Walking on the beach at Greencastle I spotted these little trees ... they made me smile
And this last one looked like a couple of shadow ladies getting ready to run into the water
|Flat calm, with Carlingford yacht club in the background|
Coined by Sylvia Wright in Harper’s Magazine (The Death of Lady Mondegreen, Nov 1954) from a mishearing of a line in the Scottish ballad The Bonnie Earl O' Moray: "They have slain the Earl O' Moray, / And laid him on the green" (misheard as “Lady Mondegreen”).
And it is now defined as a misheard lyric which gives it a new and humorous meaning ...
|Looking out to the Irish Sea at Kilkeel Harbour|
|A single hydrangea hanging on to its colour|
|Crocuses showing their heads|