The Sally Gap, Co Wicklow

The Sally Gap, Co Wicklow - Leinster's Wild Landscape
A remote cross-roads in the Wicklow Mountains, the Sally Gap is often impassable during winter.

The view looks north to Kippure along the Military Road, built by British Army engineers between 1800 and 1809 to gain access from Dublin to the strongholds of insurgent hold-outs after the rebellion of 1798.

Today the Military Road is a scenic route from the city through some of the most beautiful locations of the Garden County.

Autumn Colours on the Avonmore River, Co Wicklow

Also in: Leinster's Wild Landscape

Winter Sunset, Lough Tay, Co Wicklow
Dawn on the River Barrow, Co Carlow
Bective Abbey, Co Meath
Glenmalure in the Mist, Co Wicklow
Daybreak over Lough Sheelin, Co westmeath
Early Morning in the Blackstairs, Co Carlow
Winter Moon at Sunrise, Kippure, Co Wicklow
Clonmacnoise, Co Offaly
The Hook, Co Wexford
Autumn Colours on the Avonmore River, Co Wicklow
Cloughlea, Co Wicklow
St Kevin's Way, Co Wicklow
Daybreak on Lough Ennell, Co Westmeath
Nightwalkers on the Blackstairs, Co Carlow!
Fraughan Rock Glen from Lugnaquilla, Co Wicklow