Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Wexford Sights (XXVII)


I don't really have anything to add to the above photograph, which was taken in the forest on Oulart Hill recently. It's a place that I love for two reasons: firstly, there are spectacular views of the surrounding landscape, the light through the trees is often breathtakingly beautiful, and in the summer it's full of mushrooms; secondly, there's rarely anyone there, so I can let the hound off the lead to gallop about the place without having to worry about encountering other dogs or people (not because he's aggressive; more that he's wildly friendly, and believes the best way to introduce himself to other dogs is to hurl himself at them, which some people find disconcerting). 



Below is a picture taken just a few minutes ago, on the beach near my house. It's a bit blurry, even though it was taken with a tripod, but I like it all the same.

2 comments:

jams o donnell said...

It's good to have somewhere to go that is beautiful around the year. It must be heaven for the hound too

A Doubtful Egg said...

It's full of exciting smells, the ground is good and soft for digging, and it's large enough for a hour's walking - yes, the hound loves it!