|The last remaining natural bridge at Ross, County Clare, Ireland.
|We were looking for birds. The weather was too good (!) for sea birds to be close in, but we saw this red-billed chough,
a type of corvid.
|The working lighthouse at Loop Head near the bridges of Ross.
|The light, which works all the time.
|The old clockwork mechanism that kept the lenses circulating and
signaling from the lighthouse from the 1850s until 1971,
when electricity replaced the mechanism and the Kerosene lamp.