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This image was taken mid October at Lough Caum. Lough Caum is one of two lakes in the Glanteenassig Forest, on the Dingle Peninsula....

Clouds and rain are as typical for Ireland as sheep and Guinness. This photo of the cloudy Caha Mountains on the Beara Peninsula shows that even on rainy days there could be fascinating photo opportunities. And one thing is for sure, there will not be...

The heartland of the Iveragh Peninsula is also known as the Kerry Highlands. In contrast to the Ring of Kerry, which surrounds the peninsula along the coast, it is very tranquil along the mountain ranges and high plains....

Flanked by Purple Mountain to the left and MacGillycuddy Reeks to the right, the Black Lake is located right next to a narrow mountain road that leads over the heights of the Gap of Dunloe....

At the western end of the Black Valley in County Kerry, this ruined cottage sits in a truly gorgeous setting. A narrow pathway winds up the valley and the scenery is backed by some majestic mountains. I took this image in a short break between two...

This image was taken last Friday evening in the Mourne Mountains in County Down....

While driving along the Cooley Mountains one can enjoy wonderful views of the Cooley Peninsula, the Carlingford Lough and the Mourne Mountains beyond the sea inlet....

Mount Errigal is the highest mountain in county Donegal and a widely visible landmark in the northwest corner of Ireland. Depending on lighting conditions the mountain often appears to be snow-covered which is simply of its quartzite top....

Wintertime at Lough Tay in the Wicklow Mountains. Wishing all of you a Merry Christmas!...

I didn't expect very much when I head up to Connor Pass on a September morning as it was misty and cloudy. But the clouds disappeared after a while and revealed great views to the Brandon range on the left and the ocean in front...