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Photos: Here are some snow-capped snaps of Ireland

Because they’re a bit of fun.

Updated Jan 25th 2021, 6:08 PM

THERE SEEMS LITTLE to be excited about at the moment, so we’ll take delight in the small things all around us – and a novel bit of weather.

Here are some photos taken today and yesterday, of Ireland in the snow and sub-zero temperatures. If you have some photos of your own you’d like to share, send them our way: tips@thejournal.ie

Let’s start with these two very, very brave women.

winter-weather-jan-24th-2021 Two women prepare to enter the Irish Sea off Bull Wall in Dublin yesterday. Source: PA

1611594628076 Cookie enjoying his work in Abbeyleix yesterday Source: Mairead Gleeson

IMG_6744 (1) A family of snowmen taking in the views of St Anne's Park in Dublin Source: Laura Mullery

default People’s Park Dun Laoghaire Source: Gary Murray

Esg6LgvXIAIaVnP Source: Bren Whelan/Donegal Climbing

Esg6Lg4XAAATRP- Source: Bren Whelan/Donegal Climbing

IMG_20210124_112512 A winter walk behind Croagh Patrick, Westport, Co Mayo. Source: Cathleen Fergus

winter-weather-jan-24th-2021 Fields in Rossmore, Co Carlow. Source: PA

IMG_0105 Coom, Co Cork. Source: Willie McCarthy

unnamed The view from Ballyheigue, Co Kerry of Tralee Bay and Stack's Mountains. Source: Cathriona Murphy

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image1 Lacken, Co Wicklow. Source: Carol Balfe

winter-weather-jan-24th-2021 A man sits on a bench as snow falls on Bull Wall. Source: PA

Okay, these next two aren’t of snow, but are stunning photos. They were taken this morning, too so there is bound to be some frost somewhere…

102 Sandymount Sunrise The sun rises over Dublin Bay at Sandymount. Source: RollingNews.ie

173 Sandymount Sunrise Source: Sasko Lazarov/RollingNews.ie

Incidentally, if you like taking snaps, it may be worth taking part in RTÉ’s Eye On Nature wildlife photography competition. The aim is to showcase ‘the beauty of the wildlife in the Irish landscape’, and the deadline is 5 February. More details can be found here.

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