cohlehart:

G A E I L G E: traditional songs sung partially or completely in the irish language.

i. Sí Do Mhaimeó Í| Celtic Woman
ii. Bheadh Buachaillín Deas Ag Síle | Solas
iii. Goltraí | Méav
iv. Aililiú Na Gamhna | Orla Fallon
v. Mo Ghile Mear | The Chieftains
vi. Sliabh Geal gCua na Feile | Solas
vii. Buachaill ón Éirne | The Corrs
viii. Fionnghuala | Anuna

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cohlehart:

G A E I L G E: traditional songs sung partially or completely in the irish language.

i. Sí Do Mhaimeó Í| Celtic Woman

ii. Bheadh Buachaillín Deas Ag Síle | Solas

iii. Goltraí | Méav

iv. Aililiú Na Gamhna | Orla Fallon

v. Mo Ghile Mear | The Chieftains

vi. Sliabh Geal gCua na Feile | Solas

vii. Buachaill ón Éirne | The Corrs

viii. Fionnghuala | Anuna

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eastofthemoon:

Dark Ages Indeed by Fairygodflea

eastofthemoon:

Dark Ages Indeed by Fairygodflea


bluepueblo:

Sunset, Isle of Skye, Scotland

bluepueblo:

Sunset, Isle of Skye, Scotland


The Irish saga of The Wooing of Étaín was told during the tour in the Ardagh Heritage Centre. The sculpture of Midir&Étaín can be found at the back of the centre in the park that houses many native Irish broadleaved trees. Nature and culture brought together on the wings of a butterfly which sits on Midir’s right wing

The Irish saga of The Wooing of Étaín was told during the tour in the Ardagh Heritage Centre. The sculpture of Midir&Étaín can be found at the back of the centre in the park that houses many native Irish broadleaved trees. Nature and culture brought together on the wings of a butterfly which sits on Midir’s right wing


helenmask:

A commission from a friend this is Brigid 

helenmask:

A commission from a friend this is Brigid 


purelypixar:

elsa-stole-a-tardis requested:

Little Merida following the Will-O-The-Wisps


pinuparena:

By Glenn Kim

pinuparena:

By Glenn Kim


If this is your forest, you must know everything about it ?


ladylesidhe:

Celtic Mythology: Epona- Goddess of horses

Epona was a protector of horses, donkeys, and mules. She was particularly a goddess of fertility, as shown by her attributes of a patera, cornucopia, ears of grain and the presence of foals in some sculptures. She and her horses might also have been leaders of the soul in the after-life ride, with parallels in Rhiannon of the Mabinogion Unusual for a Celtic deity, most of whom were associated with specific localities, the worship of Epona, “the sole Celtic divinity ultimately worshiped in Rome itself,” was widespread in the Roman Empire between the first and third centuries AD. [x]

ladylesidhe:

Celtic Mythology: Epona- Goddess of horses

Epona was a protector of horses, donkeys, and mules. She was particularly a goddess of fertility, as shown by her attributes of a patera, cornucopia, ears of grain and the presence of foals in some sculptures. She and her horses might also have been leaders of the soul in the after-life ride, with parallels in Rhiannon of the Mabinogion Unusual for a Celtic deity, most of whom were associated with specific localities, the worship of Epona, “the sole Celtic divinity ultimately worshiped in Rome itself,” was widespread in the Roman Empire between the first and third centuries AD. [x]