangaloore. Tanks a lot for Y.Radha Krisna (AP) India.


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