Here are a few photos from our 3-day Glacial Geomorphology field trip and mapping project at field camp in and around Connemara and South Mayo, Ireland.
Here is a look down Doolough pass
Here is the group getting ready for a the trek up into the cirque.
Here you can see the prominent moraine which forms a very steep ridge made of glacial till.
Here is a look from on top of the moraine looking back down the hill. The reflection of the mountain in the lake almost appears to be a large gorge. I had a great conversation with some of the students imagining how exactly I would parachute down into the gorge, if it were a gorge.
I like how you can see a tiny little delta forming at the mouth of the stream dumping sediment into Doo Lough.
This last one is of my little friend I met high up on the cirque walls.