Waiting for Ophelia

There is a Red Weather warning here in Ireland today.

What better thing to do than work on my photos while waiting for the weather to go mad outside. For now it is pretty mild, the wind is a bit random and comes from all directions but otherwise nothing else is going on. Believe me, I am not complaining.

We went out to walk the dogs in the forest and just came back. At least this is done for the day. Now we can just wait it out!!

I selected a few images for you today, since Halloween is coming here is something with cobwebs and feeling spooky…

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The Hidden Lake

There is this fantastic place tucked deep into Newvillage Woods.

We call it THE HIDDEN LAKE because if you don’t know it is there it just pops out of nowhere between the trees. It is the most amazing site.

Only 1 hour and a 1/2 walk from Oughterard if you feel like walking one gorgeous day.

I am positive most people don’t even know it is there.

So here is a few shots. Some of them are from last autumn and some from the summer.

lake in the forest, Newvillage, Galway, Ireland

That summer feeling

Just have a look what you are missing if you don’t wake up early one day and hit the countryside!!

summer landscape from Connemara

Ireland is amazing at this time of the year. The lush green is outstanding, no wonder everyone is raving about the Irish Green. 

Once you have a look at my latest shots you will see why

 

And then there is the light of the early morning, there is nothing more amazing thasn that!! Taking photos at this time of the day is my most favourite occupation in the world

thanks for being here with me!!!

summer grasses

My Connemara May Bank Holiday Walk

I have to say that when I woke up at 5.30am this morning and I heard the rain dancing on the roof, I didn’t really feel that inspired to walk the dogs. A few hot cups of coffee later I donned…

Source: My Connemara May Bank Holiday Walk

Walking Connemara

This is me, walking and taking photos as usual. Only the background changes Thanks for walking with me 😉

Source: Walking Connemara