Dingle is the northernmost of the large peninsulas in county Kerry. It features the famous Slea Head Drive, arguably the most scenic coastal road in Europe (on a sunny day). A visit was long overdue. After all, it’s only a 2 hour drive from Limerick. My better half was under the impression that she was going on a romantic getaway. However, unbeknown to her, she had just signed up for a photographic adventure tour. By the time she realised, it was to late and we were on our way. On arrival, I missed the turnoff for Dingle -unintentionally of course – and headed straight for the Connor Pass.
All images were taken with the X-T1, the 16mm, 23mm, 56mm & 90mm Fujinon lenses.
Connor Pass. View from the Summit
Dunquin Pier, XF 16mm
Dunmore Head, XF 23mm
Dunmore Head & Blasket Islands, XF 23mm
Near Coumeenoole Beach, XF 90mm
Clougher Strand, XF 56mm