PHOTOS: #Tralee On Social Media This Week

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Every week we compile photos of Tralee and beyond posted on Twitter and Instagram. 

If you’d like a photo to feature, just tag #Tralee and we’ll see it…

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Well done Pres girls…


Yup, it’s been a bleak week…


Men at work…


And a cold week it was too…


Another of Mike’s murals…

 

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One of our legends – a work in progress #AustinStacks #8 #AllIrelandMedals #Legend #MikeySheehy #GAA #TheRock #Tralee #Kerry #Dublin #Mural #MikesMurals #Dublin #Rock #Messi #Best #Ronado #UptheRock #Gym #Irish #London #Art #NewYork #Boston #Dubai #Artist #Painting Mikey Sheehy had both a real and mythical status in our lives as young fellas. I remember we trying to play like him, move and kick the ball like him in our gardens, on our streets and road, in Connolly Park field, in Garrett Cotter’s behind St. Brendan’s Church, at school and especially in our dreams. We’d see him play over in the Rock like a magician and run rings around the opposition as we gasped and cheered in the same breath as he electrified us and reduced the reputations of opposing greats to dust. He was our own Georgie Best, our own Peli, our own Platini, Messi, Ronaldo. Can you imagine how it must felt to finally tog out and play beside him? On those days, dreams became a reality for this painter. He eventually retired from football but could never retire from being a legend. As for this mortal, I hadn’t much interest in playing after that .

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What a wonderful shot…


Blue skies were scarce this week…

 

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#ittralee #cloudsandsky #tralee #ireland

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Terrific shot…

 

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#viewoftralee #sunset #tralee #cloudsphotography #tuesdays #ireland

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Another striking image in Banna…

 

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Stormy weather throws up things from the deep Internal storms and external storms ✨ The lay of the strand is different now and the slant on the beach this evening was tricky to navigate. In hindsight I was wearing the wrong boots but I carried on because I love it there. I love it by the sea, in the same way that I love my practice. As they say, when it’s love there is no doubt and yes despite the storms I love them both. And as I stood there watching the sun set on the edge of the mountain I know it’s only a matter of time, maybe 20 days or so and sun will be once again setting on my side of the mountain, bringing back the light, the long evenings, the Devine sunsets. I know it’s coming, there is no doubt. The beach will be different, the dunes are damaged, the lay of the sand sits differently and possibly the waves will be different too. We’ll have to wait and see, but there’s no doubt, the new light is coming, the longer days, the warm sunshine and smiles. Oh and then I found a heart shaped rock to remind me to continue to vibrate love and it made me smile so wide. Change is good, change is evolution, change is a whole new landscape of possibilities. Stay open friends. #healingseason #light #Time #mediationdaily #tralee #bannabeach #lightshifts #vitamensea #values #knowinglove #selflove

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Flooding on the Castlemaine Road…

 

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Bit of a puddle there Ted….. #tralee

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