An Irish Summer

During the summer I took a lot of photographs, especially when we went out to the coast. The fact that it really was a beautiful summer in Ireland this year made taking pictures all the more enjoyable.
These pictures are probably the pic of the bunch. Organised in chronological order they show the beautiful Derrynane Bay in Kerry where I spent many’s a summer with my family, Brittas Bay where I also spent many summers in my grandmother’s mobile home, and also around my grandfathers house just outside of Waterville in Kerr also.

The scenery in Kerry is some of the finest in Ireland, and some would argue, the most spectacular in the world. It certainly looks like that now from where I’m sitting now, right next to a busy multi-laned Suwon street with subway construction running down the centre of it.

Anyway, please enjoy these pictures and let me know what you think.

LifesaverMid bouleCastles in the sandI remember playing in this very rockpoolWatching the strandThe pier at Derrynane.
Looking out on Balinaskelligs Bay, Co. Kerry.The long straight road down to Waterville.Playing in the seaDrip dryingWatching the sea happilyMobile home evening
The white tideRuined view of the SkelligsThe tide out and the riverThe grass in the dunes.And clouds and wind on the otherWith blue sky on one side
Through the dunes it leadsFrom the dunes there is a path down to the seaStrollingWalking out with the tide 2Walking out with the tide 1Caravans by the river

An Irish Summer, a set on Flickr.

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