Towards the Irish Blasket Islands

View at Coumeenoole North near Slea Head, Dingle Peninsula, IrelandView towards the Blasket Islands from a viewpoint at Coumeenoole North near Slea Head, Dingle Peninsula, Ireland.

Our recent trip to Ireland was incredible. We saw more natural beauty in our four and a half days than I’ve seen in a very long time. It will take me a while to go through the 1,743 photos I have of our trip, but I’m looking forward to reliving so many beautiful moments. One photo down, 1,742 more to go. (I promise that I won’t share them all.)

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About satnavandcider

An American expat living in England, exploring the United Kingdom and Europe through five senses and a camera lens.
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13 Responses to Towards the Irish Blasket Islands

  1. Pit says:

    WOW, 1,743 photos! Well, if they’re all as wonderful as this one, please share as many as possible.

  2. Barbara Backer-Gray says:

    Awesome. What are the pink flowers in the foreground called again? I remember them from the coast of Wales.

  3. Shutterbug Sage says:

    Ohmigoodness! This is simply breathtaking! The colors, the composition, the subject. Nicely done! I just want to be in this photo!

  4. John Todaro says:

    Beautiful coast; nicely photographed!

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