[ Photo Blog #57 ]
Following on from the photographs of my visit to Killarney and the Mulcross Estate, today’s tour is of the Dingle Peninsular, one of the 3 promontories which jut out into the Atlantic Ocean from the south-west coast of Ireland.
Map of South West Ireland showing the Dingle Peninsula
Beach along the southern coast of the Peninsula
Further along the southern coast with a view to the outlying islands
Looking eastwards back towards Dingle
One of the Dingle Peninsula’s many small secluded beaches
The Dingle Peninsula has many dozens of standing stones such as this menhir beside the coast road.
. . . and this menhir further along the coast
The roadside remains of a one-time occupied croft
Dingle Slea Head Crucifix – one of many such roadside shrines
Seagull on the seawall with the Blasket Islands behind
Sea thrift beside the coast road
Roadside wild foxgloves at the south-western end of the peninsula