Wednesday 27th December

Mick O’Callaghan – Schull, West Cork.

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Mick O’Callaghan – Schull, West Cork.

 

‘My most cherished memory happened when I was twenty-one years old. I was out potting for lobsters and crabs with a local fisherman on a flat calm summer’s day. We were in Dunmanus Bay. As we were steaming up the bay to collect a string of thirty pots, I saw what looked like a huge wave rolling in from the open Atlantic. It stretched the full width of the bay. But the water turned out to be a massive pod of dolphins, and soon, we were surrounded by hundreds of them. They swam with the boat and I sat at the end of the bow to watch in amazement. I cherish this memory, as I have never seen the likes of it since.’

 

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3 Responses to “Mick O’Callaghan – Schull, West Cork.”

  1. David Horgan says:

    A great musician and fisherman.

  2. Anne Daly says:

    Great photo & story.

  3. Barry Sweeney says:

    Great photo Mick.

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