August walk on the lovely Knockadoon Peninsula in East Cork

 August walk on the lovely 

Knockadoon Peninsula in East Cork

The old signal tower over 200 years old.
It was built during the Napoleonic wars in response to the threat of a French invasion. There were 81 such towers with line-of-sight visibility from one to the next. 
Ballycotton Lighthouse, in the hazy distance.

Heading west, ocean to the left, cornfields to the right

Weather-beaten. This old post has been here for a long time

Painted Lady (afaik)

Lots of natural colours

Youghal in the distance across the water, with cornfields ripening, above and below

The Lobster Pot on Knockadoon. If you are relying on this you need to check opening hours before you go.

Rocks, slip and pier

Sail away!

Youghal in the distance.

More on the East Cork area, including what to see and where to eat, here

Two short videos from the walk.