By Sebastian Kraus
Sunday morrning, i was enjoying the silence (apart from the noise coming from passing cars behind), glenco and its lochan na h-achlaise. a magic place and a breathe-taking view if you can catch the morning light. can't get enough of this place!
By Nick Warinton
Although burning has traditionally been used as a management tool to keep land open, it can have adverse environmental impacts. aside from the impact on birds and wildlife, the land can be eroded by heavy rainfall on soils exposed by these fires.
By Andrew Stack
A visual reminder to the origins of dublin. dubh /d̪uβ/, alt. /d̪uw/, alt /d̪u:/ meaning "black, dark", and lind /lʲiɲ[d̪ʲ] "pool". a "dark pool" but this one comes with reflections of winter.
By Alex Cassels
Early evening view of horses grazing the lush green pastures of aghadoe hill in springtime overlooking lake killarney and the mountains of killarney national park beyond in county kerry, ireland.