On my second visit to the Curraghmore estate near Portlaw I found this tiny beautiful waterfall. Here are some more pictures from that day.
Horse riders at the entrance to the estate.
A road yet to be explored.
Amazing play of light in the tree branches.
Wild plums in bloom.
Ferns growing on the tree branches.
I saw many pheasants, but they didn’t let me come close. Except this one.
Young pheasant hen didn’t mind me either.
This is not a monster but a pheasant hen taking off.
Good for her. This one was not as careful – pheasants have many natural predators.
Curraghmore House, the residence of Henry Nicholas de la Poer Beresford, 9th Marquess of Waterford.
The Tower, or Steeple, in the distance. I visited this sad monument in March.
I will share more pictures from my walk to The Tower next week.
Have a wonderful weekend!
More than the amazing residence of the Marquess I cannot avoid to think in how magical is that little waterfall. Thank you, Inese. Hoping all’s right around there. n_n
Thank you so much Francis. Glad to hear from you. Hope all is well. I will post two new Curraghmore blogs in November. 🙂
I am disciplining me in order to be able to read. Thank you, Inese. Warm greetings from Peru. : )))
Best wishes sent to Peru 😉
nice shots dear Inese(!)…where will Ireland go with DUP & Brexit in future?
Thank you! No politics on this blog 🙂 Ireland is going to learn from others’ mistakes 😉
Ha ha ha! Your “monster” picture made me laugh! 😂 xxxxxxxx
I laughed too 🙂
Lovely photos .
Wonderful photos Inese… hope you are well.. love Gill .. have a great weekend 🙂
Loved these images! The waterfall was really a great image – looked magical!
I love the first, third and fourth pictures… this waterfall is very cute, and I like how you blurred the frame. Also the branches of those trees are amazing… nature has a lot to offer and to be surprised about 😉
My goodness — these pictures are truly gorgeous. Congrats!
Beautiful photos Inese.
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