The Skelligs are two rocky islands situated about 12 km from the coast of the Ring of Kerry, in the south-west of Ireland. The larger island, Skellig Michael, is famous for its early Christian monastery and examples of stone-built beehive huts. The smaller island, Little Skellig, contains a seabird colony where large numbers of gannets come to breed every year.
A big floppy rose raises its head to the light. Diagonal composition in black and white on a black background.
The Sappers Suspension Bridge; also known as the Wobbly Bridge; crosses the River Conwy near St Michael's Church in Betws-y-Coed; a picturesque village in the heart of Snowdonia; North Wales.
Bad day for al fresco dining at the bistro. Wet weather puts a stop to outdoor activities!