The Wicklow mountains in the South-East of Ireland are one of the precious few areas of the country still communicating untouched and lonesome nature. Ireland is touristic, and so this area is a welcome alternation to other sights and landscapes, where either visitors or power poles seem inevitable. The panorama was therefore no problem to be taken - no other car interfered the multi-frame session lasting several minutes. Not without cause Wicklow is called "Garden of Ireland".
Please also check in the Picture of the month section - 01/2006