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    Only a few years ago, the ruins of Dunlough Castle at Three Castle Head were a hidden gem. Nowadays, if you go for a hike over the hills at the north-western tip of the Mizen Peninsula, you will hardly find yourself alone in the open...

    The lighthouse on the Inishowen Peninsula is an important landmark for shipping at the crossing of the North Atlantic to Lough Foyle. On both sides the lighthouse is surrounded by sandy beaches and is an attractive photo spot even in apparently bad weather....

    While it's grey outside now in autumn I think back to the summer and my discovery trips in West Cork. Again and again these led me to the beautiful Dunworley Bay on the Seven Heads Peninsula. The "forgotten" peninsula is located on the Wild Atlantic...

    This pier at Lough Mask is located in a sheltered spot between Big Island and White Island, not far from Clonbur....

    From Mount Gabriel, which is slightly more than 400 metres high, you have a magnificent view over the Roaring Water Bay in the south, the Mizen Peninsula in the west and Sheep's Head and Beara in the north (here in the picture). On the way...

    Paradise is just down the road: Traligagh - the beach of the stones...

    The Monk's Fishing House at the River Cong was built in the 16th century. As the name suggests, it was once used by the monks of the neighbouring abbey for fishing, without being exposed to wind and weather. I had visited this place on my very...

    Cottage far out in the very west of the Mizen Peninsula....

    This photo of Glanworth Bridge was taken a few weeks ago while I was working on the layout of my 2021 Ireland calendar. It made it virtually from the camera directly into the calendar. The medieval bridge has been in use since 1446 and is only...

    Following the heavy rainfalls of recent weeks here in West Cork, the water still makes its way across fields and rocks. In some places there are currently "little waterfalls" to admire....