On Béal Bán Beach (White Mouth), Ballyferriter, near Dingle, in the South West Of Ireland, Storm Dennis was beginning to ease, though still pretty fierce, with wild squalls arising frequently. In the above photo, Mount Brandon enjoys a few fleeting patches of sunlight.
This is a relatively sheltered bay, while above, the humpy, lumpy mountainous shapes on the horizon are actually huge ocean swells.
The rock in these two photos is known as Carraig Dubh (Black Rock).
And then came the rainbow. I waited in my van for a heavy shower to pass, and hoped for a rainbow. I nearly missed it – it was so fleeting.
When I was a child, I was told that if I found the end of a rainbow there would be a pot of gold there. I frequently see complete rainbows with both ends in Kerry, but no gold! I once drove into the end of a rainbow on a motorway. It disintegrated as I approached. I had a lottery ticket already purchased for that evening’s draw. I thought surely………. no such luck!
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