Kings Channel … Waterford, Ireland


Kings Channel, River Suir, Waterford, Ireland


Three years ago this spring we spent three lovely weeks visiting breathtaking Southern Ireland.

I long to return but in the meantime must satisfy myself with memories (and the captivating photography of two Irish bloggers I follow.)

We spent two nights at the idyllic and beautiful Waterford Castle which is situated on its own island in the middle of the River Suir.

The Path

Both days I walked along the bank of the river to get my early morning exercise and brought my camera along to capture the experience.

These images are of the King’s Channel running along the south bank of the island.

River Light

Thanks for visiting,

Dorothy 🙂


©Dorothy Chiotti, Aimwell CreativeWorks 2014

For captivating images and stories of Ireland I recommend the following blogs:

Nigel Borrington


9 thoughts on “Kings Channel … Waterford, Ireland

    • It was a beautiful spot. As far as I know it wasn’t haunted but these old places are filled with atmosphere and it’s always fun to discover their history. The dining room at Waterford is magnificent! … We stayed in three castles when we visited Ireland and I highly recommend the experience. 🙂

      • No, I organized it myself. It’s easy to google castle hotels in Ireland. We stayed at Ashford, Waterford and Dromoland. Often they have special packages and there’s lots to do. At Ashford you can ride at their equestrian centre and try your hand at falconry. You can also go for a boat ride on Loch Corrib or play their championship golf course. The lovely village of Cong right next door is a lovely spot for a wander.

      • Wow, oh my, my kids would love that..sounds truly amazing! We can only really travel locally due to my back, i am hoping i can go further afield, Ireland might be a possibility, my husband is an Irish wannabe LOL

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