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Frozen Lough Lannagh
1, Jan 2011 - 12:31

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Lough Lannagh path along the shoreline


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Croagh Patrick in the distance beyond the frozen lake


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Black headed gull with winter headphones to keep its ears warm.


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The Reek - a real sugar loaf.


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The snow was deep


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White white white


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Mallard having a bit of bother dealing with the ice


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How long before we see a frozen Lough Lannagh again?


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Crunchy snow underfoot it was pleasant to walk along the lake path


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A small patch of open water remained on 22 Dec - the birds congregated


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Confused Moorhens


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It's rare that we see large pine trees so white with snow and frost


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The diving board


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Swans on the shore - white on white


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Lots of photographers walking the path and capturing the beauty of the scene


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Open water near the stream's confluence with the lake at the edge of the car park.


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Not quite completely frozen.


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Robin at the car park - Christmas card scenes everywhere


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The stream at the car park.


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No sitting around today


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Swans, ice, reek



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