‘Old Glory’ in the quiet seclusion of Phoenix Park

Old Glory is a nickname for the flag of the United States. The original flag was owned by sea captain William Driver who flew the flag during his career at sea and then brought it to Nashville, Tennessee (sea) which is the sister city of Belfast, Northern Ireland, a city with a massive ship building history. It was flying low today on my morning walk. A few Irish soldiers went before and fell behind me as I walked on Chesterfield Avenue and around Farmleigh estate. It’s great to be out in nature, and its free!

One thought on “‘Old Glory’ in the quiet seclusion of Phoenix Park

  1. Jeanette –

    Thanks for the photographs.

    They capture some beautiful moments.

    I love the picture of the leaf.

    I love your smile! Keep on smiling during this strange time!

    Have a good day!

    Frank

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