Narrow Aperture. Old Weir Bridge. My aperture was probably set to around f/8 or maybe f/11, so not exactly as narrow as it could have been, but this is probably my favorite shot from today.
This is the Old Weir Bridge, taken from a viewpoint of the Meeting of the Waters, from behind the Dinis Teahouse. While we did walk out to the bridge, it was this view with the reflections of the trees and the mountains in the background that really showed the magic of the scene.
The bridge was probably built in the 16th century, and has been standing ever since. It's absolutely gorgeous.
A snapshot from last weekend, when the waters of Lough Leane overflowed into the grounds of Ross Castle. A challenge for anybody looking for a parking space, but a real treat for the ducks! This is one of my favourite places to visit. Hundreds of years of history and views to take your breath away... It's a wonderful place in a beautiful part of the world, with a quiet dignity that never fails to remind me just how unnecessary much of our daily hustle and bustle really is. 💛
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I think this is possibly the most Irish photo I have ever taken. All it’s missing is a sheep and a packet of Taytos! Happy St Patrick’s Day and have a great weekend! 🇮🇪 🍻
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Bienvenidos al Castillo Ross, Condado de Kerry. La leyenda cuenta que su propietario, O’Donoghue saltó desde la ventana del gran salón del castillo y desapareció en las aguas del lago, junto con su caballo, su mesa y su biblioteca, y que ahora vive en un gran palacio en el fondo del lago. ¿Alguien ha visitado este lugar? ☘