13 Apr 2019


7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Club Outing – Sunset at Lough Tay

Lough Tay is fed by the Cloghoge River and then drains into Lough Dan, located to the south. The beach on the northern side is bright white sand. It was imported by the Guinness family whose estate runs through part of the Lough Tay area. The shape of the lake with the white sand at the top makes it look like a Pint of Guinness! The dark colour of the lake is created as the local rainwater filters through the peat of the surrounding Blanket Bog. The lake is situated on the R759 between the Sally Gap and Roundwood.

Sunset is at 20.20 and we will meet at the car park opposite the lake at 19.30 (

What to bring
1. This is Ireland so suitable clothing is necessary.
2. Aside from your camera bring:
a. Tripod
b. ‘Walkabout’ lens and Wide-angle lens
c. Cable release
d. Filters
e. Enthusiasm.

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St. Brigid’s Girls National School, The Park, Cabinteely, D18 TN66, Dublin

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