Snow is very rare here in Co. Waterford which is in what is known as The Sunny South-East of Ireland. So, you have to bear with my childish delight when I saw that the Comeragh Mountains were white the other morning as I made my way to the beach.
There was clarity everywhere and the sea itself was rolling in like a carpet of snow.
Onwards towards the mountains and yet more contrasting colours:
The road up by Mahon Falls was a wonderland of colours that we so seldom see in combinations like this …
or this …
And way below, the Copper Coast was shimmering and calling me back down:
It’s on treasured mornings like this that my spirit flies freely over the ocean to snowy countries where many of my precious readers live.