Many a tourist can be taken by surprise when a bigger than expected wave crashes..
A woman stands enthralled at the sight of the big breakers at Coumeenole Beach.
A backdrop of the Blasket Islands behind the lumpy waves on Coumeenole (Couminol..
The famous Skellig Rocks can be seen from Coumeenole (Couminole) Beach.
The incoming waves look like lace, Coumeenole (Couminole) Beach.
November fun for two young children, on Coumeenole (Couminole) Beach.
The light shining through the wind blown spray from a breaker on Coumeenole (Cou..
ORIGINAL SOLD. From Ballyickeen, Dún Chaoín. The Tiaracht island of the Blasket ..
On a December day, walking up Mount Eagle.
On a December day, walking up Mount Eagle, the atmosphere is misty and creates a..
View from Mount Eagle on a December day, the atmosphere is misty and creates a s..
View of Dunquin and Inis Tuaisceart (AKA Sleeping Giant) from Mount Eagle on a D..
View of Dunquin from Mount Eagle on a December day.
Once a holiday home, now left to nature. The house originally belonged to Monsig..
In the landscape of Dunquin, with spectacular views, this old cottage, once a ho..
The movie Ryan's daughter 1970, was shot here in the spectacular landscape of Du..
Dunmore Head, on the wonderful Slea Head Drive.
View from Mount Eagle over the patchwork of fields and houses of Dunquin.
View from Mount Eagle over Dunquin.
View from Mount Eagle over Dunquin. Inis Tuaisceart (aka The Sleeping Giant), on..
An old timber holiday home, once loved, now slowly decaying. The house originall..
The remains of the schoolhouse, Kirrary National School, built for the movie Ry..
On a January afternoon
Lively sea at Clogher Beach on a January afternoon
Photo from the ascent of Mount Eagle,
The remnants of the old schoolhouse at Cill Gobnait, Dunquin from the movie Ryan..
Couminole, (Coumeenoole), Dunquin.
A sea mist approaching Dunquin, Dingle Peninsula.
Round beehive buildings, Fahan Group, Dunquin, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry. A..
The sun setting at Dunquin, County Kerry.
Coast of Dún Chaoin, Dingle Peninsula, with view of Blasket Islands
The pier at Dunquin from where the ferries run to Great Blasket Island.
The Island of Inis Tuaisceart is silhouetted against the warm light of the sunse..
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