Our natural heritage is such an important part of all our lives and one we neglect at our peril.
We saw these solar panel fields in Wales a couple of years ago. The panels are placed in such a way that sheep can still graze beneath them. Of course keeping potential vandals out is an issue, and the fields are surrounded by high fencing and are monitored by security cameras. “Danger of Death” seemed quite a foreboding sign!
I am not a great distance traveller. For me I get as much wandering down a local beach as going to some foreign country. Don’t get me wrong, I love to explore new places and cultures, but I find the actual travelling stressful and like my home-comforts too much!
This is one of my favourite Mayo beaches.
Earth meets ocean.
I saw this hoverfly while I was talking the photo of the blossom, but imagine my surprise when I downloaded the photo and saw that I have caught it in mid-flight.
The walls of this Welsh castle provided security for it inhabitants in the early 12th Century.
I love all the shapes, colours and textures of these densely packed shells, pebbles and sand
Downpatrick head on the NW coast of County Mayo here in the West of Ireland has some of the most dramatic sea cliffs you can find in Ireland. It was a bit foggy the day this picture was taken.
Inspired by this week’s Photo Challenge – Atop