Ireland: Kerins Hole — 5 Comments

  1. That walkway! I saw it and was like, oh no! That’s slippery! I’ve walked on rocks and concrete paths that are covered in the green slime and I know exactly how deadly that is.

    Such a pretty dog! I love goldens! (I feel like I’ve said that a lot lately)

    That is a very rocky beach. And I think that is some sort of wild carrot. It looks like a kind that grows around here.

    I had no idea lichen loving was a thing. I’ve seriously never thought about it, though I’ve seen it plenty on trees and rocks.

    You’re like me! Here’s some flowers, no idea what they’re called!

    Wow, that’s a lot of barnacles and mussels. It looks like you had a good day. 😀 I love nature spots.

    • Ack, just saw your comment! Yes, the walkway was quite slippery. I definitely chose the right path, taking the rocks instead. Goldens are wonderful–we used to have one and she helped raise me from the moment I was born. Such a sweet dog. Ah, a wild carrot! That would make sense. The lichen is a thing because someone I know from college studies lichens–he’s fascinated by them. So I took a picture of it for him. It’s really amazing, actually, once you study it for a bit! Haha, when I wrote the descriptions for those flowers I was thinking of your post of “I have no idea what they are but these flowers are pretty.” It was a wonderful day–I love the ocean so being right there, walking along the beach and around the mussel/barnacle beds was awesome.