The day after Storm Ophelia - hard to believe the difference. It was a stunning ..
It was a stunning day at Ballinrannig, Ballyferriter, Dingle Peninsula, the day ..
Black and white image of woodland scene in Courtown
The large tree trunk wedged between the rocks serves as a reminder of the winter..
Activities are moving more off shore nowadays
Beach walking is still a favourite activity, in spite of the coastal erosion.
Skies are often dramatic and interesting on Irish beaches
Sailing has become a popular sport at Courtown now.
The old water pump has remained in this old style terraced street
On the beach at Courtown. The remnants of trees uprooted by coastal erosion rema..
On the beach at Courtown.
On the beach at Courtown. Coastal erosion has destroyed much of the beach and pu..
Graffiti on this storm felled tree on the beach echoes my thoughts about transie..
On the beach at Feothanach on a January day.
This beautiful beach is closest to Ballyferriter village.
Only playing! This beautiful beach is closest to Ballyferriter village. A naval ..
Mount Brandon in view of Béal Bán Beach
Dramatic weather on Béal Bán
Irish naval ship off the Kerry coast.
Traditional cottages beside the Beach. A great view from them!
Colourful traditional cottages beside the Beach.
The village as seen from the beach
Ballyheigue winter weather
Dramatic Ballyheigue winter weather
On the beach at low tide
Soft evening light.
Sea waves on Fermoyle Beach
Achill Island with the warm colours of sunset
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