Ross Island is a small peninsula in Lough Leane near Killarney in the largest National Park in Ireland with some 20 thousand acres of beautiful scenery. Here you still find undisturbed old woodlands which is rare in Ireland as forests were cleared for different reasons in the past. Ever changing views of mountains and lakes, islands and rivers and of course fauna and flora are worth regular visits with or without your camera.
On a beautiful spring day like yesterday everything felt just great, and some things tasted great - like the fresh green shots of wild garlic.
A warm and gentle breeze, excited little birds all bore witness of things to come, like ...summer?
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