I’ve been following A SILVER VOICE FROM IRELAND for quite a while. This blogger does an amazing job of bringing me to Ireland on a regular basis. This post might convince you to come to Ireland!
Steep cliffs, crashing, foaming waves, sandy beaches, misty islands, craggy rocks – the jewel in the crown of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way is without question the dramatic and breathtaking Slea Head Drive on the Dingle Peninsula,in County Kerry,in the south-west of Ireland. The Wild Atlantic Way, where the power and might of the Atlantic Ocean dashes against the west coast of Ireland, stretches some 2,500 kilometres along the Atlantic coast,from my own beloved Donegal in the north-west to the beautiful Kinsale Harbour on the south coast.
Places elevate the heart, but Dingle makes an imprint on the soul
These snaps were taken last week on a very joyful trip back to this extraordinarily special place.Gulls are a big feature of the peninsula!
The road snakes perilously along the cliff, even crossing a stream at one point,
Even on the calmest of days, the power of the sea is evident.
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