County Wicklow in autumn is utterly beguiling. The deciduous woodlands are thickly carpeted with brilliantly coloured leaf litter and overhead, the unfallen leaves flame red, orange and yellow. Deer rut on the vast swathes of empty moorland and bright red berries abound on rowan trees dotting the mountainsides clothed in the russet shades of the season.
Filmed in 4k video and featuring stunning timelapse sequences and drone footage, we think this short film depicts just why Wicklow is dubbed The Garden of Ireland.
Places featured include Glendalough, Lough Tay, Powerscourt, Devil’s Glen, Glenmacnass, Cloughlea and the Vale of Clara.