Day two was drizzly with grey skies. As we drove south from Dublin to the “Sunny Southeast” city of Waterford, it was no different. We snaked our way through the wet, but lovely town until we came to a river’s edge. The only way to Waterford Castle was by a 24-hour barge to Little Island. Think moat.
After winding our way along the island for a few minutes with no signs of the castle, we were awed when the 100’s year old stone structure came into sight.
Though I shot photos when the sky cleared later in the evening, I liked this shot for the rhododendron in the foreground, the palm trees to the left and the foreboding sky.