Irish weather can be a fickle creature. It’s not that unusual to experience sunshine and rain together in the one place at the same time – particularly in the summer. But to witness a fleeting rainbow over a sunlit Neolithic monument estimated to be at least 5,000 years old was a bit special. Poulnabrone Dolmen in the Burren in County …
Bettystown Beach has never looked as good since cars were banned last year. This image is the best argument ever for making that ban permanent. Now all we need is a dependable supply of good warm sunshine to ensure that our beach visitors can enjoy many more days like this one.
Linda Brunker’s ‘Voyager’ has stood up to all kinds of weather on the seafront at Laytown, County Meath. What’s one more storm?
A plane on approach to the main runway at Dublin Airport in poor weather conditions.