Keep to the speed limit - if you dare!
Nick Albert on the Burren.
Typical Glenmadrie weather.
Living high in the hills has benefits.
The Cliffs of Moher.
702 feet high. Not my idea of a good spot to dangle your legs.
Little wonder the Cliffs of Moher are one of the most visited attractions in Ireland.
Not a boat in sight! Lough Graney, County Clare.
Beautiful County Clare.
Lough Derg County Clare.
In the shade of the hill, the frost is slow to melt.
A pine marten feeding in the winter.
The 'Beast from the East' brought blizzards and weeks of snow.
Ireland isn't always green.
Our pond frozen solid.
Time to get digging!
A rotten fence post can be home to an entire ecosystem.
The forest is my happy place.
High on the cliffs overlooking the moor.
Walking with Lady in the forest.
One of my favourite pictures.
Ireland has some of the best light for photography in the world.
For a couple of mornings a year, this forest is bathed with a golden sunrise.
It's worth getting up early in Ireland. Sunrise over the Green Valley.
A magical mist morning at Glenmadrie.
It's a privilege to live in such a beautiful place.
Not a map, this is Lichen growing on a rock.
Sunsets can be pretty spectacular too.
Not Photoshopped! It was just before dawn when I came across this magical forest glade glowing under the light of a full moon.
Even the dilapidated farm buildings look wonderful.
Moss like Christmas decorations.
This moss is a sure sign of pure air. No pollution here.
We do green rather well in Ireland.
Another glade, deep in the forest.
One of the many waterfalls near our house.
Sunrise over Glenmadrie. Heaven!
The tree pollen in summer can easily be mistaken for mist. Luckily, I don't suffer with hayfever.
Beautiful, but unfortunately named. The bog bean.
A wild orchid on my meadow.
Orchids here grow wild on the moor.
Another wild orchid. Perfect beauty.
We are so lucky to have a growing population of red squirrels at Glenmadrie.
These lovely creatures are rare in Ireland.
Now where did I put that peanut?
Even the wildlife is friendly in Ireland.