Photos from Kerry (page 2): Dingle peninsula

Dingle peninsula is named after the town of Dingle (Irish: An Daingean or Daingean UÝ Ch˙is, meaning Fort or O'Cuis' Fort). The peninsula known for its amazing coastline (the rugged western most point Slea Head or the very long Inch beach), and is also famous for its prehistoric and early medieval remains such as the Gallarus oratory. See also Page 1 for more photos from Kerry

Annascaul lake

Annascaul lake (Dingle Peninsula)


Waterfall near Annascaul lake

Waterfall near Annascaul lake
(see more waterfalls photos)


Slea Head

Stormy view from Slea Head (Dingle Peninsula)



Slea Head : big waves and indifferent sheeps


Slea Head

near Slea Head : this view is my favorite in the whole country I think



snow ? whipped cream ? no, it's froth, loads of it. The sea was really rough.
neige ? chantilly ? non, c'est de l'écume, beaucoup d'écume. La mer était vraiment démontée.


dunquin dingle peninsula

The same location as above : Dunquin some years before on a more quiet day
(this is where you take the boat to the Blasket islands)


inch beach

Inch beach (Dingle Peninsula)


Inch beach

My girlfriend Florence walking on Inch beach (see a painting from this photo)


sunset inch beach

Sunset from Inch beach (see moresunsets photos)


Gallarus Oratory

Gallarus Oratory (a dry stone structure believed to be an early Christian church)
located on Dingle Peninsula





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