Sketchbook Studies from Bolus Head and Inny Strand

On a gloriously sunny day I climbed to the top of Bolus Head.  It was so clear I could see all the way to the Blasket Islands and the Skelligs were defiantly standing guard over the Peninsular.  It took nearly two hours to get up there and included climbing over gates, barbed wire fences and stone walls despite the fact that it is a signposted walk.  But the view was amazing, again, and I sat there for most of the day drawing having, on this occasion, gone well-prepared with smoked salmon soda bread sandwiches, grapes and a bottle of water.  Bliss.   The following day I went back to Inny Strand which I had been promising to do ever since I arrived.  Miles and miles of empty sand stretching away towards a gently rippling sea and the hills, hazy in the distance.

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