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View from Cuas na n..

The wild Atlantic coastline, viewed from Cosán na nEighe, Ballyferriter. The Thr..

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Cuas na nEighe, with Sybil Head on a warm sunny evening.

The Three Sisters 3..

From Cuas ne nEighe, Ballyferriter, with the Three Sisters in the distance.

Cuas na nEighe, Bal..

A lively sea at this beautiful spot - Cuas na nEighe, close to Clogher Beach, Ba..

Cuas na nEighe, Bal..

ORIGINAL SOLD BUT PRINTS AVAILABLE. Beautiful secluded corner of the coast of Ba..

Ferriter's Cove 729..

A man is fishing from the rocks in Ferriter's Cove. Mount Brandon is in the back..

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Mount Brandon at Cuas on a January day.

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Cuas, by Mount Brandon, next to Brandon Creek, on a November afternoon as the su..

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Cuas, by Mount Brandon, next to Brandon Creek

Just Before the Rai..

This photo was taken just minutes before a beautiful rainbow appeared 

Cuas na nEighe

Ferriter's Cove, Ballyferriter, from Cuas na nEighe. When the sea is rough it ca..

Wildflowers at Cuas..

Close to Mount Brandon and Brandon Creek.

Cuas na naEighe, on..

View from Cuas na nEighe, with the Three Sisters in the distance, on a stormy da..

Mount Brandon

Mount Brandon, snow covered, from Brandon Creek

At Brandon Creek 27..

The river that runs into Brandon Creek, Cuas.

Rocks and Sea

At Cuas na nEighe, in Ferriter's Cove, with Inis Tuaisceart in the Distance, Din..

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Cuas, Beara Peninsula, West County Cork. Limited edition, one size only.

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Cuas, Beara Peninsula, West County Cork. 

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Cuas, Beara Peninsula, West County Cork. 

The Three Sisters f..

The Three Sisters and Ballydavid Head from Cuas na nEighe, Ballyferriter.

View from Mount Bra..

Mount Brandon is the highest mountain on the Dingle Peninsula

Waves on the Rocks ..

At the mouth of Brandon Creek, from where St. Brendan is believed to have set sa..

Dingle Peninsula Co..

Cuas na nEighe, with a turbulent sea and The Three Sisters in view.

Mount Brandon, Dece..

Mount Brandon, snow covered, Dingle Peninsula.

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