FriFotos is Going Green for St Patrick’s Day

In honor of St Patrick’s Day, the Irish Fireside is hosting this week’s #FriFotos on Twitter. That’s the day when Twitter users share their photos relating to a theme.

Well, with the Emerald Isle in the spotlight, this week’s theme is GREEN… interpret it in what ever way you choose, and if you’ve got a Twitter account, be sure to share your pics with the hashtag #FriFotos.

A special hat tip goes to our #FriFotos co-host Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts… here’s a peek at the Four Seasons Dublin.

And now… a few of our favorite photos… they’re all green and all from Ireland…

Connolly Station

The green train cars at Connolly Station in Dublin

Irish Hunger Memorial

Irish Hunger Memorial New York City

Bridge at Kilfane

Fairy Bridge at Kilfane Glen and Waterfall, County Kilkenny

Foxy & Liam Drive

The green tour with Foxy amd Liam at Knockahopple, County Tipperary

Palm Garden

Palm Garden at the National Botanic Gardens, Dublin.


The green shores of the Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry

Athassel Priory

The bridge over the green rushes at Athassel Priory, County Tipperary

Mount Congreve Gardens

Waterlily at Mount Congreve Gardens, Co Waterford

The Vee

Hunting for green in the The Vee, County Waterford

Cottage Lane

Up the green garden path near Hollyford, County Tipperary

Lough Ennell

Surrounded by green on Lough Ennell, County Westmeath

Field Runner

Running free in a field of green, County Tipperary

Ireland from Above

Mostly green

Lismore Castle Gardens

Lismore Castle Gardens, County Waterford

At Work in Ireland

A very green view while bloggin in Ireland

Clare Glens

Clare Glens, Counties Tipperary and Limerick

Bunratty Cottage

A scene from one of the cottages at Bunratty Castle and Folk Park, County Clare

For those who aren’t Twitter-savy, just click the links below to see the “Green” photos people are sharing.

Author: Corey

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