Photographer's Note

This photo of the Dingle Peninsula was taken from Caherdaniel, both in County Kerry. This is an area of great natural beauty, especially in the coastal landscapes (altough that is a matter of opinion). The shot was taken in between spells of rain, as the weather was so changeable.
The Dingle Peninsula (Irish: Corca Dhuibhne, sometimes anglicized as Corkaguiney) is the most westerly point of the Republic of Ireland. Corca Dhuibhne, which means "seed or tribe of Duibhne"(an Irish personal name), takes its name from the túath (people, nation) of Corco Dhuibhne who occupied the peninsula in the middle ages and who also held a number of territories in the south and east of County Kerry. The Dingle Peninsula is named after the town of Dingle and is the location of numerous prehistoric and early medieval remains—for example, the Gallarus Oratory in the very west of the peninsula near the village of Ballyferriter. The peninsula exists because of the band of sandstone rock that forms the Slieve Mish mountain range at the neck of the peninsula, in the east, and the unnamed central mountain range further to the west.
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