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Lough Derg is the largest of the three Shannon lakes and is located in or let‘s say between the counties of Clare, Galway and Tipperary.

The Irish landscape is a true paradise for photographers. To this day the Emerald Isle at the edge of Europe could retain much of it's originality.

At Rest. The harbour in Killala, a small town in north west Co. Mayo, Ireland. by Marion Gal

At Rest. The harbour in Killala, a small town in north west Co. by Marion Gal

Carlow, Ireland ,  the largest dolman (capped grave) in Europe.  Haroldstown Dolmen - Shadowsandstone.com Photography by Ken Williams

one of the main historic sites in Carlow, Ireland and it is the largest dolman (capped grave) in Europe. This is Haroldstown Dolmen.

River Barrow , Leighlinbridge, Ireland

River Barrow in Leighlinbridge and the Tower House. County Carlow by Mike Legris

Upper Lake Glendalough - The Upper Lake Glendalough is a huge draw for landscape photographers. With good reason. I visited this location close to 50 times in search of some really special light to separate my image out from the crowd.

Beautiful Tourist Attractions In Ireland

Beautiful Tourist Attractions in Ireland

La Costa Noroeste via Irlanda Hay Que Visitarla

Kerry is known for its beautiful scenic location with two national parks, outstanding landscapes, picturesque towns and villages and an exceptional coastline.

"I have seen nothing so desolate. Grey floods of water were sweeping everywhere upon the limestone, making at times a wild torrent of the road, which twined continually over low hills and cavities in the rock or passed between a few small fields of potatoes or grass hidden away in corners that had shelter. Whenever the cloud lifted I could see the edge of the sea below me on the right, and the naked ridge of the island above me on the other side." - J.M. Synge, The Aran Islands.

"I have seen nothing so desolate. Grey floods of water were sweeping everywhere upon the limestone, making at times a wild torrent of the road, which twined continually over low hills and cavities in the rock or passed between a few small fields of potatoes or grass hidden away in corners that had shelter. Whenever the cloud lifted I could see the edge of the sea below me on the right, and the naked ridge of the island above me on the other side." - J.M. Synge, The Aran Islands.

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