A view over the icy bogs on Djouce Mountain, with the Sugarloaf peeking out in the distance, and a close up view of the remains of an ice cap over bog.
Another shot from Djouce – a silhouette of grass blowing in the wind.
Most of the trail up Djouce is constructed of rail road sleepers, to protect the natural bog on the mountain side from being trampled, as well as prevent the bog water from draining away down well worn trails. It could also just be to prevent people getting wet boots. Who knows? It is a narrowContinue reading “Djouce Mountain”
We had a nice stretch of summer over the past three weeks here in Ireland, but the last two days have turned into proper Autumn weather with cold wind and showers. There is rain beating at the window as I type this… It makes me wonder, what sort of Winter we are headed for: aContinue reading “Icy Fingers of Winter Are Coming”