This track – from their first album, Sound Magic – is wonderfully upbeat, epitomising the interweaving of both cultures’ musical traditions through the collaboration of these musicians. Both culture’s are represented in this track – indeed, Myrdhin’s beautiful Celtic harp … Continue reading
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Just a few days ago – on the 23rd June, around a quarter to eleven in the morning – I again caught sight of the fox. I quickly went upstairs to get the camera and came down but it’d disappeared. … Continue reading
The following photo was taken on 24th April, just coming up to ten o’clock at night.
On the 24th April, around 1.30 in the afternoon, I again saw the fox resting at the bottom of the garden – and managed to get a few more photos before it disappeared.
Foxes Live: Wild in the City
Following the recent programme on Channel 4, , I was fortunate enough to spot a fox in our own garden in Dublin!