So, as you may have noticed, I disappeared for two weeks. Don´t worry, I´m not flaking on my blog, I have no intention of going anywhere. However, I was on holidays. I had hoped to have better access to the internet while I was away but, sadly, that was not the case. I was living off the limited service that my phone provided me with. So; lesson learned – next time I decide to go on holidays I´ll schedule my posts to publish in my absence. What can I say? I was naïve: forgive me!
That said, having missed the weekly challenge last week, I was eager to get this one in on time. I was quite excited when I saw the challenge. I managed to fit in a lot of hill walking on my little trip to Ireland. I feel that this challenge allows me to show off the beautiful landscape that I was lucky enough to see on my trip, while also serving as a little warm up to the posts to come.
So; all that´s left to say is – enjoy!
So, there you have it, my humble entry into the weekly challenge this week. If you liked it, and would like to see some more, check out these entries:
weekly photo challenge: on top
Or click here to be brought to the challenge page.
Hope you all are having a great day.
Thank you for reading and I will talk to you in my next post.
13 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: On Top”
Thanks for the pingback, Giana 🙂
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No problem, it´s my pleasure! Have a great day! 🙂
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Stunning pic. exact right moment 🙂
Thanks so much, I was lucky with this one. I don´t have the best of cameras, its shutter speed is quite slow, so I had a few shots of the sky before I managed to catch this one! Have a great day!
You are just a great photographer. the camera shouldn’t mater then 🙂
Thanks so much, what a lovely comment! Have an absolutely wonderful weekend! 😃🙏
Stunning photos of this beautiful country, Giana. The hawk in flight is amazing. So glad you had a great trip. 🙂
Thanks so much, Sylvia. I do quite like the Hawk, I went to this bird sanctuary while I was away and, as always, I was very snap happy there. It´s funny, I´m usually not a fan of these centres, but I loved this one. No cages, no chains. The birds seemed so relaxed and happy, flying around in their environment. Very well run centre! Have a great day! 🙂
Lovely photos. I hope one day to get to Ireland and try to see where my ancestors came from! 🙂
Thanks very much! I hope you do get to visit someday, it’s a beautiful country! Especially when the weather is good! Have a great weekend! 😃🙏
What’s the best time of year? My ancestors are from Antrim County if that makes a difference!
Unfortunately, Irish weather is a bit unpredictable. It’s always a risk whenever you choose to go. Normally; April, June and September are good enough but, as I said: there’s no guarantee! I was very lucky when I went this April, the weather was great! Sorry I can’t be of more help, sadly, it’s luck of the draw! Generally though the start of June and the start of Septemeber are good!
Thanks! It’s a start! 😉