I’m just started working on the pictures from Ireland so will publish a few here as I go. They are in no particular order.
Below is a shot of the graveyard at the back of the church in the village of Inistioge. Parts of many of the old catholic churches and monasteries around Ireland are just walls from the days when Cromwell came through and decimated them. Bougainvilleas grow amongst the stone walls.
Below are a couple of shots of the cliffs of Kerry – just south of the town of Portmagee. The cliffs are on a working farm and are much less crowded than the better known Cliffs of Moher.
Below: a couple of other shots along the Ring of Kerry.
Below: a picture near Lambs Head. just east of Cahermore.
A park that isn’t really a park is a sheep farm that has a waterfall, a lake, streams and beautiful views (Gleninchaquin Park on the Ring of Beara).