Tag: mayo

Sunny at Downpatrick Head | Mayo 2018

Sunset and Fashion on the Atlantic Edge with Sunny Juddy Stylist

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Pope Francis on his Pilgrimage to Mayo Tomorrow August 26th | Knock is Ready for the Holy Father Short Visit

Dive into the virtual sphere of the Shrine in Knock, before Pope Francis visit it tomorrow on Sunday 26th August 2018

Meeting Pope Francis Tomorrow?| Knock Is Ready for Thousands of Pilgrims around the Site of Apparition

Knock ready for the visit of Pope Francis tomorrow, on Sunday 26th August 2018 | Watch the spherical video 360 degrees around to dive into the spheres of an apparition of Virgin Mary with crew as reported in the area in 1879 | Footage taken in Knock, on evening of the last New Year’s day  6:30 pm, and o 9th August 2018 Walkinto Knock when you can’t join the Pope there’s in person Wikipedia: Knock Shrine (Irish: Cnoc Mhuire, “Hill of Mary” or “Mary’s Hill”) is a Roman Catholic pilgrimage site and National Shrine in the village of Knock, County Mayo, Ireland, where observers stated that there was an apparition of […]

HUDSON-TAYLOR ‘Deja Vu’ in Castlebar | Video-360

Hudson-Taylor Deja Vu from Castlebar | dive into the gig in the Royal in full spherical VR Video-360

2017 between Galway and Mayo | vol. 1, 360 degrees around and backward with Depeche Mode

2017 around 360 degrees | Vol.1 On The Road to Mayo with Depeche Mode in Dublin, St. Patrick Day on Galway’s Westend and in Oughterard, and some other spheres of life around Ireland landing it at T.J. Gibbons on the borderline in Shrule… #happy2018 #NYE2018

Barbie captured around Mayo and Galway | Fantasy Animation, VR 360 around

Barbie in Mayo, VR 360 | Plastic doll animated after shifting her beetle car under the bridge to engage with the spirit of Bangor Rug Tree

All Ghosts Sound A Bit Welsh in ‘Rubby Room’ – The Craic with David O’Doherty

By Avril HORAN For comedian David O’Doherty, all ghosts “sound a bit Welsh”.  We uncover this fascinating tidbit at a comedy show held in the King’s Head Ruby Room as part of the Galway International Arts Festival. His unique style of stand-up has won him international acclaim, and we had an opportunity to chat with him before he took tested out new material on the “lab rats” at this lunchtime event.   Naturally I open with the question what’s the Craic? “It’s a tricky word,” he says, “and its very often used to describe terrible things – ‘we were only having the craic’ when someone has just taken your bed and […]