I used to go to Ireland fairly regularly, to the south, it’s a beautiful country full of fluid light. Lough Derg is a huge body of water in the west of Ireland on the borders of Tipperary, Galway and County Clare. We went to hunt for the huge chestnut-toned Shannon Pike. We didn’t catch many, but we I did capture some other things including this. The one thing that never ceased to amaze me was the weather, from bright sunlight, to gales, to hail, to rain the size of gobstoppers, all in a matter of a few hours as the huge autumn storm systems spin in from the Atlantic carrying their heat and water, and with them they bring the most spectacular changing light. Derg is a mystical place, there’s a feeling of age to the depths of the water, like a crack in time.
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