The iconic Mizen footbridge at Ireland’s most Southwesterly point. Well worth a visit for the stunning scenery. If you’re lucky you might even spot seals or humpback whales in the water below 🐋💦.
Have you visited Mizen Head?
Who doesn't love an Irish landscape with the sun setting?
Something to know about me: I'm a bigger fan of greenery than beaches. Give me cabins over ocean front hotels any day of the week....I can't stand bugs, but I love the smell of citronella, so it works. THE ONLY beach I'll ever love is Turks and Caicos, where Shawn and I honeymooned and are returning to in October for our 5 year anniversary 🙆😎.
Ahhhhh, fresh green, sunshine, and a cloudy sky are all ingredients in my paradise pie ❤️. Whoa....that rhymes.
🎶When I find myself in times of trouble, Mother Mary comes to me
Speaking words of wisdom, let it be🎶
(No point reading further unless you have read last 3 posts!) So with our best smiles,we asked "is this private"He replied there is a sign on the gate.Told him neither of us saw the sign as gate open &we had got excited seeing all the deer.We apologised &he was fine.(sorry no exciting ending.No shotgun,nor were we chased)Sony alpha 7
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Pinch to Zoom:⠀
One thing I wish I was able to capture in this photo was a bit more sense of scale. When everything in frame is huge, and competing for attention it's easy to get lost in what you're looking at. In the future I will work harder to capture a bit more sense of scale in my photos so they can speak for themselves.
For scale, these cliffs are 400ft tall, and if you zoom, you can seethe tiny silhouettes of people standing on the ledges across the way.
Este viernes te traemos un pueblo muy colorido: ¡Cobh en el Condado de Cork! Este pequeño pueblo portuaria en 1912 fue el último puerto de escala del Titanic. Cuéntanos en los comentarios si has estado por aquí. #firstname.lastname@example.org