Posts tagged Ireland

Cliffs of Moher.jpg (by Duane Storey)

Cliffs of Moher.jpg (by Duane Storey)

Cliffs of Moher - Ireland (by _ R i c a ® d O _)

Cliffs of Moher - Ireland (by _ R i c a ® d O _)

(via Ireland by ~nacron on deviantART)
Early morning reflection (by xia08)

Early morning reflection (by xia08)

Dunes of Inishowen, Ireland© Dave Johnston for National Geographic

Dunes of Inishowen, Ireland
© Dave Johnston for National Geographic

Inishowen, Ireland© Dave Johnston | National Geographic
O’Brien’s Tower, Cliffs of Moher, County Clare, Ireland (by Vincent Besanceney)

O’Brien’s Tower, Cliffs of Moher, County Clare, Ireland (by Vincent Besanceney)

Lighthouse on the shore (by Tambako the Jaguar)

Lighthouse on the shore (by Tambako the Jaguar)

Moonrise | Baily Lighthouse, Dublin, Ireland©  angus clyne

Moonrise | Baily Lighthouse, Dublin, Ireland
©  angus clyne

Cliffs Of Moher, Ireland© mgst_1x1

Cliffs Of Moher, Ireland
© mgst_1x1

The place where I live (by Gergo Kazsimer)
Clifden Castle (by mimivk)
Cliffs of Moher, Ireland© Ricardo Philippi de los Santos

Cliffs of Moher, Ireland
© Ricardo Philippi de los Santos

Photograph by Jim Richardson, National Geographic
The craggy Cliffs of Moher wrap around the western coast of County Clare, providing a stunning view of the Atlantic Ocean. The rocky cliffs reach 702 feet (214) meters at their highest point and stretch nearly five miles (eight kilometers) across.

Photograph by Jim Richardson, National Geographic

The craggy Cliffs of Moher wrap around the western coast of County Clare, providing a stunning view of the Atlantic Ocean. The rocky cliffs reach 702 feet (214) meters at their highest point and stretch nearly five miles (eight kilometers) across.


Photograph by Sam Abell
The green countryside of County Kerry, Ireland, slowly reclaims a castle near the village of Kilgarvan. Taking its present name from the Irish Cill Garbháin, or Church of St. Garbhan, Kilgarvan rests on the banks of the Roughty River, which flows into Kenmare Bay.

Photograph by Sam Abell

The green countryside of County Kerry, Ireland, slowly reclaims a castle near the village of Kilgarvan. Taking its present name from the Irish Cill Garbháin, or Church of St. Garbhan, Kilgarvan rests on the banks of the Roughty River, which flows into Kenmare Bay.