On an Irish Beach


On the beach

Getting their feet wet!

washed up after the storm

Anyone who lives in Ireland, or who has visited, knows that the weather can change – very suddenly!  As I write this the wind is howling outside and the rain is lashing against the windows.  As a contrast, these photos were taken this morning, at Harbour View near Kilbrittain, west Cork.    We were on our way back from a wedding in Rosscarbery, and even though I was feeling a bit under the weather delicate (maybe from the dancing /drinking till the early hours) the walk along the beach, watching the horses,and a few people walking their dogs,  soon brightened up the day!   There was even a bench conveniently close by to have a rest and admire the view.

A seat to enjoy the view

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20 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. wildsherkin
    Apr 25, 2014 @ 21:51:42

    Absolutely gorgeous images!

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  2. JF
    Apr 25, 2014 @ 21:58:52

    Love this post! Best to you!

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  3. Mary O'Callaghan
    Apr 25, 2014 @ 21:58:57

    Did you call into The Pink for a coffee? You do know that you were in my neck of the Woods?

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  4. The "ME" Project
    Apr 25, 2014 @ 23:48:56

    I want so badly to travel to Ireland!

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  5. Fluffy Tufts
    Apr 26, 2014 @ 08:09:47

    Love the photos! My favourite is the first one with the horses. Really makes me want to be there

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  6. Cindi
    Apr 26, 2014 @ 09:39:12

    Gorgeous images. I particularly like the different perspectives that you captured.

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  7. Roy McCarthy
    Apr 26, 2014 @ 16:36:29

    Wonderful West Cork – hope to get back that way before too much longer.

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  8. Ruth2Day
    Apr 27, 2014 @ 18:12:16

    these are really lovely photos.

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  9. aj vosse
    May 04, 2014 @ 11:19:59

    The Irish weather?? Wouldn’t say ‘summer’ has officially arrived! 😉

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  10. http://theenglishprofessoratlarge.com
    May 04, 2014 @ 15:14:18

    Wonderful shots of the horses and sea. I love Ireland, but when I expressed a desire to live there to a friend who is from there, he immediately said, “No, don”t. The weather is fierce. Just go for a vacation.” One day, I might go back for another visit.

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