Downpatrick Head, Ballycastle, County Mayo, Ireland
During a recent visit to Dún Briste sea stack I was fascinated on how the grass & soil is shaped across this headland! I’ve yet seen anything quite like it elsewhere across Ireland. These lumps resemble green mossy turtle shells scattered across the ground When walked across they are surprisingly very spongy & springy.
Whilst curiously checking out these grassy lumps, I was secretly being stalked by ‘The Guardians of Dun Briste’ This beautiful curious sheep had snuck up on me, so I decided to capture her portrait. She then joyfully bounced off across these mossy humps, like a frog hopping across giant Lily pads in a pond
Ireland can be so unusual at times but there’s always joy to be found no matter what you come across