Just outside Macroom on the road to Inchigeela is The Gearagh region of the Lee valley. I can’t quite believe I missed it the last time; I must have been half asleep driving west. But anyway here it is in all it’s creepyness.
That’s about all I’m going to subject you to for now. Flickr for more.
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My missus and I stopped there three years ago for a look on the way back from a wander around Gougane Barra. It was, as you say, creepy. Worth a google, this place. It’s unique in Western Europe, apparently. The photos, as ever, are brilliant.
Super photos but ESB should have removed all the tree stumps when they flooded the area in 1950’s for the hydro electric scheme. The area was even more beautiful before the dam was constructed. Any sensible tourist authority would set out marked walks around the area which (in theory) would encourage tourists.
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