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"Clogher Cove" ~ Sybil Head and the triple peaks known as the Three Sisters appear beyond the cove at An Drum, as viewed from near Clogher Head. The small white specks on the peninsula are sheep, while the larger specks in the distance are houses. This multi-frame stitched photo has an aggregate size of 48 megapixels.
"End of the Road" ~ Rough seas at the end of the road at Coumeenoole Beach on the Dingle Peninsula. A seal was spotted swimming in the rolling surf moments before.
This multi-frame stitched photo has an aggregate size of 48 megapixels.
“Slea Head Crucifix” ~ A major landmark along the Slea Head Drive is this Crucifix at Slea Head (Ceann Sléibhe in Irish). It marks the boundary between two Church Parishes – Dingle Town Parish & the Parish of Ballyferriter – and has been named the "Cornerstone of the Peninsula". Funded by an Irish-American Lawyer who was a relative of a local priest, the Crucifix was erected at the site Pre-1960's.