13 thoughts on “Drink It In

  1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

    I once dropped my Digital Camera into a lake in Blessington, back in the days when you had to buy Digital Cameras and they were expensive.
    I fished it out and hung it outside the passenger-seat window on the way home. It still works.

    I won’t hear anything bad said about the Blessington Lakes.
    I love that place.

    So many memories, that I could never relate…because this is a site for children.

  2. Spaghetti Hoop

    If there is no algae then it is not eutrophication but a mineral release. Any mining in that area? Report it to the EPA anyway.

  3. Harry

    Hmm! Perhaps someone was distilling locally produced Irish “Creme de Menthe”…. I should have bottled it!

  4. Thepaps

    Lol we must be told…

    The water is processed, tested and deemed drinkable at the end. I don’t know why you’re looking for answers on Broadsheet.

  5. DubLoony

    This is the “before” picture. What comes out of your tap is “after”.
    Lot of engineering, science & plumbing in between to make it potable.

  6. Rafter

    I live on the lakeside, this isn’t normal but then the water table has been really low on the lake recently, you can even see some of the ruins where the land was before they made the lake in 40s, sticking up in places at the moment. Saying that, no idea what that green is, has to have been dumped. Lake is never that colour.

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