Lough Mask is sinking back slowly leaving a creamy-grey sediment on seemingly barren rock. The summer shoreline has been under lake water for months. By March it started to reappear, then drowned a second time under inevitable Spring rains. The levels have dropped back in April and the new profile is taking shape. No great numbers of plovers this year but Seagull island has risen from the lake again, all noisy, feverish whirling. That whitish silty skim is cracking in sunlight, its a moonscape/desert day today…Summer will be here next week, for sure!

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