18 Photos That Prove Ireland Is Even More Beautiful Dusted With Snow
Snow On Dublin’s Ha’penny Bridge
Nephin Mountain, County Mayo
Portstewart, County Derry
Glendalough, County Wicklow
An idyllic winter view is reflected back in the glass-like surface of a lake in the glacial valley of Glendalough, County Wicklow.
Clonglash, County Donegal
A lone Irish sheep looks out at a sunset over snow-capped mountains in the distance in rural County Donegal.
Slieve Donard Summit, County Down
Mountjoy Square, Dublin
Powdery snowflakes collect on the railings of the Georgian buildings in Dublin’s Mountjoy Square during the heavy snow of January 2010.
The Sally Gap, County Wicklow
Carton House, County Kildare
The Wicklow Mountains
An excursion to the top of the Wicklow Mountains on a sunny winter’s day affords spectacular views for miles.
Mount Errigal, County Donegal
Salthill, County Galway
The diving pier in Salthill, Galway, on an icy day probably not suited to swimming – but perfect for photography.
The Royal Canal, County Kildare
An iced-over point on the Royal Canal walking trail in County Kildare, surrounded by a frosty winter landscape.
Dún Laoghaire, County Dublin
The pier in the coastal Dublin suburb of Dún Laoghaire – a local’s favourite for a summer evening walk – is just as beautiful in winter.
A horse grazes in the midst of a peaceful wintry scene in the countryside of County Tipperary.
Castlewellan, County Down
St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin
The much-loved St. Stephen’s Green in Dublin draws crowds in summer, but here, all is quiet, with snow in the trees.
Sneem, County Kerry
The River Sneem in County Kerry is flanked by frost-tipped pines, with a snow-topped mountain range in the background.