In celebration of St. Patrick’s Day – a special deal on 8 x 10 black and white framed prints of Ireland available in My Etsy Store
To view more photographs from my Ireland collection please visit Jacqueline LaRocca Photography
Feeling the Serenity of the Winter Solstice
In the Northern Hemisphere, the Winter Solstice is the darkest day of the year preceding the gradual return of sunlight. These photographs represent to me the Winter Solstice based on their shadows and light found in serene, natural places around the world. To see more of my photographs please visit www.JacquelineLaRocca.com
Watch a video of Ancient Ireland in honor of All Souls Day
Navan Fort “Eamhain Macha” is an ancient monument in County Armagh, Northern Ireland located at 81 Killylea Rd., Armagh BT60 4 LD, Northern Ireland.
Navan Fort “Eamhain Macha” was a royal, ceremonial site that existed from 700 BC to 100 BC. Navan Fort was founded by Queen Macha, a beautiful Celtic warrior queen with golden hair. During her reign, Navan Fort was the royal capital of Ulster. The original site was circular and spanned 16 acres. The site is also associated with the ancient Celtic warrior Cuchulainn. In 332 AD the site was destroyed by fire, presumably the result of religious conflict between Pagans and Christians. What remains today is a large, grass covered mound where visitors can feel the ancient spirits from long ago.
Photos available at www.JacquelineLaRocca.com