artemisofluna: (London~The Bridge!)
( Jul. 27th, 2014 08:08 pm)
My name is Lara. I love Joy Division, which is totally the most important thing about me. You should also know I am quite sarcastic without having a firm understanding of sarcasm. True story.

I was born in Seattle, Washington, grew up in Kalispell, Montana (AKA HELL), moved to Melbourne Australia in 2003, and Christchurch New Zealand in 2010. I studied half a Bachelor of Fine Arts~Theatre Studies in University before switching to German so I could study abroad in Vienna (2001). Hence, I have studied English, German and Latin at a University level.

I am currently studying a Postgraduate Diploma of Social Work at the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand while living in a flat affectionately known as the Lesbian Flat of Doom, with my friends [livejournal.com profile] _honeyspider and [livejournal.com profile] phfa and my cats, Ariadne and Echo and Alison's cat, Helios (they don't have LJs, they're not old enough yet), all of whom I love dearly.

I'll add anyone to my f-list if they ask, so feel free! I spend most of my time writing, talking about writing, or thinking about writing while watching Most Haunted or something Tim Minchin, Hugh Jackman or Dylan Moran related. Or singing. I love singing, and I'm actually good, which tends to help! I can play the flute and the piccolo, the guitar and the ukulele, and I used to play the viola but then I sold it to a 3-fingered man. True story.

A very important thing to know, is that I ramble. So there is more under here! )

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artemisofluna: (London~The Bridge!)
( Jul. 27th, 2014 08:08 pm)
My name is Lara. I love Joy Division, which is totally the most important thing about me. You should also know I am quite sarcastic without having a firm understanding of sarcasm. True story.

I was born in Seattle, Washington, grew up in Kalispell, Montana (AKA HELL), moved to Melbourne Australia in 2003, and Christchurch New Zealand in 2010. I studied half a Bachelor of Fine Arts~Theatre Studies in University before switching to German so I could study abroad in Vienna (2001). Hence, I have studied English, German and Latin at a University level.

I am currently studying a Postgraduate Diploma of Social Work at the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand while living in a flat affectionately known as the Lesbian Flat of Doom, with my friends [livejournal.com profile] _honeyspider and [livejournal.com profile] phfa and my cats, Ariadne and Echo and Alison's cat, Helios (they don't have LJs, they're not old enough yet), all of whom I love dearly.

I'll add anyone to my f-list if they ask, so feel free! I spend most of my time writing, talking about writing, or thinking about writing while watching Most Haunted or something Tim Minchin, Hugh Jackman or Dylan Moran related. Or singing. I love singing, and I'm actually good, which tends to help! I can play the flute and the piccolo, the guitar and the ukulele, and I used to play the viola but then I sold it to a 3-fingered man. True story.

A very important thing to know, is that I ramble. So there is more under here! )

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List of Things Lara Doesn't Hold With
Character List
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Characters on FS
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Characters on Nevermore
artemisofluna: (Boosh~Noel from IT Crowd)
( Jan. 30th, 2011 03:48 am)
I went from sitting here having a cry tonight (lol bloodsugar) to bouncy and happy. This pleases me.

So...this is just a hole in the ground right?! Everyone else is seeing what I'm seeing? This is a hole in the ground in Camden for rent for 320 quid a week? I am sure that isn't what is actually on offer here, at least I hope not. But a quick check at the floorplan leaves me baffled. Are they renting the ground and expecting you to build!?

I decided to look up properties on Foxton's on a whim because I freaking love that site. The manor houses they have for sale. The refurbished churches (this is the property where my characters Flynn and Quinn live. It's been for sale since I went to London in 2009!). The houseboats. THIS. It's only 16 million, why are you making that face?!

Oh, London. I love you, but seriously... I don't think I could ever live in a refurbished church. The viibbesssss. But an old manor house I could do! If I were a rich lady!
artemisofluna: (Boosh~Noel from IT Crowd)
( Jan. 30th, 2011 03:48 am)
I went from sitting here having a cry tonight (lol bloodsugar) to bouncy and happy. This pleases me.

So...this is just a hole in the ground right?! Everyone else is seeing what I'm seeing? This is a hole in the ground in Camden for rent for 320 quid a week? I am sure that isn't what is actually on offer here, at least I hope not. But a quick check at the floorplan leaves me baffled. Are they renting the ground and expecting you to build!?

I decided to look up properties on Foxton's on a whim because I freaking love that site. The manor houses they have for sale. The refurbished churches (this is the property where my characters Flynn and Quinn live. It's been for sale since I went to London in 2009!). The houseboats. THIS. It's only 16 million, why are you making that face?!

Oh, London. I love you, but seriously... I don't think I could ever live in a refurbished church. The viibbesssss. But an old manor house I could do! If I were a rich lady!
Some people I want to kick. So instead, I will meme.

Song that always makes you think of a plot- That depends. Joy Division always makes me think of Flynn because he's in a Joy Division cover band. Little House~The Fray is Deirdre. Most Dream Theater = Peter. Near to You~A Fine Frenzy is Tristan/Flynn. Breathe Me~Sia is Deirdre after Kait died. Lovecats~The Cure reminds me of Flynn/Quinn because Flynn played it and sang it to Quinn. It also makes me think of Godric because I did horrible things to him while that song played. Anything Muse is what Thomas jogs to DO NOT JUDGE ME and Lovesong~The Cure was what Eamon played to Adrina. Walking on Sunshine is Peter's ringtone because it makes me laugh. Amanda Palmer and Emilie Autumn both have songs I associate with plots but I can't remember them. And there's a VNV Nation song without words which I put on when writing Peter in World Saving Mode. Because I SUCK at action plots. Like...god yes. So I need actiony songs. VNV Nation and the song from the series finale of Buffy by Rob Duncan (which is, by the way, one of the most amazing instrumentals in the history of television, even if I generally pretend that the seventh season of Buffy does not exist)

I think the one song that I associate most with roleplay though, is See the Sky Again by Edwin McCain. And Scout will know why :D. My mobile phone STILL says that when I turn it on. And it was my ringtone for almost three years because it has heavy connections to Peter.

Favorite setting- Uhm. London? I don't know. Anywhere in London. There!

And FYI, random icon WIN
Some people I want to kick. So instead, I will meme.

Song that always makes you think of a plot- That depends. Joy Division always makes me think of Flynn because he's in a Joy Division cover band. Little House~The Fray is Deirdre. Most Dream Theater = Peter. Near to You~A Fine Frenzy is Tristan/Flynn. Breathe Me~Sia is Deirdre after Kait died. Lovecats~The Cure reminds me of Flynn/Quinn because Flynn played it and sang it to Quinn. It also makes me think of Godric because I did horrible things to him while that song played. Anything Muse is what Thomas jogs to DO NOT JUDGE ME and Lovesong~The Cure was what Eamon played to Adrina. Walking on Sunshine is Peter's ringtone because it makes me laugh. Amanda Palmer and Emilie Autumn both have songs I associate with plots but I can't remember them. And there's a VNV Nation song without words which I put on when writing Peter in World Saving Mode. Because I SUCK at action plots. Like...god yes. So I need actiony songs. VNV Nation and the song from the series finale of Buffy by Rob Duncan (which is, by the way, one of the most amazing instrumentals in the history of television, even if I generally pretend that the seventh season of Buffy does not exist)

I think the one song that I associate most with roleplay though, is See the Sky Again by Edwin McCain. And Scout will know why :D. My mobile phone STILL says that when I turn it on. And it was my ringtone for almost three years because it has heavy connections to Peter.

Favorite setting- Uhm. London? I don't know. Anywhere in London. There!

And FYI, random icon WIN
artemisofluna: (Signs~You are beautiful)
( Sep. 29th, 2010 07:19 pm)
I was feeling down today (LONG story) so I decided to do something constructive to take the feeling away (social work training, oy) so I wanted to make a post of all the photos of people and places and things that mean something to me. And when I started to plan it, I realised just how long it would be if I put everyone into it. And that made me feel so amazing, you have no idea...

I did it anyway deciding I would only use photos I have taken myself (or by my family since I wasn't at the reunion to take those and I didn't take the ones of me as a kid, but you get the point!) to cut down on spamming random Hugh Jackman pictures ;). Not everyone that should be here is including my friends in Australia. Woot, Peter, Laura and Ness, I have no (not blurry) photos of you!! And there are other friends who aren't on here, but be that as it may, here it is. Some of my happy things.

To me you are perfect )
artemisofluna: (Signs~You are beautiful)
( Sep. 29th, 2010 07:19 pm)
I was feeling down today (LONG story) so I decided to do something constructive to take the feeling away (social work training, oy) so I wanted to make a post of all the photos of people and places and things that mean something to me. And when I started to plan it, I realised just how long it would be if I put everyone into it. And that made me feel so amazing, you have no idea...

I did it anyway deciding I would only use photos I have taken myself (or by my family since I wasn't at the reunion to take those and I didn't take the ones of me as a kid, but you get the point!) to cut down on spamming random Hugh Jackman pictures ;). Not everyone that should be here is including my friends in Australia. Woot, Peter, Laura and Ness, I have no (not blurry) photos of you!! And there are other friends who aren't on here, but be that as it may, here it is. Some of my happy things.

To me you are perfect )
STILL NOT ASLEEP YET!

But.

*happy friend glow*

I just love SO MUCH when good people get to do things that make them happy. Especially when they've wanted them for a long time. It makes me happy!
STILL NOT ASLEEP YET!

But.

*happy friend glow*

I just love SO MUCH when good people get to do things that make them happy. Especially when they've wanted them for a long time. It makes me happy!
.... The Tower Bridge has a Twitter.

http://twitter.com/towerbridge

And I thought I'd seen everything. Somehow, this fails to elicit the same response in me as SEEING the bridge. Though I just watched a Most Haunted episode where they investigated the bridge and they went into the mortuary underneath it and that is AWESOME.

(I am still so moving to London, Baby)
.... The Tower Bridge has a Twitter.

http://twitter.com/towerbridge

And I thought I'd seen everything. Somehow, this fails to elicit the same response in me as SEEING the bridge. Though I just watched a Most Haunted episode where they investigated the bridge and they went into the mortuary underneath it and that is AWESOME.

(I am still so moving to London, Baby)
I just looked at my friend Daniel's photos of London and I totally sobbed into my Pepsi Max (I'm sure that's the non-drinker's version of sobbing into a light beer ;)) and I WANT TO GO BACK, DANGIT! NOW!

I'm sure I'll sob over Clare's Vienna photos too ;) SO JEALOUS, ALL OF YOU! I live in one of the awesomest places on the planet (thanks very much) but the damn grass is always greener, isn't it? Specifically since YOU ALL CAN WATER YOURS ;)

:P~~~~~~~~

PS, I just sneezed so loud I think the neighbors are wondering who died. I'm really quite impressive.

PPS AND if anyone wanted to know what the title is about... HERE. DYLAN'S GENIUS! About alcohol, which I do not drink!



That little DANCE he does *squeals* "Have MY bed!" No...really...
I just looked at my friend Daniel's photos of London and I totally sobbed into my Pepsi Max (I'm sure that's the non-drinker's version of sobbing into a light beer ;)) and I WANT TO GO BACK, DANGIT! NOW!

I'm sure I'll sob over Clare's Vienna photos too ;) SO JEALOUS, ALL OF YOU! I live in one of the awesomest places on the planet (thanks very much) but the damn grass is always greener, isn't it? Specifically since YOU ALL CAN WATER YOURS ;)

:P~~~~~~~~

PS, I just sneezed so loud I think the neighbors are wondering who died. I'm really quite impressive.

PPS AND if anyone wanted to know what the title is about... HERE. DYLAN'S GENIUS! About alcohol, which I do not drink!



That little DANCE he does *squeals* "Have MY bed!" No...really...
artemisofluna: (London~Eye)
( Sep. 9th, 2009 02:05 pm)
I went to the website to read about the sequel to my second favourite children's book ever The 101 Dalmations. The sequel is called Starlight Barking and Ali TOLD me it was weird. And then I read the wiki page.

The dogs travel to Trafalgar Square where they are addressed from the top of Nelson's Column by Sirius, Lord of the Dog Star, an extraterrestrial dog.

That is awesome.

Having just been there, I can freaking imagine it hahhhahahhaa! Nelson's Column is freakin' huge! Like no humans would realise this alien dog up there barking to his dog friends. I suggest he rent out that platform in Trafalgar Square where he can present his extraterrestrial views as if they were part of an performance art piece, or political activism. Then he would totally blend in.

Oh, Dodie Smith, you're crazy! ♥
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artemisofluna: (London~Eye)
( Sep. 9th, 2009 02:05 pm)
I went to the website to read about the sequel to my second favourite children's book ever The 101 Dalmations. The sequel is called Starlight Barking and Ali TOLD me it was weird. And then I read the wiki page.

The dogs travel to Trafalgar Square where they are addressed from the top of Nelson's Column by Sirius, Lord of the Dog Star, an extraterrestrial dog.

That is awesome.

Having just been there, I can freaking imagine it hahhhahahhaa! Nelson's Column is freakin' huge! Like no humans would realise this alien dog up there barking to his dog friends. I suggest he rent out that platform in Trafalgar Square where he can present his extraterrestrial views as if they were part of an performance art piece, or political activism. Then he would totally blend in.

Oh, Dodie Smith, you're crazy! ♥
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artemisofluna: (I lose my wings)
( Aug. 15th, 2009 05:35 am)
Last day touristing and it was a blast. I dig Ireland hardcore. I have to say, if you do visit Dublin (and I hope you do) make SURE you take a day and get out of the city. Dublin is amazing, but I took a half-day bus tour of the coast and it was the best thing I did hereby far. I wish I had had more time to spend on the coast, but alas! The tour guide/bus driver was this awesome old man (who made jokes like 'that interference you're hearing isn't someone's mobile, it's me pacemaker. Oh, and that one was God sendin' me a text message because me use by date is almost up') who has lived in Dublin his entire life. He sang songs and he was GOOD and it was awesome. And he was hilarious. All the bus driver/guides I have had in Dublin have been fantastic. So if you DO do the bus tours, do the ones from Dublin Bus. Ignore the others, they're fakers! This guy even explained why people from Ireland don't pronounce h. Because there IS no h. So that's why they say 'ting' and the like. I love it. His accent was made of awesome.

We went to Malahide Castle, which makes me squeal with glee. Why? Because there is a Tudor connection. Wait for it. Okay, the family who owned it are the Talbots (the last one who lived there died about 3 months ago, and I think they started living there in 1100 or thereabouts, though I think she sold the home in 76) and the Irish Talbots were related to the English Talbots AKA the Earl of Shrewsburys. The Earl title was created and handed down and one of the Earls, one Lord George Talbot, 6th Earl of Shrewsbury; HE was the Lord Marshal for Queen Elizabeth. And when her wily Scottish cousin Mary got in to a bit of bother, Mary Queen of Scots was placed under Lord Talbot's care (for A LONG TIME). They didn't explain any of this at the castle, but the guide pointed out a picture of "the English cousins" I had a squee. ((And Queen Elizabeth II is a descendant of Talbot's second wife but from her previous marriage to Sir William Cavendish)

See? I AM A BIG FREAKING NERD! None of that came from the tour, it was prior knowledge. Thanks, Phillipa Gregory, even if your novel about all of that was completely unreadable.

Moving on, the castle was beautiful but the coastline...oh my goodness. I'm a big lover of the ocean anyway, but oh. Oh my word. I can't describe it, so I'll let the pictures do that for me. Magnificent. And hopefully it'll make you want to take me at my word. Get out of the city! The coast is breathtaking.

Back in the city, I finally made it in to Kilmainham Gaol! Not a fun time, because it's absolutely unpleasant. The jail was supposed to have a capacity of 120 people at most, and during the potato famine it housed up to 9,000 at one point. Which is unthinkable. And then there's the terrible executions carried out after the Easter Rising in 1916. None of it was feel good stuff, but that's history. Irish history.

Anyway, after that I walked about, visiting Trinity College and I FOUND FITZWILLIAM SQUARE BOOYAH! Granted, I got rained on while I did it, but I was born in Seattle so a little rain doesn't concern me. And it didn't last long. Then I saw a random street acrobat, and gave him 3 euro. Dude, he limboed under a burning pole mere inches off of the ground... Then I strolled back, had dinner at Eddie Rocket's, and came back here. To pack. Because I'm leavin' for MT tomorrow but I GET TO GO THROUGH LONDON FIRST which excites me because I am SO having Caffe Nero again omg.

You have no idea. Unless you do. ;)

New Photos start here and they include the Ghost Bus ones!

Scout, the Fitzwilliam Square photos start here!
artemisofluna: (I lose my wings)
( Aug. 15th, 2009 05:35 am)
Last day touristing and it was a blast. I dig Ireland hardcore. I have to say, if you do visit Dublin (and I hope you do) make SURE you take a day and get out of the city. Dublin is amazing, but I took a half-day bus tour of the coast and it was the best thing I did hereby far. I wish I had had more time to spend on the coast, but alas! The tour guide/bus driver was this awesome old man (who made jokes like 'that interference you're hearing isn't someone's mobile, it's me pacemaker. Oh, and that one was God sendin' me a text message because me use by date is almost up') who has lived in Dublin his entire life. He sang songs and he was GOOD and it was awesome. And he was hilarious. All the bus driver/guides I have had in Dublin have been fantastic. So if you DO do the bus tours, do the ones from Dublin Bus. Ignore the others, they're fakers! This guy even explained why people from Ireland don't pronounce h. Because there IS no h. So that's why they say 'ting' and the like. I love it. His accent was made of awesome.

We went to Malahide Castle, which makes me squeal with glee. Why? Because there is a Tudor connection. Wait for it. Okay, the family who owned it are the Talbots (the last one who lived there died about 3 months ago, and I think they started living there in 1100 or thereabouts, though I think she sold the home in 76) and the Irish Talbots were related to the English Talbots AKA the Earl of Shrewsburys. The Earl title was created and handed down and one of the Earls, one Lord George Talbot, 6th Earl of Shrewsbury; HE was the Lord Marshal for Queen Elizabeth. And when her wily Scottish cousin Mary got in to a bit of bother, Mary Queen of Scots was placed under Lord Talbot's care (for A LONG TIME). They didn't explain any of this at the castle, but the guide pointed out a picture of "the English cousins" I had a squee. ((And Queen Elizabeth II is a descendant of Talbot's second wife but from her previous marriage to Sir William Cavendish)

See? I AM A BIG FREAKING NERD! None of that came from the tour, it was prior knowledge. Thanks, Phillipa Gregory, even if your novel about all of that was completely unreadable.

Moving on, the castle was beautiful but the coastline...oh my goodness. I'm a big lover of the ocean anyway, but oh. Oh my word. I can't describe it, so I'll let the pictures do that for me. Magnificent. And hopefully it'll make you want to take me at my word. Get out of the city! The coast is breathtaking.

Back in the city, I finally made it in to Kilmainham Gaol! Not a fun time, because it's absolutely unpleasant. The jail was supposed to have a capacity of 120 people at most, and during the potato famine it housed up to 9,000 at one point. Which is unthinkable. And then there's the terrible executions carried out after the Easter Rising in 1916. None of it was feel good stuff, but that's history. Irish history.

Anyway, after that I walked about, visiting Trinity College and I FOUND FITZWILLIAM SQUARE BOOYAH! Granted, I got rained on while I did it, but I was born in Seattle so a little rain doesn't concern me. And it didn't last long. Then I saw a random street acrobat, and gave him 3 euro. Dude, he limboed under a burning pole mere inches off of the ground... Then I strolled back, had dinner at Eddie Rocket's, and came back here. To pack. Because I'm leavin' for MT tomorrow but I GET TO GO THROUGH LONDON FIRST which excites me because I am SO having Caffe Nero again omg.

You have no idea. Unless you do. ;)

New Photos start here and they include the Ghost Bus ones!

Scout, the Fitzwilliam Square photos start here!
artemisofluna: (Shaun OH NOES!)
( Aug. 13th, 2009 07:03 am)
In Dublin, and it's beautiful. There was an 'episode' earlier where I couldn't find my hotel, but obviously that's sorted now! I do find it uncool that the street the hotel is on is not on my map. :|

ANYWAY, I started off the day by walking to Regents Park for one last commune with it. It was lovely and a little bit cold! Which is good because yes, I do have a sunburn! Then I checked out of the hotel and took the tube to Heathrow, and as Clare said, there were massive delays. Still, once I got there, everything was easy. No lines, nothing. And I had TWO milkshake frappes from Caffe Nero. Oy Vey. They're so good...

After the hotel debacle, I have to say my room is AWESOME. It's HUGE. It's a single, but I have a double bed, and and bathtub and huge windows and a chandelier. And it's the cheapest hotel I'm staying in! Also definitely the fanciest. And the man who owns it is HILARIOUS. He said he needed something to light up his day and then I walked in. And he said 'Tank you fer choosin' my hotel' and I was like *giggles* "OKAY!" Old Irish man FTW. He is like 80 and awesome.

I walked down O'Connell Street to Grafton Street and I ate at TGIFriday's (shut up) before tooling around St. Stephen's Green. Tomorrow I'm doing the hop on/hop off bus tour because it takes you everywhere and Dublin isn't all that big. Which leaves the next day for my tour of the coast. I'm going to Malahide Castle WHEEEE! Oh, and the ghost bus which is tomorrow night :D

When all is said and done, it's off to Montana to be with my peeps :D

I bought books on Grafton Street. For some reason, I cannot get in to Wicked. All this stuff is happening and they're all 'omg she's green' and I'm like 'omg stop whining, where is Stephen King!?' of course I finished The Stand in Vienna (SO AMAZING). I decided I give up on Elphaba and I bought American Gods by Neil Gaiman, because Circe does a game based on it. And I got The Time Traveller's Wife because Lauren told me to, and she's the one who told me to read The Bronze Horseman which I cannot express my love for in words. SO YAY new books! I decided to branch our from my beloved Mr King, because I really should read other books too... And he knows our love is pure.

PS Irish people are strange (I do realise this implicates me, here...). I like it. But they do yell a lot!

More London Photos Here And Ireland photos Here
artemisofluna: (Shaun OH NOES!)
( Aug. 13th, 2009 07:03 am)
In Dublin, and it's beautiful. There was an 'episode' earlier where I couldn't find my hotel, but obviously that's sorted now! I do find it uncool that the street the hotel is on is not on my map. :|

ANYWAY, I started off the day by walking to Regents Park for one last commune with it. It was lovely and a little bit cold! Which is good because yes, I do have a sunburn! Then I checked out of the hotel and took the tube to Heathrow, and as Clare said, there were massive delays. Still, once I got there, everything was easy. No lines, nothing. And I had TWO milkshake frappes from Caffe Nero. Oy Vey. They're so good...

After the hotel debacle, I have to say my room is AWESOME. It's HUGE. It's a single, but I have a double bed, and and bathtub and huge windows and a chandelier. And it's the cheapest hotel I'm staying in! Also definitely the fanciest. And the man who owns it is HILARIOUS. He said he needed something to light up his day and then I walked in. And he said 'Tank you fer choosin' my hotel' and I was like *giggles* "OKAY!" Old Irish man FTW. He is like 80 and awesome.

I walked down O'Connell Street to Grafton Street and I ate at TGIFriday's (shut up) before tooling around St. Stephen's Green. Tomorrow I'm doing the hop on/hop off bus tour because it takes you everywhere and Dublin isn't all that big. Which leaves the next day for my tour of the coast. I'm going to Malahide Castle WHEEEE! Oh, and the ghost bus which is tomorrow night :D

When all is said and done, it's off to Montana to be with my peeps :D

I bought books on Grafton Street. For some reason, I cannot get in to Wicked. All this stuff is happening and they're all 'omg she's green' and I'm like 'omg stop whining, where is Stephen King!?' of course I finished The Stand in Vienna (SO AMAZING). I decided I give up on Elphaba and I bought American Gods by Neil Gaiman, because Circe does a game based on it. And I got The Time Traveller's Wife because Lauren told me to, and she's the one who told me to read The Bronze Horseman which I cannot express my love for in words. SO YAY new books! I decided to branch our from my beloved Mr King, because I really should read other books too... And he knows our love is pure.

PS Irish people are strange (I do realise this implicates me, here...). I like it. But they do yell a lot!

More London Photos Here And Ireland photos Here
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