I have posted about this collection on a previous occasion and it contains some great images of a tourist’s visit to Ireland in 1967. Even though we complain about Irish summers I honestly think that the slightly menacing sky in the first slide is far more interesting than a clear blue one. I also think that the Kodachrome process really enhances the Irish landscape bringing out the various green and blue hues. The small figures on Banna Strand, County Kerry and the children playing on the dunnes in the second image taken at Rossbeigh Beach pull you into the images giving them a sense of scale and animation. You can also see some interesting earlier Kodachrome photographs at House of Mirth.