No water-no life. We are at least 90% water. Almost all life processes began in a water environment and need it to survive. No wonder many photographers have a fascination with water.
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Water and Sky

Reeds, Lough Fea
A little known and hidden waterfall in Carndaisy Glen.
Calm morning-Lough Fea
Setting sun-Lough Fea.
Heathers-Altnaheglish Reservoir.
Killymoon river at Loughry
Mist on Ballinderry river at Cabin Wood
Reflections in water-Loughry
Early autumn-Loughry
Green seaweed-Tyrella
Ballinderry river-near Beetling Mill
Errigal-behind Dunlewy Lough
Glencar and the Swiss Valley-Co.Sligo
‘The Aghla’s’ from Errigal
The Lake-Drum Manor
Girl with red boots-Drum Manor
Lough Fea-autumn morning. Sometimes a straightforward picture is enough to convey a mood-for me this one reflects the character of Lough Fea.
Autumn-Lough Fea
Partial eclipse (20-03-2015). Enough cloud cover to allow a picture or two with a handheld 400mm lens. A solar prominence visible towards top of sun to RHS.
Willows reflected, near St.John’s Point
Swans at Drum, gliding through reflections.
Grey winter day-with reeds-Lough Fea