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Tuesday 7 February 2023 Dublin: 8°C
# storm brigid
18 of the best pictures (and 2 videos) from this week's storms
Incredible shots of nature from Ireland’s amateur and professional photographers.

IT WAS ANOTHER week of rain, wind and general misery.

Homes and cars were destroyed, businesses interrupted and everyday life put on hold.

Despite the gloom, many people took the opportunity to capture some of the wonders of nature…or have a bit of fun.

These are some of the best photos and videos sent to TheJournal.ie over the past seven days, many of which we unfortunately didn’t get to publish.

18 of the best pictures (and 2 videos) from this week's storms
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  • Cork

    Source: Niall Carson/PA Wire
  • Cork

    Source: Niall Carson/PA Wire
  • Cork

    Source: Niall Carson/PA Wire
  • Cork

    Source: Niall Carson/PA Wire
  • Cork

    Source: Niall Carson/PA Wire
  • Fenit, County Kerry

    Source: Vivian Wynne Philips via Flickr
  • Fenit, County Kerry

    Source: Vivian Wynne Philips via Flickr
  • Kinsale

    Source: Michael Prior
  • Money

    Source: @AcornBlinds via Twitter
  • Go

    Source: @AcornBlinds via Twitter
  • Buy

    Source: @AcornBlinds via Twitter
  • Pint

    Source: @AcornBlinds via Twitter
  • Dublin Storms - Howth

    Source: Marek Biegalski
  • Dublin Storms - Howth

    Source: Marek Biegalski
  • Dublin Storms - Howth

    Source: Marek Biegalski
  • Dublin Storms - Howth

    Source: Marek Biegalski
  • Dublin Storms - Howth

    Source: Marek Biegalski
  • Dublin Scenes - Howth

    Source: Merek Biegalski

Luckily, nobody was hurt in the making of this video.

(YouTube: Swell Seekers)

In Cork, the swimmers, paddlers and kayakers were out in full force.

(StudioPlusVideo/YouTube)

Read: A sight for sore eyes…Ireland is (almost) rain free

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