Our first morning in Ireland. I was too exhausted to get up for the sunrise, so I enjoyed a lie in for a change. Just before we left our B&B in Schull I discovered this old shed. I just loved it too much. It compensated for the spectacular sunrise colours that I missed.
Crookhaven is the most southwestern point in Ireland. It is a quaint little village whose winter population of about forty swells in the summer to about four hundred. Thankfully we missed the holiday wave and could enjoy the quiet wander around the harbour.