#MyPaddysDay: Your photos from the festivities

#MyPaddysDay: Your photos from the festivities

As St Patrick’s festivities take place around the country, we want to see how you’re celebrating our national day!

Tweet or post to Instagram using the hashtag #MyPaddysDay, or send them to us on Facebook, and we’ll collect them here!

Cork photographer John Delaney snapped both the photo above of Cork City Hall and this beautiful shot of Blackrock Castle, both set green for the festival.

#MyPaddysDay: Your photos from the festivities

Mairóna and her troop of Irish blondes was representing Kerry in London to great effect.

Darragh Doyle didn't use our hashtag, but we had to include this photo of the man cleaning up the parade mess…

Some of us are taking a spin to the far-flung corners of our own island —

While others, like journalist Lisa Blakes is celebrating in style with these cupcakes in London. We’re jealous.

Sharon Harrington from Buttevant, Cork, is enjoying St Patrick's Day at Marble Mountain, Danang, Vietnam – with some help from a friend.

#MyPaddysDay: Your photos from the festivities

Niamh Reilly and Eamon McGlade sent us photos of their local parade:

#MyPaddysDay: Your photos from the festivities

Back down in Cork, UCC staff member Tom McCarthy got up close an personal with the parade:

Margaret Teskey might be living in San Francisco, but she know how to unwind. That’s some pro-level Irish coffee making - must have worked in a bar in a past life.

And there are los of dogs getting dressed up fpor the occasion. Seriously: lots.

Keep them coming in!


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