Glendalough which translated to English means “The Valley of the two lakes” is an ancient glacial valley in County Wicklow, Ireland. Wicklow is on the eastern side of the country close to County Dublin. It is well renowned for its early medieval monastic settlement which was founded in the 6th century by Saint Kevin and features a 30 metre tall round tower that was build with local Granite.
Glendalough is only 40-60 minutes drive from Dublin and is a great place to go if only here for a short visit.
Visit discover Ireland’s website here to find out all the info here about the trek.
Walk in the footsteps of St.Kevin along the 10 kilometre spink loop around the two lakes of Glendalough.
Glendalough is a glaciated valley in the Wicklow mountains with average heights of around 1500 feet.
Managed to take some photographs while filming at Coolattin House.
Coolattin House is in Síol Éalaigh, Co.Wicklow. Amazing building that seems to be falling in and out of disrepair.
A time lapse that I made whilst on a family break in County Kerry Ireland.
There is one clip added to this video that was shot at the Sally Gap, Co.Wicklow.
This was filmed with a Panasonic G2 using a Hahnel Giga T Pro 2 Intervalometer.
Video feature on the gathering 2013 website, it can be viewed here