Reinhart Kevin

Posted by on February 3, 2015 in General |

It used the vine service, which the Countess of 1851 got from the great exhibition. Many guests have stayed in the House. Sometimes I try to imagine how it must have been, when the soup was served and the clouds broke up. Her husband and present astronomers put her spoon down immediately and left the dining room, their warmest coats to zuknopfend and after the hats, only to rush to the telescope? I don’t think. Under the constructed view of Mary Rosse will have they enjoyed the pleasures of the table continue with wit and talks, until the last delicious pudding was eaten up. There is no doubt that Mary thought “big” Rosse.

Sometimes I could despair when I think of the Victorian wing, the building to let, which, however, keeps the light from the flanks Tower from the 17th century. She needed this huge nursery where she could overlook the city, and the high bedroom of upstairs, pretty bad full with the children, educators and friends and guests from around the world. It is potentially very exhausting to imagine all the projects and construction work in and around the Castle, which took place in the middle of the 19th century. Rosse Mary must have had creative skills and a great imagination as well as lots of energy and a good organizational skills. But when she turned from building and designing to the observing, recording and adherence, this skill benefited themselves: we are eternally grateful for the wonderful insights that they allowed us in our own past. (A. R.

birr Castle, October 1986) Engelsdorfer Publishing House now presents within its Pernobilis Edition the valuable book “Impressions of an Irish Countess” by David H Davison in a German translation by Reinhart Kevin axe. From the early days of black and white photography: David H. Davison – impressions of an Irish Countess.

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