Happy St. Patrick's day!

As all proper Irish-wannabes, we start celebrating St. Patrick's day at least a week before the 17th March. I went out to a party last night, filled with ceili dance, Irish music and happy people with  funny hats. St. Patrick also decided to show up, though I failed to take his photo. I managed to snap this photo of a Croatian group of people dancing ceili:

May you always have...
Walls for the winds
A roof for the rain
Tea beside the fire
Laughter to cheer you
Those you love near you
And all your heart might desire.


  1. I don't even know what ceili is, but it sure looks like you had a lot of fun!

  2. I like these words which you have written:) Nice post.

  3. Hello Mirela

    You have been included in the CDP portal, and you are displaying our logo at the top of your side-bar. All this is great. However, you are not posting regularly enough. Our community posts daily wherever possible, and I would not like to see Zagreb DP drop below 3 posts each week.

    You might find that you receive more comments if you were to remove the Word Verification from the commenting. Many of our members dislike WV intensely.


  4. Welcome to the Daily Photo Blog community!

  5. Hi Julie, yes I'm aware I'm not posting regularly, I'm waiting for non-freezing temperatures and snow to subside (which are extremely unusual at this time of year). I'm hoping the promise of warmer weather starting this weekend will get me out of the office and house and my camera rolling. :)

    As much as I personally hate word verification, I find it to be extremely effective against constant spamming (games, bets,... links to random sites) which then requires my constant involvement for which I simply do not have time.

  6. @Valladolid - thanks for the welcome :)

  7. @Hilda - ceili is Irish traditional dance. If you've ever seen Lord of the Dance, that's what it is. It takes highly coordinated and fast leg movements which always impresses me!

  8. @crocodyl - thanks, though, the words are not mine, it's a traditional Irish blessing :)