People in Kerry proudly refer to their county as The Kingdom. And why wouldn’t they? Its landscapes (and seascapes) are truly majestic.
Kerry is not the only Irish Atlantic coastal county endowed with such natural splendour – but it is undoubtedly in a class of its own.
Here we have a golden summer morning as viewed from the coastal village of Ballinskelligs. The unmistakable outline of the Great and Little Skellig is visible through the slightest of summer sea mists.
What a truly stunning location for your daily stroll. Where else, as they say, would you get it?