I was delighted to have the Canon 100D with me that Canon Ireland have lent me. I’m very pleased with the results, it’s a fantastic camera.
The Glass houses were built in 1780 by James O Donnell they are believed to be the oldest restored Glass-house range in Ireland. The hole in the ground you can see in the photo above is the cross-section of what was thought to be a pineapple house from the 1700’s….imagine that pineapples in Ireland in the 1700’s!
There are moorhens nesting in the pond above but I didn’t get to see them. I could go on for a week posting photos…but I’ll run out of blog space! The rest of my photos from the day are here.