Roundwood is a village in County Wicklow. It is on the way to the famous Glendalough Way and we decided to stop there one night to visit the latter quietly. We had no idea what to do after having toured the town from end to end (extending along the road), that we we would find this wonderful place, one of the most pleasant surprises of the trip. We walked by a road to do some exercise and enjoy the wonderful Irish green scenery.
We found some raspberries, tasted them and kept walking. It had not even been 10 minutes when suddenly, there was a stone bridge right in front of us that opened up a path to a lake. We were stunned. The water was perfectly still, reflecting the clouds and the sky, the margins filled with vegetation and pink spots occupying large chunks of its surface, and even floating flowers. It was as if we were in the month of April we were in August).