The grandeur of Irish cathedrals? Beyond compare.
Irish pubs are just the most welcoming.
The ruins of Hoar Abbey.
Vestiges of conflict, vestiges of woe.
While in Belfast, snow covered the distant hills.
A trip to Ireland simply would not be complete without a visit to St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Dublin.
The Cliffs of Moher. Enough said.
Outside Hook Lighthouse, deep in the Southeast of the country.
My footsteps receding along the Antrim Coast.
On a 12k hike round Glendalough.
The Burren–the second-largest rock desert in all of Europe, and one of Ireland’s six National Parks.
Welcome to the churchyard at Clonmacnoise.
Powerscourt, where some of The Count of Monte Cristo was filmed.
The Gap of Dunloe, between two mountain ranges.
Glendalough’s round tower, built about 1000 years ago.
Ah, the Wicklow Mountains. A home to me.
Forests on the grounds of Glendalough. Mysteriously beautiful and fairy tale-esque.