We made two stops on our fourth day in Ireland -- Glendalough and Waterford -- before arriving in Cork for the night.
monastic settlement that dates back to the sixth century. I was initially drawn to wildflowers like these foxgloves rather than the old structures. I do need to start remembering to shoo away flies when taking these pictures, though.
Fuchsia, which apparently came to Ireland from South America.
St. Kevin's Kitchen, I still managed to sneak a wildflower in the shot. Thanks to Danelle for actually suggesting this composition.
The Round Tower stands about a hundred feet high. Its top story has four windows facing the main compass points.
Waterford Crystal Factory. All the handcrafting that goes into producing each piece was impressive even to Zak and Taryn.