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Corrie Lake Coumshingaun
Ireland

The magical setting at Coumshingaun is full of beautiful surprises. When I visited I was presented with a small pond (see image below) with sheep on a rock and a haunting mist all around.  The pond had flowers growing on it.  Quite beautiful but it didn't prepare me for the surprise beyond the ridge.

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