The Kerry Way - a walker's paradise - but which way??
The word bóthar is now the most commonly used term for road in modern Irish: its diminuative form, bóithrín, (boreen in English) is used for very narrow, rural roads.
Many waterfalls can be seen from The Ring of Kerry. They are particularly attractive after heavy rains.
Kerry Black Faced Sheep are hardy and well suited to mountainous terrain - This lamb is enjoying a rest in a luxurious field by comparision.
Very desiirable pied-à-terre with limited pizza delivery - a small price to pay for peace and tranquility !
The marks on the edges of these pillar stones, found throughout Kerry, are characters from a 25-letter alphabet that was used in fifth-century Ireland.
A beautiful tapestry of autumn colour on The Ring of Kerry.
Black Kerry Cattle grazing in the Knockreer Demesne, Killarney National Park.
Best not to admire the view whilst driving!
Relax, Take it easy Honey!
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