What I do have are a very particular set of skills; skills I have acquired over a very long career – Bryan Mills (aka Liam Neeson), Taken.
And make no mistake Liam Neeson will look for you, will find you, and WILL green you.
At locations like Dingle, the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Dunluce Castle, Kilkenny Castle, Derryclare Lough, Newgrange and Titanic Belfast.
Taken with a green filter
The footage will be interwoven with images from Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening initiative.
That will see famous landmarks and iconic sites illuminated in green each year on St Paddy’s Day, Wednesday, March 17.
The Taken actor waxed lyrical about his native country.
He said: ‘This year, more than ever, seeing the world turn green for St Patick’s Day will help to bring positivity and hope to millions on 17 March.
‘This is a reminder of the beautiful island that awaits when it is safe to travel again.’
The man himself
The announcement of the new landmarks to be greened around the world has always been a highlight of the year and this year is no exception.
And may even be more dramatic with the absence of us to spoil the view.
The Tourism Ireland initiative began on March 17, 2010, when the Sydney Opera House was bathed in shades of green.
Viva Green Vegas
While the Welcome sign in Las Vegas will be emerald too…
Hopefully in preparation for the delegation of Travel professionals from this island going out to their American Travel Fair in the Autumn.
Our friends at Tourism Ireland earlier this month announced details of those famous attractions and reminded us too of the debt we owe to Wales.
It is after all the birthplace of St Patrick, where the village of Portmeirion will green up.
Over the coming week, Tourism Ireland will roll out its St Patrick’s film in 12 markets around the world.
Including Britain, the United States, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Canada, the Nordic countries, the GCC (Gulf Cooperaton Council), the Netherlands, Belgium and Switzerland.
Seth’s magnus opum
For a broader sense of Ireland’s Greening of the World, check out the beautiful book of that name by renowned Irish journalist Seth Linder.
And because every picture tells a story, here is a further selection from his book.
Rio de Greeneiro
Should it not be Moulin Verde?
A little bit of Scotland
Of course, there will be a corner of North Berwick, here in Scotland which will be Forever Green.