The beauty of Wicklow

In the mean time I am working on my latest sail boat I thought I should share some pictures that I took on Friday evening, while relaxing down at the beach in Kilcoole.

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The beach looking north, it was a beautiful evening and hardly no wind at all.

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On the beach looking South, and in the distance is where Wicklow town is, you’ll see a light house at the end of the beach.

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The beach is full of small rocks, and I just love all these different colours.Image

the sea was very calm this evening, and enjoyed just sitting there listening to the waves rolling in…extremely relaxing.

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Peter and I always have a lot of fun, and here the rocks has gotten some small faces. Wonder what people might think when/if they find those  hehe

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This is what I saw when turning around shooting towards the sun, there is a rail track behind that fence.

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And here in the distance you see the Wicklow mountains, this grounds in between me and the mountains, is the Murrough WetlandsThe Murrough’ is a 15 km long coastal wetland area, extending south of Greystones as far as Wicklow Town. It is the largest coastal wetland complex on the East coast of Ireland and is a magnificent wildlife haven and an outstanding area of natural heritage.

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I took this close up picture of  a flower on the way back to the car, and do you see the bugs in there?

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Hope you’ve enjoyed this little ‘tour’ and stay tuned for my newest work, it will be posted soon.

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