Clogher Head Blaskets View by Polly x

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The wonderful view from Clogher Head on the Dingle peninisular looking out towards the Blasket Islands, bathed in sunlight. County Kerry, Ireland.

Canon 5D MkII Lens EF17-40mm f/4L USM @ 17mm


clogher head, dingle, ireland, eire, kerry, blasket islands, seascape, landscape, rocks, mountains, islands, sea


  • timbuckley
    timbuckleyalmost 3 years ago

    What a dramatic photo an I just love an fear marbh

  • Thanks Tim. That’s the only one I know the name of Tim! Do you know the large one on the left and the tiny one in the middle?

    – Polly x

  • timbuckley
    timbuckleyalmost 3 years ago

    the Blasket mor is the big one and inish tiaracht I think the small one that looks like the skellig. I think it was on that headland that David Lean built the village for Ryans Daughter

  • Wonderful, thank you Tim :)

    – Polly x

  • Martina Fagan
    Martina Faganalmost 3 years ago

    Congrats you’ve been featured in Celtic Realm

    Fino & Tina

  • Many thanks Martina, I really appreciate it. Hope all is well in your neck of the woods – no floods here x

    – Polly x

  • Francis1
    Francis1almost 3 years ago

    Cracking Image So Atmospheric Congrats Francis

  • Many thanks Francis, much appreciated :)

    – Polly x

  • Marion Chapman
    Marion Chapmanalmost 3 years ago

    great shot

  • Many thanks Marion, glad you liked it :)

    – Polly x

  • Janette  x
    Janette xalmost 3 years ago

    Love this; got to visit. I love the light in it!

  • Ah, many thanks, it’s on the list! x

    – Polly x

  • Solomon Walker
    Solomon Walkeralmost 3 years ago

    the tones give this one a very dreamy and wonderful look, really superb work here Paulette

  • Thank you so much for taking another look through my work Solo. I don’t do much other than moderating on here these days and I’m losing interest. I’m still creating images and working but I don’t get much out of this site any more and am thinking about calling it a day. We’ll see… :)

    – Polly x

  • Solomon Walker
    Solomon Walkeralmost 3 years ago

    cheers Paulette,
    fully understand your contemplation about the move….I have gone through that consideration a number of times since signing up back in 2008. Alot has happened in three years, and the initial zest to upload, comment and favorite images and art has dwindled…plus, we all start to get pulled in various directions through various obligations…including family, career, creativity, etc.

    For myself, its been the pull to other artistic projects (such as the MODFA), and by offers of collaborations on various creative ventures (online and offline). Then, of course, there is the need to refine your own craft, to experiment, to try new things, etc.

    It certainly takes alot of energy, motivation and persistence to keep working in cyberspace day after day, month after month. Its no picnic, for sure. Just stay true to yourself, and take the path that best suits your frame of mind and aspirations.

  • Julie  White
    Julie Whiteover 2 years ago

    Superb work Polly.

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