|Looking west towards Ballycotton. The tower is one of Ireland’s Napoleonic-era signal towers. There is a restored
tower near the Old Head of Kinsale. Walked here again on Wednesday 18th Sep 2019.
|Still looking west. Ballycotton is in the distant haze.
|The islands and lighthouse of Ballycotton
|Looking east to Youghal, its lighthouse and the mouth of the Blackwater.
|That old signal tower.
|Bales of straw
|The signal tower again
|Bales of straw in the fields
|Flowers have faded. Now it's all about survival. Get those seeds out there for 2020.
|The sky here is often criss-crossed with jet trails. But Wednesday (18.09.2019) was so fine that the
vapour vanished quickly in the dry atmosphere; the trails didn't last long.
|Nearing the end of the western part.
|Sheep here (and below) graze above the cliffs
|Capel Island, also below, is at the eastern side (where you start the walk)