Till we meet again


It is my last post of the series, but I will return to the mountains as I always do, and share more pictures in the future.

I will probably visit the mountains in May to walk through the Rhododendron Fairy Tunnel…

fairy tunnel


…and revisit Glenary village.


I am also curious if the tiny spruces and larches that are hidden in the tall grass haven’t grown up already since the picture was taken in 2013.


To add the last touches to my photo story about Comeragh Mountains I drive along the Eastern ridge which I hope to revisit when the weather gets more summery. Late afternoon sun paints the mountains in rich, warm colors.

I park at the side of the road and enjoy the beauty of Stookangarriff Ridge and Coumshingaun. At the bottom of the almost vertical cliff there hides Ireland’s most beautiful lake.

I continue driving along the mountain road, and it feels like flying a small airplane.


More coums, big and small …


… and sheep, always sheep, with red, blue or yellow painted bottoms.


The mountains are their life. Rough life.


To complete a full circle around the Comeraghs, I drive along the Southern part of the mountains.

Once I stuck in this place for a couple of hours, because my car refused to start. It did, eventually, and I still have no idea what happened. Must be fairies. Anyway, as I managed to start the car and hurried home, I looked in the rear view mirror and noticed something unusual in the sky. I got out of the car and could not believe my eyes: a perfect heart-shaped cloud was hanging at the edge of the hill, and another cloud that looked like a pair of angel wings, was hovering over the heart. I had already packed my camera, but managed to take it out quickly and get a couple of shots before the clouds disappeared.

This Cloud Heart is here for all of you who took your time to read about my favorite mountains, and to be an active participant of our grand hike 🙂 Thank you so much for all your wonderful comments and friendship! When I take more photographs to put up another Comeragh mountain blog, we will meet again. Stay fit 😉

My next blog is about creatures 🙂

inesemjphotography  Have a wonderful weekend!



  1. Breath taking. You have such an eye fro capturing the beauty and the grandeur of the mountains and then you have these amazing ones in black and white of the sheep that are like a whole step back in time xxxxx

      1. Don’t worry my darling. I don’t know if it was maybe me by mistake when I scrolled down here one time and it jammed as it often does her cos we are near the North Sea, and clicked unfollow but I had no notifications of your posts so I was just catching up.

        1. Ah, no worries, I am on an off myself, and all my posts are written in advance. I write when I have the time for writing 🙂 This week i only answer the comments and don’t even have time to visit xxxx

    1. Thank you so much, Linda! These are mostly my old photographs. I am too busy to go to the mountains these days 😦 Hope you come to Ireland some day and use my blog as a route planner 😉

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