Last weekend.

Near Laragh. County Wicklow.

Ben Taylor writes:

The Glenmacnass Waterfall (Irish: Gleann Log an Easa, meaning “The glen of the hollow of the waterfall”) is a waterfall on the Glenmacnass River and constitutes the beginning of the Glenmacnass valley.

The valley ends near the village of Laragh in County Wicklow and can be easily traversed by the Military Road joining Sally Gap to Laragh. Video shot on DJI Spark and edited in Adobe premiere pro…

In fairness.

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