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Subject:

Gruaig san fharraige

From:

Liz Gabay <[log in to unmask]>

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List for Scholars and Students of Gaelic Folk Traditions <[log in to unmask]>

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Sun, 23 Jul 2006 07:11:46 +0100

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Mí Lúnasa seo caite, bhíomar in Iarthar Contae an Chláir. Mhol bean
an tí Loop Head (Ceann Léime sa Ghaeilge, más buan mo chuimhne) agus
Bridges of Ross dúinn. Chuamar ann sa charr. Bhí an áit uaigneach,
agus ní fhacamar turasóirí seachas muidne féin ansin. Ag na
Droichid, chonaic mé rud iontach san uisce – feamainn fhada agus cuma
gruaig órga na mban uirthi. Thóg mé grianghraf agus chuir ar leathanach
gréasáin anseo, más mian leat é a fheiceáil.
    
 http://hometown.aol.com/egabay/ceannleime.html

     An bhfuil a fhios ag duine ar bith – cad is ainm don fheamainne
seo? Agus ar thosaigh scéalta na maighdine mara mar gheall ar an
bhfeamainn? Liz Gabay


(Here’s a link to a photo of seaweed that looks like a woman’s hair, taken
by me at Loop Head in West County Clare. I wonder if this is what started
the stories about mermaids.)


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