Some photos taken yesterday along the river Barrow just outside Bagenalstown, Co Carlow, Ireland.
The Barrow is the second longest river in Ireland. It is one of three rivers that form the three sisters, the river Suir and the river Nore being the other two. The Barrow is a fantastic river for outdoor adventures. It is a popular river for kayaking and its towpath makes it an ideal location for a cycling and hiking.
Yesterday the river was alive with both wildlife and people. Geese, Ducks and a Heron were hanging out by the weir close to the town. Locals were walking, jogging and cycling along the towpath. The towpath runs alonside the river beneath trees who’s remaining leafs were in wonderful Autumnal colours.