Stunning views of South Tipp in the fog

Contribution from our readers

Stunning views of South Tipp in the fog

Picture of Snow on Galtybeg and Galtymore

You pull the curtains on Saturday morning and there's a cold lingering fog that's forecast to stay for the day.

You climb above 300m and......

 

First picture was taken by Gerard Sheehy and is of Slievenamon and the Comeragh's taken from Crohan West, above Goatenbridge.

 

 

Second is the Trig stone on the County High Point of Waterford (Knockmealdown) looking towards the 'dark' Sugarloaf, which towers above The Vee, and in the distance The Galty's with the County High Point of Tipperary and Limerick - Galtymore. Also from Gerard Sheehy.

Adam Bending sent us this great comparison photograph (below) from the Holy Year Cross above Clonmel. How the town was hidden in dense fog last Saturday morning (November 26) compared to a sunny, summer day!

Our main photo with this story shows the snow on Galtybeg and Galtymore and was taken by John McNamara.

Thanks for all your contributions! We are really enjoying the stunning photographs. If you would like to send us your nature photographs email them to the editor mheverin@nationalist.ie