Curraghmore House – another visit

Curraghmore House

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.

Curraghmore House

A road yet to be explored.

Curraghmore House

Amazing play of light in the tree branches.

Evergreen ivy.

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 Β Henry Nicholas de la Poer Beresford, 9th Marquess of Waterford.

Curraghmore House

Farm buildings.

Curraghmore

The Tower, or Steeple, in the distance.Β I visited this sad monument in March.

Steeple

I will share more pictures from my walk to The Tower next week.

wwww.inesemjphotography.comΒ Have a wonderful weekend!

34 comments

  1. 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 πŸ˜‰

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  2. Wow you take such nice photos. I love the tiny waterfall that seemed surreal and your nature photos you have the eye for. You have such history in your country. Love seeing the old buildings ❀

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  3. Perfectly enchanting photos, Inese. I really liked taking this walk with you, you have a way of pulling out the sweetest beauties. I love that tiny waterfall.

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