I went for a walk on the main road yesterday and took the above picture with my mobile phone. I captured a rainbow on the right and the cloud just about to deposit a cloud on top of Hungry Hill.
Hungry Hill is over two thousand feet high and its Mares tail waterfall is the largest in Ireland and the UK.
It's over on Beara Peninsula across from us here on Sheepshead. Behind us is Mizen Peninsula.
Daphne Du Maurier wrote the book "Hungry Hill" about copper mine owners. There was also a film of it starring Margaret Lockwood.
It was good to have a four mile walk, look at the view, not get wet and listen to some Prog Rock on Spotify through my earphones. I never saw a soul to talk to except some kind motorists who pulled out and indicated when they drove past me.
Ireland in the countryside next to the sea is a nice place to be when it's not blowing a gale or raining. Today it's throwing it down. Spent the morning potting on and watering in the polytunnel. Roll on Spring. I hope we can go on a sun holiday next year.