I remember walking to this place and thinking how beautiful everything was. The stone paved walkway that seemed endless, the thick fog and the sounds of seagulls somewhere in the distance.. not a single human around us. At first the light house wasn’t visible at all, in fact we didn’t even know it was there! We just wanted to see where the walkway leads to, it felt like we were walking for miles. As we got closer the structure became more and more visible and it turned out to be some old lighthouse which was built sometime in the 1700s at the tip of Dublin Bay.
What an experience. I think the fact that we didn’t know of its existence made it that much better. #lighthouse#dublinbay#poolbeglighthouse#exploringireland
Looking out of the tent yesterday morning 🍁
Most of the forests I’ve known have all been evergreen, so I’ve never really had a reason to fall in love with Autumn. Getting to spend so much time in Tollymore the past week has been like living in a fairy tale, and I now “get” autumn. Also! I’m not a leave no trace trainer - it’s kinda cool how this walking project has evolved to include so many things, and I’m really excited to see what comes next ♥️