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dingle Tag

During the weekend I hold my last photo workshop of the year and we were able to capture many fascinating sceneries like here at Dunquin Pier. Even though it is already late in the season and the days are relatively short, the Dingle Peninsula is...

The weather on the Dingle Peninsula was mixed yesterday. While the south of the peninsula was covered by dense clouds, the Slieve Mist Mountains and Brandon Mountains hold back the clouds, so that the northern part of the peninsula could enjoy some sunny spells. The photo...

The cover photo of my Ireland 2018 calendar shows a panoramic vista of Clogher Strand and Sybil Head on the Dingle Pensinula (the photo was taken from Clogher Head). Click here for the: Ireland 2018 calendar...

The cover of the autumn/winter edition of the "Spirit of Ireland“ magazine shows my photo of Dunquin Pier on the Dingle peninsula. More information about the “The Spirit of Ireland” magazine: www.thespiritofireland.org www.facebook.com/thespiritofirelandmagazine...

Minard Castle on the Dingle Peninsula sits prominently over a natural storm beach....

A visit to the uninhabited Great Blasket Island is always like journey through time...

Minard Castle is loacted off the beaten track on the Dingle Peninsula beside a beautiful strand and some impressive cliffs. The castle was destroyed by Cromwell's troups and all it's defenders were killed during the bombing. ...

The Great Blasket Island, An Bhlascaod Mhór, is located only around 3 km from the mainland. But the island seems to be infinitely far away from the hustle and bustle of the modern world. ...